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  1. Feeling alive on icy duck hunt

    Had I known the event to come, I might have gone to Country Kitchen in Taneytown for a warm leisurely breakfast instead. Nah, life is made up of experiences and Saturday morning was one to remember.

  2. Open Season: Midwinter musings from the treestand

    It's the middle of winter and the stretch of cold weather has stricken some with cabin fever, but for others, there's always something to do. There has been enough safe ice on some ponds to ice fish, but it's also been unsafe on some waters, so check it carefully as you cross the ice, as it is not uniform across a pond or lake.

  3. Public Rambling: Pilsbury's first-ever buck is a stud 8-point

    Jody Pilsbury arrowed this nice 8-point, her first buck ever, on Nov. 25 on Atchafalaya Delta WMA from 14 yards. My buddy Scott Dupre had a wonderful hunting experience earlier this season.

  4. Should Hoosiers have a constitutional right to hunt and fish?

    Should Hoosiers have a constitutional right to hunt and fish? New bills would affect hunting and wildlife. Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1BRSqfI Tiffany Compton, 29, Indianapolis, hunts with her hunting dog Oakley at Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area near Linton on Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014.

  5. Late is great - Deer-hunting tips for late-season success

    Winter has arrived and the deer hunting can still be hot, especially in Areas 1 and 6. But it's not a cake walk. Here are some thoughts on how to score.

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    Anthony Virga grew up in Hampton and now lives in Wantage, but he's frequently out of town. This photo of him was taken on a turkey-hunting trip to Oklahoma last year.

  7. Think spring: LBL quota turkey hunt applications coming up

    It might be a considerable stretch to spring turkey hunting seasons, but very soon hunters can take steps to get in on Land Between the Lakes quota gobbler hunting.

  8. Tallulah, Louisiana Man Arrested for Hunting Violations

    Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents arrested a Madison Parish man for alleged deer hunting violations on Dec. 25, 2014 in East Carroll Parish. After observing David Bolton, age 41, of Tallulah, hunting at night in East Carrol Parish on Dec. 25, agents arrested him for possession of firearms by a convicted felon, hunting deer during illegal hours, and hunting from a public road and moving vehicle.

  9. Deer hunting numbers strong in McHenry County despite Illinois kill drop

    This month and next are part of the peak time for deer-related car accidents, according U of I Extension. McHENRY – McHenry County is is an exception to the trend in Illinois when it comes to deer hunting as it is one of the few to register an increase in kills during the 2014-15 season.

  10. ETX state representative files bill to create 2 sales tax holidays for firearms, hunting supplies

    State Representative Chris Paddie filed H.B. 849, which would create two sales tax holidays for firearms and hunting supplies. "H.B. 849 recognizes that hunting is a time-honored tradition in Texas and looks to give tax relief to the sportsmen and women who continue one of our most cherished pastimes and, more importantly, those who continue to pass our love of hunting and the outdoors down to the next generation," said Rep. Paddie.

  11. Hildenbrand hailed as state's best tennis junior

    Hildenbrand, recently named 2014 Mississippi Tennis Association Junior Player of the Year, harvested a seven-point buck Monday on his deer hunt. "I've taken a break from tennis," said the Tupelo High School tennis player.

  12. Family duo bags 8-point buck in Oconee County

    Fourteen-year-old Sam Elsner, of Watkinsville, was hunting with his stepfather, Brad Adcock, when he shot a nice 8-point buck on Nov. 8. They were hunting in Oconee County that morning and decided to stay in the stand late because of the rut. At 10:05 a.m., a doe came running in from behind their stand, and right on her heels was Sam's buck.

  13. 37 Guns, 28 Sets of Antlers Among Items Seized in Deer Case

    Charges have been filed against a number of violators following a five-year deer investigation recently completed by conservation officers with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. , conservation officers executed a search warrant on a residence in Dawson, Minnesota owned by Joshua Liebl, 37; simultaneously, other conservation officers conducted a traffic stop near Dawson on a pickup owned by and being driven by Liebl and executed a second search warrant on the truck.

  14. DNR considers making 2014 deer hunting changes permanent

    Derrick Rose scored 22 points and the struggling Chicago Bulls beat the San Antonio Spurs 104-81 on Thursday night. The Bulls The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources held a public hearing in Green Bay Thursday night to hear from hunters about the 2015 deer season.

  15. There are three weeks left to get your turkey hunting license

    Spring turkey season starts in April and you only have three weeks - until February 12th - to apply for a limited license. Colorado Parks and Wildlife's Mike Porras says turkey hunting has been the most popular type of hunting in the last few years across the country.

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