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  1. Deer Archery Hunting Season Set To Open Sept. 27

    The 2014 deer archery-only hunting season opens statewide in Tennessee on Saturday, Sept.

  2. Permits available for archery deer hunting on conservation land

    Twelve local permits, awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, for bow hunting in the orchard are awarded each year. Besides the commission's regulations, all state laws regarding hunting will apply.

  3. When is Georgia deer rut? New map now available

    Hunters, ever asked yourself "when does the rut happen in my part of the state?" If so, you are in luck. Staff with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division recently updated the statewide rut map with brand new information and it is ready for you! "Each fall, a constant question we receive at our office is 'when is the peak of the rut?'" said Charlie Killmaster, state deer biologist with the Game Management Section.

  4. Fort Wright could allow deer huntingFort Wright could allow deer...

    Fort Wright could allow deer hunting Voting on the ordinance allowing hunting within the city limits should take place Oct. 1. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1ufauZC Woods, and the Fort Wright Nature Center, surround the Ashley Ridge subdivision of Fort Wright, where deer often walk through yards. During the Sept.

  5. DEC hunting/fishing license problems continue as deer hunting season approaches

    Problem with the state Department of Environmental Conservation's new online licensing system for hunting and fishing licenses continue to fester. I went to the Walmart store on Grant Avenue Sunday to get my migratory bird hunting and conservation stamp in preparation for a day of early season Canada goose hunting Monday.

  6. Think tree stand safety as deer season nears

    With Iowa's bow season just days away, hunters are in the final stages of preparation; adjusting tree stand locations, cutting shooting lanes or "just" scouting those early season deer habits. Talking with bowhunters, it's surprising how many have slipped, fallen or had to "jump" the last few feet to the ground.

  7. First Look: Winchester Deer Season XP

    There are a lot of deer hunters in the woods each year - more than 10 million in fact, all waiting for a chance to hang their tag on one of the roughly 26 million whitetails that roam the U.S. today. So with that many deer and that many people hunting them, it might come as a surprise to realize there aren't many, if any, choices when it comes to ammunition specifically built for deer.

  8. Opening Day Deer

    We got quite a surprise when arrived at our tree that morning as turkey's were roosted in our tree despite not having any pictures of them in the preceding weeks they scared the crap out of us when they flushed. But we were able to get set up and ready with plenty of time to wait for daylight.

  9. Moore County produces huge buck for archery pro

    Bobby Davidson of Sanford has travelled all over the country to kill big bucks as a pro staffer for Mathews Archery Iowa, Illinois, South Dakota, Missouri so who would have thought that his biggest buck of his life would come from family farm in Moore County? But it did: a 169 1/8-inch buck taken on Sunday, Sept. 14. A competitive archery who shoots on the Archery Shooters Association circuit, it took Davidson only a routine 15-yard shot to take down a non-typical 10-point buck on his first hunt of the season.

  10. Deer Hunting, Buddhas, 100 USA review

    Paula Young Lee's Deer Hunting in Paris won a Lowell Thomas Gold for Best Travel Book of the Year. It's a well-deserved honor for a wonderful book and extraordinary writer.

  11. Brian O'Neill: Hunters have bad aim to hike firepower

    There is often as much wisdom on our letters page as there is anywhere in the newspaper. On Tuesday, a hunter from Lawrence County made plenty of sense with a couple of hundred words.

  12. MDC needs hunter help with CWD sampling

    The Missouri Department of Conservation is again working with hunters and landowners from around the state, along with taxidermy shops and meat processors in north-central Missouri, to collect tissue samples from adult deer harvested during the fall archery and firearms deer seasons. The cooperative effort is part of MDC's ongoing work to detect cases of chronic wasting disease in Missouri's free-ranging deer.

  13. County to Allow Deer Hunting in Sections of Lasdon and other Parks this Fall

    As part of Westchester County Parks' ongoing Adaptive Deer Management program, sections of Muscoot Farm in Somers, Lasdon Park and Arboretum in Katonah, Ward Pound Ridge Reservation in Cross River, Hilltop Hanover Farm in Yorktown Heights, Mountain Lakes Park in North Salem and, in a pilot program, John E. Hand Bald Mountain Park in Yorktown will open for bow hunting deer in the autumn of 2014. The program will run from October 1 through December 31, 2014 during the regular NYSDEC Zone 3S archery season.

  14. North Haven Hunting Injunction Lifted

    A temporary restraining order to prevent the issuance of new deer nuisance permits in North Haven has been lifted by Suffolk County Supreme Court Judge W. Gerard Asher in a ruling on Friday, September 12. The Wildlife Preservation Coalition of Eastern Long Island filed suit against the Village of North Haven last spring for a preliminary injunction ... (more)

  15. Striped bass creel limits may decrease on Delaware River

    If you're a striped bass angler and fish the Delaware River for linesiders, be advised creel limits may be changing - downward. An amendment has been proposed by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, of which the PA Fish and Boat Commission is a member, to address anglers' concerns about declining catch rates.

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