With few exceptions, for most of us, the rut is our best chance of tagging a nice buck.
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A growing and determined group of hunters in Illinois is borrowing strategy from a national waterfowl organization as part of an attempt to resurrect the state’s slumping deer herd.
Don’t let that word “northern” fool you when it comes to deer hunting in New York’s Northern Zone.
A year ago, youth waterfowl hunters and those adults with them drove to lakes and marshes for the one-day youth hunt with air conditioners cooling them prior to arrival at their destinations
Ohio’s waterfowl hunting zones were simplified for waterfowl hunters after the 2014-2015 season dates and bag limits were approved by the Ohio Wildlife Council on Wednesday, Aug. 20.
Legislature votes in favor of science-based wild game management
Despite a tough winter on Michigan’s deer herd throughout the state, bowhunters can anticipate similar conditions as last year in most regions when the archery season opens Oct. 1.
PGC to implement a remote certification class by winter
Pressured by an ever-growing number of wolf advocates wishing to increase the state’s population goal to at least 500 animals this fall,
Holders of lifetime hunting licenses anxiously awaited their 2014-15 tags earlier this month after a delay in mailing out the tags.
Draw weight limit headache for retailers and hunters
When it comes to waterfowling participation by Minnesota tribal members, things are much the same as that of their state-licensed counterparts
Pheasant indices in both South Dakota and Iowa took dramatic jumps from last year, but remain well below longer-term averages.
With an ever-swelling quiver of weaponry being made available, Ohio’s deer hunters will have unparalleled options this year.
A divided board of Pennsylvania game commissioners recently took another step toward conducting a fawn mortality/predator study their staff has said is not needed.
Last year, after about 100 years of requiring waterfowlers to conceal themselves in emergent vegetation when hunting on public waters, the DNR allowed hunters on some waters to hunt among the open seas.
This upcoming season and the next are not necessarily the end of things as we have come to know them, but duck and goose hunting could look different in 2016-17.
A year into the study on how coyote pressure affects deer behavior, hunters and wildlife watchers around the country are patiently waiting to learn what may already be known.
When Wisconsin’s early teal season opens at 9 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 1, the state will make a bit of history with this first-of-a-kind season.
Wisconsin’s 2014 60-day duck season comes with a six-duck-per-day bag limit – as expected – but was close to losing the 9 a.m. season start on opening day in favor of shooting hours of 30 minutes before sunrise.
System problems halt DMP process to address snags
The fall hunting seasons are rapidly approaching and it’s time to prepare. Often overlooked, however, is making sure your dog is ready for the hunt.
Off-duty wildlife officer says it indeed was a bigger cat
Michigan bear hunters can expect a season similar to last year, according to state game managers
Some are calling it the working man’s elk tag.
Roughly 42 percent of Illinois deer hunters would like to see a one-buck limit, while well over half favor a two-buck limit during the regular Illinois deer seasons.