Friday, July 12th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Friday, July 12th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

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Duck hunting 2005: tempered optimism

By Joe Albert Staff Writer Middle River, Minn. – Joel Huener, manager of the Thief Lake Wildlife Management Area, has done what he can to ensure this year’s waterfowl opener will be better than last

Elk shooting may be linked to crime spree

By Carol Mulvihill Contributing Writer Benezette, Pa. — The illegal shooting of an elk along Gray Hill Road in Jay Township, Elk County, last month may be linked to a bizarre 32-hour spree of shootings,

Hunting license sales may be rebounding

By Jeff Mulhollem Editor Harrisburg — Sagging hunting license sales rebounded some last month — and antlerless deer tags sold at a brisk pace — leaving game commissioners and agency staffers to hope that the

PF&BC’s positive report on Susquehanna bass panned

By Jeff Mulhollem Editor A recent Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission report saying that despite smallmouth mortalities from a bacterial infection this summer, the bass situation on the Susquehanna looks positive, was greeted by disbelief

State responds to CWD in W. Virginia

By Jeff Mulhollem Editor Harrisburg — In response to chronic wasting disease being found in a road-killed West Virginia buck near the Pennsylvania border, the state’s CWD Task Force recently announced a series of measures.

DNR may open two SNAs to hunting in northeast

By Joe Albert Staff Writer Grand Marais, Minn. – The DNR is considering a proposal to increase its stock of “scientific and natural areas” open to hunting by adding two Cook County units to the

Vang convicted of killing Wisconsin deer hunters

By Robert Imrie Associated Press Jurors deliberated three hours before ruling last Friday Hayward, Wis. (AP) – A Wisconsin jury convicted an Asian immigrant of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of six deer hunters,

State’s duck recovery plan making headway

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul – As the Oct. 1 waterfowl opener looms, hunters aren’t the only ones with ducks on their minds. With a poor season last year still fresh in the

DNR, groups continue push for metro hunts

By Tim Spielmant Associate Editor St. Paul – Despite the encouragement of state wildlife officials and the involvement of groups attempting to involve more youths and women, hunting continues to be underutilized by suburban municipalities,

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