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  1. Wild turkey hunt for youth and non-ambulatory disabled hunters set April 4

    Prior to the start of Delaware's 2015 spring wild turkey season, youths aged 10 to 15 and non-ambulatory disabled hunters will have a special one-day turkey hunt opportunity Saturday, April 4. Youth and disabled hunters will be able to hunt wild turkeys on private property, state wildlife areas and state forest lands. Hunters ages 13 to 15 must have a valid Delaware junior hunting license and must have completed a hunter education course, as well as a Division of Fish and Wildlife-approved turkey hunter safety class.

  2. A deer peers through the fence on an Indiana deer farm in this Star file photo.

    Amended captive-deer bill would prohibit drugged hunts Opponents say no to 'canned hunting' even after compromise. Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1Cqt7PN Owners of Indiana's fenced hunting preserves would be forbidden from selling a deer for a hunt within 24 hours of it being sedated, and only animals born and raised on Indiana deer farms could be hunted.

  3. Sportsman Channel's "Easton Bowhunting TV" Returns...

    Charging leopards, beastly grizzlies and massive polar bears are just the tip of the arrow for Sportsman Channel's Easton Bowhunting TV . The series returns Friday, April 3 at 10 p.m. ET with a three-part 10th anniversary special highlighting the history of Easton and Easton Bowhunting TV , including host Fred Eichler's wildest and most memorable hunting moments.

  4. Deer hunting on preserves up again for debate

    Those preserves currently aren't regulated in Indiana and the state appeals court has ruled the Department of Natural Resources overstepped its authority in trying to shut them down. The House voted last month in favor of the proposal, but Senate President Pro Tem David Long put it on hold for House and Senate members to work in private on a possible compromise.

  5. Panel taking up legalizing fenced-in hunting preserves

    A proposal that would legalize Indiana's high-fenced deer-hunting preserves could be on the move again in the state Legislature. A Senate committee is scheduled to hold a public hearing Monday on a bill that sets up a licensing and inspection process for Indiana's four current preserves where farm-raised deer are hunted.

  6. 2016 GOP hopefuls pack a lot of heat

    Some of the contenders have been building their collections since childhood. Sen. Lindsey Graham, South Carolina, is up to 12 now, including an AR-15 assault weapon that he has talked about using if law and order ever breaks down in his neighborhood.

  7. Letter: Hunting enclosed animals cowardly

    I completely agree with your article on the changes of deer hunting . I myself am not a hunter, nor will I ever be.

  8. Texas outdoors briefs: Turkey hunting and fishing regulations changed

    The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission at its Thursday public hearing approved closing spring eastern turkey hunting in 11 East Texas counties effective next year, while restructuring the season in two other counties. Hunting season for eastern turkey will be closed in 2016 in Angelina, Brazoria, Camp, Fort Bend, Franklin, Harrison, Hopkins, Morris, Titus, Trinity, and Wood counties and on National Forest lands in Jasper County.

  9. Toronto Maple Leafs Trade Rumors: Duck Hunting In Goal?

    Mar 4, 2015; Anaheim, CA, USA; Anaheim Ducks goalie John Gibson against the Montreal Canadiens at Honda Center. The Ducks defeated the Canadiens 3-1.

  10. Public input leads to possible changes with deer hunting

    Those who have come to believe that hunting season proposals, once made public by the Ohio Division of Wildlife, arrive etched in stone perhaps can start thinking in terms of wet cement. After consideration and a sampling of public sentiment, wildlife officials presented to the Ohio Wildlife Council at its statewide hearing on March 18 several amendments to the amended deer regulations for 2015-16 that were announced in early February.

  11. Delta Waterfowl Hires Regional Director for Southeast United States

    Cooper Huff, 30, joins Delta as regional director of Mississippi, Alabama and the Florida panhandle. A life-long duck hunter, Huff has volunteered on conservation projects, corporate fundraising and youth hunts for the Meridian, Miss., Chapter of Delta Waterfowl since age 16. "I'm excited to go to work for The Duck Hunters Organization," Huff said.

  12. Illegal dumping still a problem, says conservation officer

    Stephen Fraser, a conservation officer from Pictou, was on hand at the Woodland Conferences on Saturday to talk about his role in helping landowners. Fraser touched on illegal dumping, hunting, trespassing and more.

  13. Think safety. Be careful. There will be another day

    Think safety. Be careful. There will be another day Think safety. Be careful. There will be another day Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1bEWPrP Well, here we are heading toward the end of March.

  14. Area outdoor datebook

    The 15th annual Leading Creek Stream Sweep will be held Saturday, April 25, 9 a.m. to noon at the Meigs SWCD Conservation Area on New Lima Road, approximately halfway between Rutland and Harrisonville. This event is held to clean up litter in selected locations within the Leading Creek watershed.

  15. Port Allen man convicted for transporting unlawfully taken 12-pointer

    This is the shoulder mount of the 12-point Kentucky buck unlawfully shot in November of 2013 by Andre A. Chustz Jr., of Port Allen. Chustz forfeited the mount as part of his sentence, according to U.S. Attorney Walt Green.

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