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  1. Winter hunting can be cold, but rewarding

    Permit shotgun deer season comes to a close today, which means many sportsmen and women will hang up their hunting boots, rifles and bows for the season. But there are still numerous opportunities out there for hunters to take advantage of through the winter season.

  2. Michael Pearcea s weekly E-letter

    Outdoors photographers, pay attention. The 14th annual Wichita Eagle Great Outdoors Photo Contest will be part of the Jan. 29-Feb. 1 Wichita Sport Show next year.

  3. 14-year-old Christianna Masher bags 8-point buck

    Across the tracks and through the woods, over the river it went. An 8-pointer, the biggest Christianna Masher has ever set her sights on, was down.

  4. Seeking hunting regulations input

    Every two years, Georgia's Wildlife Resources Division hosts a series of public meetings to get hunter input prior to making hunting-regulation proposals for the upcoming hunting seasons. The next round of these public meetings will be for the 2015-2017 hunting regulations.

  5. Preliminary numbers in for deer hunting seasons

    New Hampshire Fish and Game officials say preliminary numbers for the fall hunting seasons show the unofficial deer kill was down 8 percent from the final count of 2013, a high harvest year. N.H. Fish and Game Deer Project Leader Dan Bergeron says last year was the fourth highest harvest year on record.

  6. Pennsylvania's late deer hunting season kicks off Dec. 26

    With the archery and muzzleloader deer hunting season starting up again the day after Christmas , hunters may have a tough time finding game. After the fall archery season followed by the early muzzleloader season followed by the firearms deer hunting season that ended Dec. 13, deer have been chased, shot at and dispatched, which has made the remainders go nocturnal.

  7. Stranded boater rescued by Coast Guard helicopter in Great South Bay, police say

    A Brookhaven man who went out on his boat without a radio or cellphone was rescued from the Great South Bay early Thursday after his vessel went aground, Suffolk County police said. Derek Schleede, 53, was missing for nearly 12 hours after boarding his 23-foot center console at about 2:30 p.m. Wednesday to go duck hunting, police said.

  8. Illegal hunting lands man in court

    Chief of Staff for Public Affairs for the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Dwayne Gardner said Nicholas Dupre, 23, of Wolcott was issued a summons on Nov. 30 to for hunting and killing two deer over bait in Kathan Woods. Dupre was charged with illegal deer hunting/hunting deer over bait, which is a misdemeanor.

  9. 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.

  10. In NH, overhunting of RINOs is causing problems

    On Monday, a Pelham hunter was arrested after his poor aim allegedly caused him to miss a deer and hit a house.

  11. Mississippi man cited for drowning deer

    Sgt. Trey Mason, of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries' Enforcement Division, says 40-year-old David Hayes, of Natchez, Mississippi, was cited for not possessing non-resident basic hunting and big game hunting licenses, failing to comply with deer tagging requirements, hunting from a moving vessel and taking deer from a vessel while the deer was swimming. A witness saw Hayes approach the deer in the river, wrap a rope around its antlers and drown the deer.

  12. Outdoors column: Hares among last hunting seasons

    A glance at the Pennsylvania Game Commission's list of hunting seasons shows there are still plenty more opportunities to hunt before 2014 comes to a close. Those year-ending opportunities all open on Dec. 26 and all extend into the new year.

  13. Willoughby: Sportsmen share public-land harvest with the hungry

    Hunting and the holidays go together like meat and potatoes. Whether it's a Thanksgiving walk through the pheasant fields or the harvest of a Christmas goose, the tradition of sharing wild game at holiday gatherings is older than Ebenezer Scrooge.

  14. Should Indiana deer hunters be allowed to use high-powered rifles?

    Should Indiana deer hunters be allowed to use high-powered rifles? Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1ADbs51 The X-Bolt Hunter Full Line Dealer rifle is an example of a high-powered rifle that is currently banned in Indiana for deer hunting. State wildlife regulators are weighing a proposal that would allow the use of high-powered rifles to hunt deer in Indiana.

  15. Proposed deer hunting rule divides Indiana hunters

    A proposal that would allow Indiana hunters to use high-powered rifles for deer hunting has divided the state's more than 260,000 deer hunters. Proponents of the rule change being considered by the state's Natural Resources Commission say allowing high-powered rifles would be just as safe as the weapons currently allowed and would give hunters more tools to choose from.

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