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Stay updated on the latest news going on in the whitetail world! From jaw-dropping record bucks, news from state agencies and organizations and weird happenings with deer and deer hunters, the D&DH team stays on top of all things deer.

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Pursuit Channel HD Signs Carriage Agreements with Verizon, CenturyLink

The quest by Pursuit Channel to become America’s most important provider of independently produced outdoor programming took another giant step forward in 2016 when Fios by Verizon and Prism TV by CenturyLink signed separate carriage agreements to make Pursuit Channel in full high-definition available to all of their respective subscribers in the United States....

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Alabama Bans Deer Parts From CWD-Affected Areas

This spring Alabama’s Conservation Advisory Board took steps to strengthen existing hunting regulations aimed at preventing the unintentional import of disease pathogens associated with game animals harvested outside the state. Alabama hunting regulation 220-2-.25, which addresses the importation of game animals, wildlife and furs, was expanded to ban the import of all cervid (deer...

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Boone and Crockett Revises Popular Edition on Scoring Big Game

The Boone and Crockett Club announces the release of the newest edition of “How to Score North American Big Game.” The book offers the most up-to-date scoring techniques with easy-to-follow instructions for scoring all 38 categories of North American big-game animals. The new edition is set to release in July 2016. “This informative reference...

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WATCH: What You Should Know About EHD

Deer hunters know a lot but always can learn more, which is where advice and knowledge from experienced folks pays off. What do you know about epizootic hemorrhagic disease? It’s one of several hot topic diseases in deer that hunters know of but often don’t know much about. Here’s a description of EHD from...

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Friends, Family and Public Land Comprise Majority of Access

Whether public or private, the amount of land available to hunters is limited and in many areas, shrinking. As a result, the cost to go hunting is expected to rise as sportsmen are obligated to compete for limited access. For hunters unable to pay for greater hunting access, this is a critical issue, especially...

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Bicentennial Edition of Remington Country Joins Pursuit Channel on Sunday Nights

Remington Country, a pioneering television series that first achieved national broadcast status in the late 1990s, will continue its long-running legacy this fall on the Pursuit Channel. With a renewed emphasis on North American game – pursued largely by outdoors enthusiasts intrinsic to America’s most iconic hunting and firearms brand – Remington Country will...

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Deer Hunters Cringe as Wolf Population Increases by 16 Percent

  If one of the worst predators on deer increased in population by 16 percent in one year in your area or state you’d probably be pretty doggone concerned. You might be more concerned, or even pretty doggone mad, if there were no hunting or trapping season for these predators thanks to government and court...

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Super Hunt Proceeds to Benefit P&Y Outreach Programs

The Pope and Young Club is offering two hunting adventures as part of its Super Hunt Drawing, with 100 percent of sales from hunt-drawing tickets going to the club’s Conservation, Education and Outreach Programs. The Grand Prize is a 10-day Trophy Mountain Caribou Hunt with world-renowned Nahanni Butte/NWT Outfitters. This hunt will take you to the remote backcountry...

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Gallagher Appointed to TSAA Board of Directors

Tom Gallagher has joined the board of directors of the Tree Stand Safety Awareness organziation, which works to bring safety awareness to the public. Gallagher has been actively involved in the outdoors industry for more than four decades. He played an instrumental role in the evolution of tree stands and related hunting products. Gallagher...

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Printing Error Results in Extra Deer Hunting Permits

Several thousand nonresident hunters who successfully drew Kansas deer permits from the April drawing received a surprise mailing in early June. Due to a printing error at a fulfillment service contracted to print and mail permits to the 21,225 successful applicants, nearly 3,260 hunters received duplicate mailings. A successful applicant should have received only...