A common theme ran through the staff of upland biologists with Upper Midwest state agencies, as well as those who work for Pheasants Forever, when it comes to the 2023 pheasant outlook. How was the
Tackling big woods bucks can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. With millions of acres within the Adirondack Park, there are plenty of places that hold big bucks. Although some areas
Capturing and outfitting Illinois wild turkeys with transmitters over a seven-year period has yielded some interesting findings.
To continue adding to our understanding of wild turkey ecology, behavior, and their response to forest management activities,
On the day a Minnesota duck-hunting legend died, duck hunting died a little, too. Jimmy Robinson, gone at 88 on June 21, 1986.
You may not understand.
Many Minnesota duck hunters – possibly a majority
Brandon Kantola from Ravenna, Mich., bagged a 13-point bull elk with bow and arrow in Cheboygan County on Sept. 15 that likely will be a state record in the archery category since state record keeper
There’s no doubt about it, legalization of crossbows for all during Minnesota’s archery season is the big-ticket change for the 2023 deer season. I’ve heard lots of chatter about it the past couple of months
It’s not that I’m afraid of deer.
I really enjoy deer. I like watching them, scouting for them, and hunting them with bow and gun. I like getting excited when I see them. I just
Another CWD management area added in Pennsylvania after road-killed deer test positive in Dauphin County
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has made changes to the state’s chronic wasting disease management areas including the creation of a new such area, the expansion of an existing area, and reduction of an existing area.<br
The Pennsylvania Game Commission gained nearly $180 million in oil, gas and mineral revenue during fiscal year 2021-22, and the state Senate would like to spread the wealth around.
House Bill 1300 was approved by