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November 9, 2012

Game-Winning Wardens

One of the toughest ways to earn a living in the outdoors is as a wildlife agency game warden or conservation officer. Poacher Tracking A combination of a convenience store surveillance video and good old- fashioned detective work led to the arrest and conviction of a pair of Wyoming mule deer poachers. While the videotape

Show me the bucks!

Every time I get on Facebook or open up my email, I’m seeing photos of hunters who have shot an incredible buck. It’s Nov. 9 and I’ve seen two good bucks. The first was about a week ago when I was in the stand around 10 in the morning.  Not long after I’d made a

2012 Youth Deer Hunt Weekend Results for New Hampshire

CONCORD, N.H. — Preliminary reports show that young hunters succeeded in harvesting 359 deer during the 2012 Youth Deer Hunt Weekend in New Hampshire, which took place on October 27-28. This year’s preliminary youth hunt total is below the final 2011 total of 475 deer for the weekend, but only slightly down from the preliminary

Atlantic Herring closure in effect for Area 1A

ATLANTIC HERRING CLOSURE IN EFFECT FOR AREA 1A DURHAM, N.H. — Commercial fishermen are prohibited from landing Atlantic herring taken from Management Area 1A, because herring harvesters reached the projected 95% of allowable harvest quota for the period. The closure went into effect at noon on Monday, November 5, 2012, and will remain in effect

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