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Author Archives: Jacob Edson, D&DH managing editor
The deer hunting season in the Northeast has surely been affected by the impacts of Hurricane Sandy; some states for the better, and others for the worse. By Jackie Werner Hurricane Sandy has wrecked havoc across the Northeast, severely hindering … Read More
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said a deer found in Mower County tested positive for rabies after the animal was reported acting sick by a local. DNR officials found the deer shortly before it died and had it tested … Read More
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources recently announced a new app for Android phones (iPhone coming soon?) that will allow hunters to check the exact time for shooting hours in their hunting location. No more confusing maps or forgotten regulations … Read More
Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe today announced that the agency will hold a public meeting to answer questions regarding the 600-square-mile Disease Management Area (DMA) in Adams and York counties and the Executive Order as part of … Read More
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is offering a special youth-only deer hunting opportunity on Dec. 8 near New Bern. The hunt is limited to 15 youth, between 12 and 16 years old, on a first-come, first-served basis with pre-registration … Read More
Hunters will not be able to use bonus antlerless deer licenses this year on some DNR-managed properties in northern Indiana because the extra hunting pressure is not needed to control the population at those sites. The sites are Menominee Wetland … Read More
“I will NEVER get a smartphone,” I said, glaring at the camera as if Rudy, Huntographer extraordinaire, were made entirely of flesh-eating bacteria. “It would ruin the inherent beauty of the hunt,” I added as I looked down to my … Read More
Oft have I been told that I resemble an 8-year old, not only in stature, but also in temperament. I routinely stick my tongue out at loved ones, coworkers and bosses. I laugh uproariously at stupid jokes, I find amusement … Read More
Shooting facilities and shoot organizers are urged to participate in Folds of Honor fundraiser NEWTOWN, Conn. — Shooting facilities and shooting-competition organizers are urged to participate in the inaugural Patriot Range Day, Nov. 8-11, which will support the efforts of … Read More