Time is now to prepare for gun opener
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Improve your fall deer-hunting skills by understanding keys to the species’ stomach.
Maybe this should be put in the “you can’t please all of the people all of the time” category.
Pheasant hunter and Babbitt Police Chief Chad Loewen annually heads south to hunt pheasants with his family, but this year that hunt turned into a rescue mission when two big bucks were found alive, with antlers locked.
The opening week of bow season was nearly identical to 2014, both in hunter mood and harvest.
The 2015-2016 trapping season will likely be one to remember for New York trappers – and not necessarily based on how full their fur shed is or isn’t. Rather, trappers are going to remember this season for the difficult, and more often than not miserable fur market conditions.
Even when the ducks aren’t flying, there’s something magical about waterfowl hunting
When it comes to fresh meat, nothing beats this season’s latest deer kill
DNR offering workshop on Oct. 26 in Akron
Whether it’s chasing whitetails via archery, rifle, shotgun, or muzzleloader, rely on quality scouting first
From opener until late season, trust your hound, find the rooster forage, and hunt till shooting hours end.
DEC struggles to manage herd; winter may have taken a toll
Wildlife biologists are seeing a higher incidence of mange among black bears in Pennsylvania than their colleagues in neighboring states, although the reasons are a mystery so far.
2015 duck hunt kicks off Saturday morning
Ohio’s archery deer hunt begins Saturday
Find gray dogwood berries when you’re grouse hunting and you’ll find the birds
Bowhunters must decide: Fixed blade or mechanicals
Early-season concealment tips
The ups and downs of hunting above ground
Winter mortality, fewer DMPs set the stage for a lower harvest
Fairchild farm is 33 miles from Jackson County elk release site
Use grouse, dove, and waterfowl seasons as an opportunity to hone your skills (and your dog’s skills) before roosters become hunting priority one.
Doves can humble even the best wingshooters
The ring-necked pheasant flushed from the “dirty corn” just inches from the nose of my 5-year-old black Lab.
The Minnesota DNR wants to hear from turkey hunters on how it might attempt to increase hunting opportunities and hunter satisfaction during the spring turkey season.
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