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  1. Chris Nischan guides way to adventures

    He spends about 300 days a year helping clients from across the state and around the country pursue elk, deer, turkeys, waterfowl, bass and trout Last week when I called Chris Nischan at his Nashville home, he'd just returned from five weeks of guiding elk hunters in New Mexico. He said he might go turkey hunting the next morning.

  2. Firearm antlerless deer hunting opportunity starts this weekend

    Deer hunters can take advantage of an October three-day firearm antlerless deer season on private land again this year, according to Paul Johansen, assistant chief in Charge of Game Management for the Division of Natural Resources . In counties or parts thereof having a firearms antlerless deer season, the season on private land will open Thursday, Oct. 23 and remain open through Saturday, Oct. 25. "There are several advantages to hunters and to deer management if hunters participate in this season," Johansen said.

  3. Recent Rains Brighten Prospects for Texas Duck Hunting

    For the first time in several years, ducks heading into Texas won't be landing in the dirt thanks to decent rainfall across much of the state in recent months. It's a reprieve from the drought waterfowlers have been waiting for, particularly in light of reports of record numbers of ducks heading this way.

  4. Despite accidental shooting, officials say mandatory education has made hunting safer

    With a dog working ahead of them to scare up a pheasant, a trio of hunters work their way through a field off Coolidge Woods Road in New Hampton on Saturday morning.

  5. AOAA sets hunting guidelines

    Authority members voted unanimously Monday to adopt a new hunting policy that permits walk-on hunting from dawn to dusk on days the park is not open for motorized use and from dawn to 9 a.m. on days when motorized users are allowed in the park. The times will allow patrons to continue riding while accomodating hunters who have fought to keep the county-owned property available for their use.

  6. Hunting permits limited as Missouri deer population recovers

    Mid-Missouri deer hunters will see limits on the number of permits available this year. They also might see more deer in the woods and fields.

  7. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department: Prospects Good for Texas Deer Season

    If early field reports by bow hunters and those hunting on Managed Lands Deer Permit properties are a sign of things to come, Texas hunters should see deer in good condition and above average numbers of mature bucks when the general season kicks off Nov. 1 statewide. "I had a report of a bow hunter in Walker County connecting on a buck that scored 163 B&C ," said Alan Cain, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department White-tailed Deer Program Leader."

  8. 11-Year-Old Makes Rare Sighting - Then Decides to Pull the Trigger

    Mick Dingman and his family first spotted an Albino deer in their neighborhood in Livingston County, Michigan a couple of years ago. They snapped some photos but didn't give much thought to it otherwise - until Dingman spotted the deer again last week while taking his son hunting.

  9. Use this map to help nail down when the deer rut happens in your hunting area.

    So the deer-hunting season is open, and you're spending time in the woods. But what you're really waiting on is the rut, when bucks throw caution to the winds and leave their concealed haunts in search of love.

  10. Public has been left waiting too long for emails

    Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper. You can view today's paper or previous issues.

  11. East Tennessee motorists urged to beware of deer

    State highway officials are urging motorists in East Tennessee to be extra cautious now that deer hunting and mating season has arrived. Tennessee Highway Patrol Col.

  12. Locals have success during youth deer hunt

    Fourteen-year-old Andrew Kennedy was hunting in the afternoon on Saturday, Oct. 11, during the Youth Firearms Deer Hunt, with his father, Jeff Kennedy. It was a perfect day for hunting and both hunters were walking when they spied a pair of deer at about 100 yards.

  13. Autumn attire request: "Wear extra orange"

    Saturday marked the launch of Colorado's biggest big game hunting season of the fall thus far. The so-called second rifle season that runs through Oct. 26 is open to deer hunters who drew limited licenses from the lottery held earlier this year and an unlimited number of elk hunters purchasing over-the-counter tags in any of the state's 92 game management units that offer them.

  14. 'Duck Dynasty' game: What's the point?

    Through the eyes of young family member John Luke, players are introduced to the ways of the bearded Robertson clan. Sentinel and Enterprise staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.

  15. Missouri officials, hunters seeing fewer deer

    Missouri wildlife officials are considering more restrictions in whitetail deer hunting to reverse a continuing decline in the deer population, caused mostly by an outbreak of hemorrhagic disease and liberal hunting regulations. The Missouri Department of Conservation reports hunters took 251,924 whitetail deer during last season, the lowest total in a decade.

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