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  1. Outdoors notebook: Cleveland County Ducks Unlimited chapter to hold banquet Thursday in Goldsby

    The Cleveland County Ducks Unlimited chapter is holding its annual fundraiser and benefit Thursday at the Southwind Hills Event Barn and Venue in Goldsby. Doors open at 6 p.m. with dinner served at 7 p.m. The Cleveland County Ducks Unlimited chapter is holding its annual fundraiser and benefit Thursday at the Southwind Hills Event Barn and Venue in Goldsby.

  2. Ohio Wildlife Council 2015-2016 hunting regulations

    A reduction in white-tailed deer bag limits and antlerless permit use during the 2015-2016 hunting seasons were among regulations approved by the Ohio Wildlife Council at its scheduled meeting on Wednesday, April 8, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources . The council also voted to remove the peregrine falcon from Ohio's list of threatened species.

  3. Spring gobbler season underway in the Bend Area

    Spring gobbler season is officially underway in the Big Bend area with Ohio youngsters taking first shot at the birds yesterday morning. The regular Ohio spring turkey season opens a half-hour before sunrise on Monday morning and continues through May 17. West Virginia youth get a chance on April 25, followed by the regular season which runs from April 27-May 23. The wild turkey was native to our woods at the time of settlement, but it didn't take long for habitat destruction and unregulated hunting to destroy Ohio's wild turkey population.

  4. QDMA Launches 2015 Pre-Convention Online Auction

    The Quality Deer Management Association will hold a Pre-Convention Online Auction with 54 great items up for grabs. Items include hunts, trips, travel accommodations, deer hunting and management equipment, collectibles, guns, knives, and much more.

  5. Spring turkey hunt is on tap

    Youth Turkey Hunt Day is set for Saturday, then the overall statewide spring turkey season opens next Monday, April 20. Youth turkey hunters aged 10 to 16 with a Youth License and a "Y" permit are allowed to hunt in any hunting period in the zone that they obtain a permit for during the spring season. Youth hunters aged 10 to less than 14 must be under the supervision of a licensed adult who is at least 21 years of age.

  6. Young Turkey Hunters Harvest 4,441 Birds During Youth Weekend

    The Missouri Department of Conservation reports that young turkey hunters harvested 4,441 birds during the 2015 spring youth season, April 11 and 12. Top harvest counties were Franklin with 117 birds, Greene with 88, and Cedar with 87. For more harvest information by county, visit the MDC online harvest map at mdc.mo.gov/node/263. Young hunters checked 4,332 turkeys during last year's spring youth weekend.

  7. On Native GroundCHRISTIAN Neocons Want a Whiter World

    Dave Comroe stepped to the firing line, raised his 12-gauge Browning over and under shotgun, aimed and fired. Before him, a pigeon fell, moments after being released from a box less than 20 yards away.

  8. Fish & Wildlife announces hunting photo contest winners

    The judges' decisions are in, with five top entries chosen as winners for the Division of Fish & Wildlife's 2014-15 Delaware Hunting Photo Contest. First place was awarded to Scott Lee of Laurel for "Sunrise Over Assawoman Bay," featuring Tommy Lee waterfowl hunting at the Assawoman Wildlife Area near Frankford.

  9. Magical spring turkey hunting season has sportsmen prowling the Buckeye woods

    Wild turkeys are gobbling in the Buckeye woodlots this weekend, a sweet sound for thousands of sportsmen eager to bag one of the big birds during the month-long spring hunt. Young hunters have the first chance to hunt for a gobbler during this weekend's youth season.

  10. April Pieces Of My Mind #1 [Aardvarchaeology]

    Been wondering about psychopaths. Having empathy of course de-motivates healthy folks from murderous cruelty.

  11. Hunt in Comfort this Fall with Help from National Deer Alliance and Redneck Blinds

    In light of the 2015 North American Deer Summit in Louisville, Kentucky, the National Deer Alliance and Redneck Outdoor Products have come together to offer a giveaway that will allow participants the chance to win one of Redneck's top performing hunting blinds, valued at over $3,000. Beginning on Monday, April 13th interested contestants can go to the NDA Facebook page to register for the chance to win a Redneck Predator 5X6 360 Crossover blind with a 10 ft Powder Coated steel stand.

  12. The Beard Boom: Wild turkeys have flourished, increasing your chances to see or shoot one this sprin | WindsorNow.com

    A You can find out information on the Weld County Yelpers, the Weld County chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, on the organization's Facebook page. A Poudre Trail - Some of the more popular locations include west of 95th Avenue between mile markers 7.25-7.75 and around mm 8.5; just west of the Rover Run Dog Park; and the area along the trail just west of 59th Avenue.

  13. Turkey Ambush Tactics for Dealing With Silent Toms

    We have all been there: In the woods early, ideal conditions, perfect setup , toms gobbling lustily on the roost the night before. What could possibly go wrong? Well, whatever happened yesterday is old news when it comes to spring turkey hunting .

  14. Paiute-Shoshone tribe member to give duck decoy demonstration Friday

    Mike Williams, a member of the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone tribe who creates replicas of duck hunting tools in the Numu or Northern Paiute tradition, is hosting a demonstration about to make tule duck decoys from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Friday at the Nevada Legislative Building. The traditional Numu way of making duck decoys uses the stem of the tule reed, a member of the sedge family that is indigenous to Nevada.

  15. North Carolina Sportsmen's Caucus Members Introduce Seven-Day Hunting Legislation

    Legislation to expand seven-day hunting opportunities in North Carolina was recently filed in the state by members of the North Carolina Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus . The Outdoor Heritage Act , filed by Caucus member and House Agriculture Co-Chairman Representative Jimmy Dixon on April 13, is a legislative package designed to protect and promote the Tar Heel State's proud outdoor heritage for future generations.

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