Arrange photos to show respect for animals, regulations and hunting safety.
Avoid exposure to PFAS chemicals.
New online form available for hunters.
To be successful, hunters must employ tactics that outweigh a deer’s strengths while taking advantage of their weaknesses in a comprehensive examination of the five senses.
Aim of study is to gain more information about statewide hunter success and selectivity when deer hunting.
Hunters still encouraged to work out venison transfers on their own, or to develop their own local network.
Time to get the county treasurers out of antlerless sales in Pennsylvania.
Changes for 2020 include voluntary sampling in affected areas, a new management zone and new surveillance areas.
While this blogger is in favor of doing whatever it takes to slow or prevent the spread of CWD, banning the use of deer urine may be the least effective means.
Some of the data input, analysis delayed by COVID-19.
Burnett, Douglas, Bayfield and Sawyer counties to return to original county recommendations.
NRB strikes holiday hunt in two counties, reduces antlerless deer quotas in 11 northern counties.
Six counties in and near Twin Cities metro prohibited from deer feeding and attractants starting July 1.
Successful deer hunters can now get ages from teeth data – and according to that data, oldest deer harvested last season were a pair of 17-year-old does. Oldest buck was 10 years old.
How about expanding deer harvest opportunities for those who can’t afford beef during the pandemic?
Video of the November attack circulated quickly on social media and generated outrage, along with pressure on investigators to solve the case.
Pennsylvania Game Commission set to take action, reveal spread related to CWD.
Biggest question now should be how to pull off a 2020 season in light of COVID-19 concerns.
Produces a ‘what the heck’ moment for the author.
Solid science-based discussions needed in both arenas to avoid hyperbole.
The percentage of older bucks in the 2019-20 deer harvest remained amazingly high. About 66 percent of the bucks taken by hunters were at least 2½ years old. The remainder were 1½ years old.
It was the department’s “working assumption” that the workers got TB from infected deer “but we can’t say for sure.”
Many not pleased with PGC’s proposal to reinstate statewide concurrent anterless and antlered season.
The DNR will expand deer feeding bans in central Minnesota starting today due to additional discoveries of chronic wasting disease in captive deer in late 2019.
And isn’t there something gun deer hunting can take from sturgeon spearing to at least attempt to hold interest, anticipation, camaraderie, excitement, and traditions?
Hunters take about 14,000 less whitetails in 2019 than the previous year. Wildlife experts say that while there are a number of factors that likely contributed to the decline, the most prominent is the outbreak of hemorrhagic disease that killed thousands of deer across the state.