The bonding bill, which traditionally has been a source of funds for long-term, capital projects
In a move interpreted by some as a sign an updated federal Farm Bill may be on the immediate horizon
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North Dakota’s Game and Fish Department is making just 65,300 deer licenses available for the 2012 season, a drop of more than 40 percent from last year
Wildlife officials in North Carolina have endorsed hunting wild pigs after dark without a license
Hunters checked 40,447 turkeys during Missouri’s regular spring turkey season, up by 2,120 from 38,327 last spring, or about 5.5 percent
Based on recent surveys, the bighorn sheep herd in the Thompson Falls area continues to decline
Tagged fish just before being released into Crane Prairie Reservoir. Could this be the million dollar fish?
Rachel Davis, 35, of Climax Springs was enjoying an evening of fishing on the shores of Lake of the Ozarks April 14 with her husband, David, and a friend when her newly purchased Zebco 202 fishing pole snagged something.
Shane Felch, of Shrewsbury, shot this 46 pound, 5 ounce carp on Lake Quinsigamond near Shrewsbury.
Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge is offering the public an intimate look at local wildlife
Nevada wildlife biologists are recommending an increase in the number of big game hunting tags issued this year after back-to-back winters of different extremes created optimum conditions for wildlife
More elk will be heard bugling under changes sought by wildlife managers to increase herds across much of Utah
A computer glitch has resulted in incomplete totals from data submitted online by Sitka blacktail deer hunters around Alaska, according to state officials
She returned a call from a reporter by casually explaining, “Sorry I missed you, but I was out turkey hunting.”
If there’s an opposite of the ballyhooed rain dance, Kurt Gibson may currently be doing such a jig on the shorelines of Carlyle Lake.
When a bill – federal or otherwise – contains a hodge-podge of various ideas and changes, it’s bound to get mixed reviews
Albany, Cayuga, Rockland and part of Ontario County
Mike Giarraputo is the first to tell anyone that his encounter and subsequent harvest of a buck that set a new state record might just be “one of the more uneventful big buck stories out there.”
Some iffy weather, courtesy of a cold front that swept across the state on the first morning of New York’s two-day youth turkey hunt, likely impacted harvest numbers this year.
The calendar might say May 5 when the inland game fish season rolls around on Saturday, but fishermen should be thinking more like Memorial Day, or even later
The 2012 deer season will include an October four-day antlerless-only deer hunt in the CWD zone
The first public archery range in Washington County will open this fall provided enough private funding can be scraped together to get it started, according to Justin Casperson, the recreation supervisor for the city of West Bend.
Fishing and hunting license fees would rise, and the first state-managed wolf hunting and trapping season would be held this fall
Funding likely available for third year, maybe fourth
Lawmakers largely stayed true to the funding recommendations of the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council in a bill they approved last week