A Shiawassee County man faces a slew of theft, drug, and poaching charges after police officers recently searched his Owosso Township home.
Hunting Top Story
Sixteen-year-old William “Will” Finkler enjoyed a week of hunting success last month that he likely will never come close to matching.
Muzzleloader deer kill up 15 percent
Ag Department to test ‘Pink 23’
Chronic wasting disease was little more than background buzz for most hunters preparing for the first day of the firearms season
Although the number of deer taken during the first weekend of gun season far eclipsed last year’s total, few of those taken during the hunt were considered “trophy” bucks.
What becomes of the state’s new crossbow season is anybody’s guess. But right now, all focus remains on the 2012 calendar.
With wolves and cougars confirmed inside Illinois’ borders, Ron Mulholland said he thought it was possible the trio of what appeared to be elk that showed up while he was bowhunting for deer were wild.
A Washington County man went turkey hunting Nov. 10 and came home with two trophy bucks he found locked together.
Pa.-killed deer can’t be transported back into New York
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The first legislative hurdle to a modern wolf hunting and trapping season in Michigan was cleared earlier this month when Senate Bill 1350 was passed out of the Senate Committee on Natural Resources
A second Pennsylvania deer has been found to have had chronic wasting disease.
The discovery this fall of chronic wasting disease in two deer on a game farm in southeastern Pennsylvania has hunters wondering what to do
Hunters during the first part of the firearms season killed about 134,000 whitetails, which is about 6 percent below what they had killed at the same time last year.
The state’s first-ever regulated wolf-hunting season is in the bag. And so are 147 of the canines.
Hunters in Adams/York counties plan to hunt deer; Statewide sample collection to continue
Michigan does not require deer hunters to wear a backtag.
Focus shifts to cleanup, survival in NYC/L.I. area
No positives so far in CWD testing
Chronic wasting disease is now within Pennsylvania’s borders. With CWD already in New York, Maryland and West Virginia, Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl Roe shared his concern with me last Monday.
Most Michigan deer hunters are well aware that epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) has reared its ugly head at historic levels in Michigan this year.
The potential impact of Pennsylvania’s first confirmed case of chronic wasting disease in a captive deer continues to grow. At this issue’s deadline, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture had placed quarantines on 20 deer farms.
Game Commission check station will be open on Sundays during two-week firearms deer seasonGame Commission check station will be open on Sundays during two-week firearms deer season
East-Central Zone already closed
When Alan Harn waltzed onto forested Fulton County property in 1962 and quietly took a seat, there was no inclination that he’d still be sitting there 50 years later.