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Alsheimer Responds to Nugent Article

Deer & Deer Hunting’s most respected and longest standing contributing field editor provides his thoughts and opinions on Ted Nugent, his latest article in D&DH, and what Nugent’s outspoken presence means for hunting and its future. OPINION BLOG By Charles Alsheimer Thank you for doing an honest assessment of Ted Nugent’s two run ins...

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Hunting is Green, Sustainable Living

In The Stand With Keith Warnke Our tradition of hunting is a modern answer to environmental concerns. By Keith Warnke, Wisconsin DNR Hunting and Shooting Sport Coordinator I always knew that one of my primary reasons for hunting is to obtain food. I enjoy everything about using wild game as food — all the...

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Will Wisconsin Privatize Public Land?

Guest blog provided by the Wisconsin Citizens Media Cooperative Walker to Deer Hunters: Pay Up or Get Lost Deer hunting may soon join open government and good schools on the pile of Wisconsin traditions trashed by Governor Scott Walker. Each November, hundreds of thousands of Wisconsinites take to the woods to hunt, thinning our...

Deer Antler Sheds: Unfinished Business

Shed Hunting Guest Blog, #15 by Lon Sherman True, it was Arnold Schwarzenegger was the once who popularized the phrase, “I’ll be baaack,” but I was the one who was saying it today. Remember the antler that was frozen in time? Well, I couldn’t forget about it. And today was the day to take...

Deer Antler Sheds: Two Lucky Finds

  Shed Hunting Guest Blog, #14 by Lon Sherman This heat is really slowing me down. I guess that’s what happens when you’re retired. But, hey, I’m not going to let a little thing like that keep me out of the deer woods! Every day is a blessing, and every day teaches me something...

Deer Antler Sheds: Biggest Racks of All Time

Shed Hunting Guest Blog #13 by Lon Sherman If you look for deer antler sheds long enough, you’re bound to find some big ones, weird ones and even some matched sets. I’ve been fortunate to find all of the above over the years, including these dandies. Of the hundreds of antlers my son, Lance, and...