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  1. Ohio Hunters Harvest More Than 188,000 Deer During 2015-2016 Season

    Hunters checked 188,335 white-tailed deer throughout Ohio's 2015-2106 deer season, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources . To help stabilize deer populations, bag limits were reduced this year, and antlerless permit use was eliminated in most counties.

  2. Courses offered for women to learn outdoor skills

    New Hampshire's Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program is offering an exciting lineup of courses in 2016 for women interested in learning outdoor skills. Application forms and brochures are published at nhbow.com when registration opens.

  3. Brasch WordsLEGISLATORS Could Shoot Down Airborne Cruelty

    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.

  4. Natural Selection

    Environmental Conservation Officer Nathaniel Mead has been awarded the "2015 New York Officer of the Year" by the National Wild Turkey Federation .

  5. 'Escanaba in da Moonlight' returns to Sutter Street Theatre

    When the Soady clan reunites for the opening day of deer season at the family's Upper Peninsula camp, thirty-five-year-old Reubin Soady brings with him the infamous reputation of being the oldest Soady in the history of the Soadys never to bag a buck. In a hunting story to beat all hunting stories, "Escanaba in da Moonlight" spins a hilarious tale of humor, horror and heart as Reuben goes to any and all lengths to remove himself from the wrong end of the family record book.

  6. Cruz embraces supporters on fringe of GOP

    The Texas senator's strength in the 2016 Republican presidential primary is drawn, at least in part, from the backing of high-profile figures from his party's far-right fringe. They are people, like his national co-chairman Iowa Rep. Steve King, who may be popular among the passionate conservatives who usually decide primary contests, but could turn off the swing voters and independents who typically decide general elections.

  7. The Latest: Cruz Embraces Endorsements From Far-Right Fringe

    The Latest on the race for president in the window between the Republican and Democratic debates and the 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary on Tuesday: : The Texas senator's strength in the 2016 Republican presidential primary is drawn, at least in part, from the backing of high-profile figures from his party's far-right fringe. They are people who may be popular among the passionate conservatives who usually decide primary contests, but could turn off the swing voters and independents who typically decide general elections.

  8. Driftwood Outdoors: Good time for a rabbit hunt

    So when Jim Low, the recently retired writer from the Missouri Conservationist, asked if I wanted to go kick some brush for bunnies, I excitedly agreed. "There's no need to go too early," Low said.

  9. Bobo: Hunting without traditional aids a rewarding experience

    In Texas it is legal to put up feeders to attract the deer, but it is always a topic of discussion as to whether or not that is "sporting or fair." I have grown up hunting over feeders.

  10. PGA makes changes to fall turkey season

    Dale Lolley has been with the Observer-Reporter since 1993 after previously working at WJAC-TV and the Tribune-Democrat in Johnstown, and The Derrick in Oil City.

  11. Out & about: Duck hunting wife retrieves husband from near death - Sat, 06 Feb 2016 PST

    Justin and Melody Priest of Kennewick were exploring a new Columbia River hunting spot recently, near the end of the duck season, when things went afoul. The Priests set up decoys on the shore before dawn, bringing a kayak to help retrieve any ducks they bagged over the water OUTLIVE - Justin and Melody Priest of Kennewick were exploring a new Columbia River hunting spot recently, near the end of the duck season, when things went afoul.

  12. Walker Puts Wisconsin In The Pink

    In Wisconsin, deer hunting is a strong tradition that reaches almost religious levels for some people. Every fall, the woods in Wisconsin would fill with men and women dressed in blaze orange as they hope to bag the big one.

  13. Wildlife Commission Offers Free Turkey ...

    The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and the National Wild Turkey Federation are offering 24 free turkey hunting seminars across North Carolina in March and April in anticipation of the upcoming spring turkey season. The seminars, which will be conducted on introductory and advanced levels, will be held from 6:30-9 p.m. at 12 locations throughout the state.

  14. Sunset over Beaverdam

    A recent sunset over storied Beaver Dam Lake in Tunica County was captured in all its glory at the end of a day of duck hunting.

  15. Joe J you couldn't be anymore

    By the end of January, the Department of Natural Resources will have enacted a rule to prohibit all backyard feeding and hunting-related deer baiting in Vilas, Oneida and Forest counties because a penned ranch deer in Three Lakes tested positive for chronic wasting disease . According to Wisconsin law, the DNR must enact a ban on both baiting and feeding deer inside any county that is within a 10-mile radius of where the infected deer was located.

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