Tuesday, March 21st, 2023
Tuesday, March 21st, 2023

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July 30, 2012

Mt Jefferson Rocky Mountain goat population grows

BEND, Ore.—ODFW and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs (CTWSRO) released Rocky Mountain goats at the base of Mt Jefferson last week. A total of 24 Rocky Mountain goats (14 nannies, one adult billy, six yearling nannies, two female kids and one male kid) were captured in the Elkhorn Mountains in Baker County and released

Why hunt wolves?

I was sitting around with some friends recently and the conversation circled around to the first modern Minnesota wolf hunt, which is to take place this fall and winter in the state. Why would anyone want to hunt a wolf? Do you eat them? Are they a menace? With so many people responding to the

Sportsmen await governor's decision

As I write this, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has yet to make the call on legislation that would extend crossbow use – but only in the regular firearms and late muzzleloader deer seasons – in New York and, at the same time, quash DEC’s proposal for a three-day youth deer hunt for 14- and 15-year olds

What's your line?

The opening scene from Meredith Wilson’s musical “The Music Man” begins with a group of traveling salesmen asking about Harold Hill’s line of work. “What’s his line, what’s his line?” the first group asks. “Doesn’t worry about his line, doesn’t worry about his line,” the others reply. Fishermen, however, especially serious ones, do worry about

Wisconsin Deer Management

Maybe we – outdoors writers and media – should take some of the responsibility for there being so much angst swarming around Wisconsin’s deer hunting and managing issues, especially during the last decade. Seems it’s just too difficult for a writer to be unbiased when it comes to deer hunting (management), just as it probably

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