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Pistol Cartridge Rifles Proposed for Ohio Deer Hunters

The Ohio Wildlife Council received the 2014-15 hunting proposals on Wednesday, Feb. 5 for deer season dates, changes to deer bag limits and the possibility of allowing some straight-walled rifle cartridges for deer hunting, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Ohio deer hunters and other interested parties are invited to share their...

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Will You Fill Out a Deer Hunting Survey This Year?

Forty thousand of the approximately 120,000 hunters who hunted deer in Kansas last season will be contacted by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism via an online survey. The survey, which is conducted every year, asks deer hunters to provide information regarding harvest success, dates and seasons hunted, days spent in the...

Managing Deer Populations and Goals the Topic of Public Meetings

Deer populations and how to manage them in portions of southeastern Minnesota will be the topic of two Department of Natural Resources public meetings scheduled in February. Population goals will be set for all 300-series permit areas with the exception of 338 and 339, which are just south and west of the Twin Cities...

Conservation Board Wants Input From Hunters

The Alabama Conservation Advisory Board will hold its first scheduled meeting of 2014 on March 1, in Montgomery. The meeting will take place at the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries, Richard Beard Building Auditorium located at 1445 Federal Dr. in Montgomery.  Registration for those wishing to address the board will be from 8...

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Ted Nugent: School is in Session – Hunting Education 101

The kids’ eyes looked like they would bug out of their happy faces. Oohs and ahhhs permeated the 4th grade classroom and the boys and girls were clearly gaga with fascinated excitement. I hauled the giant buffalo head around the room as I told thrilling stories of wild Indians on horseback with their bows...

Massive Poaching Investigation Ends With Jail, Fines

A massive investigation into illegal hunting activities has resulted in jail sentences, fines and other penalties for more than two dozen in multiple states. “Operation Cimmaron” resulted in two outfitters selling hunts in Texas and more than two dozen hunters being prosecuted. The investigation began a decade ago following citations written by Texas wildlife...

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Ted Nugent: A Deer Hunt Of A Lifetime

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO TED’S CLASSIC WEEKEND WARRIORS   By Ted Nugent Well here we go again backstrappers! Uncle Ted right back at ya here at deeranddeerhunting.com. And yet another loud and proud terminal backstrap breath greetings to my DeerandDeerhunting BloodBrothers all. I am oh so confident that, like mine, your freezers are full...

Hunter Ed Courses to be Streamlined?

A public hearing will be held on proposed changes to the New Hampshire Hunter Education rules on Sept. 30 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting is open to the public and will be held at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive in Concord Fish and Game is proposing to combine the...

Ted Nugent on Deer & Deer Hunting

Ted Nugent: Deer Hunters Pay Their Fair Share

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO TED’S CLASSIC DOG EAT DOG   By Ted Nugent It is welcome news to conservationists that President Obama and former Secretary of State Clinton are stepping up efforts to combat poaching on the Dark Continent. While no one has actual knowledge of the dollars funneled to terrorist groups due to...

Hotline Calls Lead to Conviction of Four on Multiple Wildlife Charges

Anonymous tips through a telephone hotline helped wildlife officials during an investigation into illegal hunting activities that resulted in multiple charges, convictions and penalties for four men. On Aug. 22, 2013, Joseph A. Benjamin, age 44, of Walpole, N.H., pled guilty in the New Hampshire 8th Circuit Keene District Court to a Class A...