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Kentucky is one of the country's top states for producing big bucks.

Top Deer Hunting State Proposes Big Fee Increase for Non-Resident Hunters

One of the country’s top destination states for deer hunters seeking big bucks and elk is considering a sizable increase in its non-resident fees, although state officials classify the recent proposal by its wildlife commission as “modest.” Here’s the press release from the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Department: The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission...

gray wolf hunting

Mysterious Gray Wolf Far South of Natural Home Range Surprises Hunter, Officials

Federal officials recently confirmed that an animal killed by a hunter near Munfordville in Hart County, Kentucky, on March 16 is a gray wolf. A DNA analysis performed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Wildlife Research Center in Colorado determined the 73-pound animal was a federally endangered gray wolf with a genetic makeup...

Feral hogs can wreak havoc in summer on food plots for wildlife and agricultural plots. Using game cameras to identify sounders and then trap them can help control populations. (Photo: ADCNR)

Best Game Camera Tips For Controlling Feral Hogs On Your Deer Hunting Land

Every year in Alabama and elsewhere, hunters and wildlife managers use motion-activated game cameras to monitor wildlife populations on their properties. By Chris Jaworowski Though game cameras most often are used by deer hunters and managers, landowners with feral hogs are increasingly using game cameras to improve hog trapping success rates. Game cameras allow...