Staring at the photo of a wolf hanging from a rafter, Jim Lane declared, “That was probably 99 percent luck. Probably any eighth-grade kid could make the shot I did.”
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N.Y. taxidermists, meat processors, hunters affected
During the summer of 2012, Greg Deckling and his father, Bill, had been watching a group of bucks through a series of images on their trail camera.
Deer hunting in Michigan hasn’t always been as robust as it is today. It really wasn’t too long ago when deer hunters asked each other the question, “Did ya see anything?” instead of, “Did ya get one?” as is often asked today.
Chris Kiernan’s buck had the state’s deer hunting community buzzing. The non-typical 36-pointer arrowed in November 2009 made the Morris hunter an instant celebrity and experts valued the deer’s mount at about $35,000.
How many bowhunters spend time thinking about their chances of bagging two bucks with just one arrow?
An often-repeated complaint about the Pennsylvania Game Commission is that it no longer cares about or respects deer hunters,
A few waterfowl hunters found themselves on the wrong side of the law last week, hunting as they were during the closed season in the Central and South duck zones.
The number of hunters chasing fall turkeys remains relatively low in Illinois, especially compared to the state’s spring seasons.
In the days before archery deer season opened, a number of hunters around the state were heard contemplating what they might find in the woods once Oct. 1 finally arrived.
An elk that was harvested near Clam Lake by an Ojibwe tribal member Sept. 14 was served as part of a thanksgiving feast and ceremony on the Bad River Reservation last week
Details are still thin, but apparently Wisconsin archery deer hunter Paul Keller shot a nontypical buck near the town of Marion that should score in the neighborhood of 244 inches
New York’s first-ever youth deer hunt has arrived, set for this holiday weekend (Oct. 6-8) with designs on boosting interest in hunting among youngsters.
The bear harvest in Minnesota won’t set any records this year, but state officials say the kill already has surpassed that of last year, and that hunter success has been satisfying, too.
State Rep. Mike Huuki, a Republican from Houghton County, has introduced legislation that would pave the way for a wolf-hunting season in Michigan.
Moose hunters in the northeastern part of the state possess the fewest number of permits ever given out for the hunt, which kicks off Saturday.
There were some hunters disappointed with the number of birds they encountered, which is always the case on opening weekend. Statewide, however, good reports were more consistent than bad ones.
Teal hunters have enjoyed plenty of shooting in their brief season – especially in southern Illinois, where both green-wings and blue-wings have been plentiful.
Amid speculation that they would do so, six Wisconsin Chippewa tribes announced last week that an intertribal hunting party would harvest one elk in the Wisconsin ceded territory
Mild winter may set stage for solid season
Two animal rights groups seek court injunction to stop opening of hunting, trapping seasons
DEC is moving forward with its youth deer hunt over the Columbus Day weekend after legislation that would have halted the hunt has yet to get signed into law
While much of Ohio has reached drought levels this summer, thus far, it could be worse for bobwhite quail.
Bowhunters across the state can expect to find favorable conditions for a successful archery season this fall.
For the first time, starting now, bowhunters in the state’s four most urban wildlife management units will be able to participate in overlapping bear- and deer-hunting opportunities.
Pennsylvania’s deer management system may soon have a twin.