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Thursday, November 30th, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

March 16, 2017

Pennsylvania hunting license digest booklets going away

Harrisburg — The Pennsylvania Game Commission is looking to get out of – or at least scale back its participation in – the printing business. Specially, it is no longer going to print hunting digests like it once did. Right now, of course, every hunter and trapper who buys a hunting or furtaking license gets

Typical buck may establish new crossbow record [Photo]

  Allegan, Mich. — A typical 10-point white-tailed buck taken here could be a new state record for crossbows. Allegan County resident Trent Smith shot the potential state record typical crossbow buck on Oct. 22 in Allegan County. The buck’s 10-point rack had a net score of 1737⁄8 when scored by a Commemorative Bucks of

Chronic wasting disease found in mid-Michigan deer ranch

Lansing, Mich. — A pair of 3.5-year-old white-tailed does from a high-fence deer hunting ranch in mid-Michigan’s Mecosta County recently tested positive for chronic wasting disease. CWD is an always fatal neurological disease that affects cervids including deer, elk, and moose. This is the second time the disease has been found in a farmed deer

Hunters pass on yearlings, go for older bucks, report says

Athens, Ga. — U.S. whitetail hunters took more mature bucks than 1½-year-old or “yearling” bucks for the second consecutive year – and the second year ever in modern history – according to data compiled by the Quality Deer Management Association for its 2017 Whitetail Report, now available online. In the 2015-16 hunting season, the most

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