You won’t find Ron Manning in the record books. That’s because he has never killed a record-book buck.
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Seems like every conversation these days about Pennsylvania deer management eventually comes around to so many hunters not reporting animals they kill
The number of mallards counted during the annual May breeding waterfowl population survey in Minnesota was similar to the long-term average, but it’s pretty much downhill from there.
Keeping true to its original promise, DNR trimmed 10 counties from the list of those open for late-winter deer hunting.
Math is at odds with those who believe Illinois – especially the southern half – is home to wild cougars.
The DNR earlier this week was on pace to collect about 7,000 comments regarding the wolf hunting and trapping seasons set for this fall.
Sportsmen across the state will be affected by three historic decisions approved during last week’s Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission meeting
A wolf-hunting season in the Upper Peninsula may be on the horizon, but not likely until 2013.
The fight to bring Sunday hunting to Pennsylvania is not over yet
A study on white-tailed deer and humans’ perceptions of the animal has wrapped up with findings that say as much about us as it does about them.
Wisconsin may create a wolf season this year, but if that season does open as planned Oct. 15, state sportsmen can thank the Kuenzi brothers for adding a substantial hurdle that must yet be overcome.
Nearly a thousand antlers seized from poachers over the last decade by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) police officers can be purchased during an online auction currently under way through June 5.
The 2012 ODFW auction and raffles for big game hunting tags grossed $523,202, of which $308,566 will go to the Access and Habitat Program and $179,937 to big game research and management.
Pennsylvania game commissioners gave final approval to hunting seasons and bag limits at their most recent meeting in Harrisburg
She returned a call from a reporter by casually explaining, “Sorry I missed you, but I was out turkey hunting.”
The 2012 deer season will include an October four-day antlerless-only deer hunt in the CWD zone
Funding likely available for third year, maybe fourth
Pennsylvania game commissioners gave more than they got this time.
Waterfowl hunters’ hopes for more liberal rules that would allow a sea duck, early teal and sandhill crane season may one day be realized, but not in the near future.
Not many states could see their spring gobbler harvest numbers plummet to less than half of what it was 10 years ago but still maintain a reputation as a great turkey-hunting state.
With only a few weeks remaining until the spring turkey season begins, hunters throughout the state are getting ready to head to the woods and chase gobblers with bow and arrow, crossbow, or shotgun.
The DNR will allow a bulls-only moose hunt this fall, but it’s reducing the number of permits available and zones open to hunters.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission recently reported that hunters harvested an estimated 336,200 deer in the state’s 2011-12 seasons, and that announcement ignited an uproar among many sportsmen.
The ODNR and the ODA today announced that testing of Ohio’s deer herd has found no evidence of CWD for the 10th straight year.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s recently released 2011 big game harvest statistics show that the Centennial State continues to offer some of the best and most diverse big game hunting in the country.
Near the small town of Olive, ten wild turkeys were found to have died from a viral infection identified as Avian Pox. Avian Pox is usually found in localized populations and is most commonly contracted from domestic poultry.