Hunters in northeastern Vermont’s Wildlife Management Unit E, enjoyed solid harvest, taking 78 adult moose. The annual hunt seeks to reduce moose numbers which, due to over-population, are suffering from winter ticks.
Reader-submitted letters to the editor published in the Dec. 1, 2023, edition of New York Outdoor News.
What’s happening, or not happening, with waterfowl hunting at Vischer Ferry in the Saratoga town of Clifton Park is something sportsmen across the state should find alarming.
New York State has issued a new use permit for a nature preserve in Saratoga County that is popular with waterfowl hunters, leaving in place a one-week duck hunting season and prompting proponents of hunting
If there was a contest between upland birds across the country to determine which species has the strongest will to survive, first place would go to the pheasant. Quail, grouse of various varieties, prairie chickens,
In a letter in the Oct. 27 issue, headlined, Trying to Grab Our Money, the writer urged us to “wake up” and stop voting for the “crooks” behind House Bill 1300.
“Take time to educate
In the movie Field of Dreams, a famous line is often quoted: “If you build it, he will come.” Something similar to “build it and they will come” is happening in northwest Iowa’s Clay County
I showed up for a short out-of-state bowhunt in South Dakota on the afternoon of Nov. 7 and did a drive around the small property I had gained permission on.
Most of my planning for
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced on Nov. 27 that a deer harvested during the opening weekend of firearms season near Wabasha in southeastern Minnesota has tested positive for chronic wasting disease.