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Sportsmen Since 1967

August 27, 2012

Coastal archery deer hunt opportunities available

Numerous opportunities exist on approximately 387,000 acres of wildlife management areas (WMA) all along the coast for the archer looking to harvest a deer this fall. Along the upper half of the coast in Horry County, Lewis Ocean Bay Heritage Preserve Wildlife Management Area (HP/WMA), Waccamaw River HP/WMA, and Little Pee Dee HP River Complex

Training your Dog to Hunt Dead Birds

One of the most frustrating scenarios in pheasant hunting is crippling a bird, then not being able to locate it for the retrieve. Who among us hasn’t spent an hour beating the grass where we “know it went down?” I have a pretty solid retrieving German shorthair, but there is room for improving her ability

Fall chinook fishing on Snake River begins Sept. 1

ENTERPRISE, Ore. – For the third year in a row, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will open the upper Snake River for fall chinook fishing. The season will open on Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012. The river will be open from the Oregon-Washington border to the deadline below Hells Canyon Dam and will remain

Dove hunters will again have a million acres more to hunt

PHOENIX – For the second year, dove hunters have access to approximately a million more acres of open uninhabited lands within municipal boundaries, advises the Arizona Game and Fish Department. “This is a great opportunity for families to hunt closer to home and for youth especially to connect with nature,” said Jim Paxon, chief public

Idaho's Panhandle Region Fishing Report August 27, 2012

Updated:This report highlights a few of the best places to fish, what anglers are using and what they are catching. The information is compiled from regional Fish and Game fishery managers, local tackle shops and anglers. Lake Coeur d’Alene: Kokanee are becoming more abundant and smallmouth bass are going strong on the lake.  Anglers recommend

Crayfish catching days remembered

When my son Lee, now 40, was nine years old he and a friend would often go to down to the Choconut Creek on hot summer afternoons to catch crayfish. The water was ankle deep and the two boys would spend hours overturning rocks and netting the scuttling crawdads. Sometimes we’d use them for bait

At home on the small streams

I’ve never been seen as a patient guy, and Paula would be the first to tell you that, especially when I’m in work mode, where my general attitude is clear the track and stay out of my way. So it’s kind of surprising – and even Paula will admit this – how patient I am

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