With preliminary numbers from the recently completed firearms deer season showing a 7% decline in harvest from last year, it’s not surprising that muzzleloader license sales are up a bit, as hunters continue to try
Many hunters dream of shooting a buck whose antlers score over 200 inches. It’s a rarity to record two 200-inch bucks in a lifetime.
But Luke Onstad of Spring Grove, Minn., achieved that rare accomplishment
Minnesota’s deer firearms season concluded Nov. 26 with the end of the 3B hunt, and deer harvest numbers remain down by 7% compared with 2022. There are a few deer hunting opportunities left, like muzzleloader
Three men were cited Nov. 20 for a variety of offenses after a Turn In Poachers complaint led Minnesota DNR Conservation Officer Vinny Brown to finding deer carcasses dumped on public land, according to a
Commentary: Separate public and private-land antlerless “tags” should be part of Pennsylvania deer management
Those of us who have hunted deer for years in Pennsylvania recall when antlerless licenses were allocated on a county basis. We also remember being told that the Game Commission could do a much better
Brian Sheets got quite a surprise when he shot a 6-point white-tailed buck with his crossbow on October 11.
Hunting near his home in Manton, Mich., in Wexford County, Sheets shot a buck he thought
I know hunting pressure is down in the Upper Peninsula, but a recent trip through the U.P. was a real eye-opener for its lack of hunter orange.
I traveled through the U.P., from Ironwood at
Two Luzerne County residents have been charged for the unlawful taking, killing and possession of numerous white-tailed deer and other related criminal offenses, according to Pennsylvania Game Commission officials.
Michael Terpak, 38 and Charles Olson,
If hunters better understood the science behind the whitetail rut it just might make them better at pursuing their quarry.
In the Nov. 15 edition of the Deer Season 365 podcast presented by the National