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Deer Numbers Down Due to Management, ‘External Forces’

Whitetail deer numbers are down in one state due to what state wildlife officials say is a combination of hunting via management programs and an uncontrollable disease that hit the population hard in some areas a couple of years ago. Indiana deer hunters should expect another productive season in 2014, although they may see...

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Tag the Buck of a Lifetime with Big Buck Tactics

Discover the secret to tagging huge whitetail bucks this season by picking up a copy of Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine’s special issue of Big Buck Tactics, available on newsstands now. The experts share with readers how the professionals get it done in this new special issue from Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine. This...

Feral hogs are a terrible problem for deer hunters and land managers in many Southeast states.

Top Tips on Controlling Feral Hogs on Your Property

One of the worst nuisance animals around is the feral hog, which breeds like crazy, tears up food plots, agriculture fields and pastures, and is a threat to wildlife populations due to competition for many of the same food sources. They’re prolific in the Southeast and Southwest states, and are moving north. State and...

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Deer Importation Lands Trio in Hot Water With Feds

Importing deer illegally is a no-no in many states, with wildlife agencies prohibiting the movement of deer for fear of introduction of diseases among the main reasons for the laws. That doesn’t stop some people from moving deer from one state to another, though. With the number of high fence breeding and preserve operations...

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Generous Deer Hunters Provide How Many Meals?

When it comes to helping others, hunters are among the most generous despite the terrible propaganda foisted by the unknowledgeable and anti-hunting crowd who crows mightily, not to mention mainstream media that often misses or ignores the good works. The amount of nutritious venison donated annually by deer hunters, and others, throughout the country...

Stacy Harris has three cookbooks and a DVD about sustainable living and venison recipes. Click the photo to learn more ...

Sustainable Living Author Set to Sign on Goat Hill

Alabama’s stunning state capitol is built on one of the highest points in Montgomery and is nicknamed Goat Hill for, back in the day, its use as a pasture in which goats roamed. According to the Alabama Archives, Andrew Dexter, one of the founders of the town, had held on to a prime piece of...

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Knock, Knock. Who’s There? A Deer in the Hotel?

Imagine being the guy at the front desk when this deer decides to check in for the night … or maybe not. A clattering of noisy feet and banging around in a college town hotel usually means specials like nickel beer or jello shooters at McSlobber’s Pub. But this buck wild experience at the...

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DDH Condolences to True Outdoors Family

The Deer & Deer Hunting family expresses its condolences to longtime writer and contributor Toby Bridges, whose partner, Christy Cay Steigers-Bridges, lost her battle Oct. 25 due to lengthy complications following surgery for a brain aneurysm. She and Bridges were married for seven years, which he says “have been the best seven years of my...

Researchers found multiple sightings of the Kashmir musk deer during a 2008-09 search in Afghanistan, the first sighting in 60 years. (Photo: Wikipedia)

Fanged ‘Vampire Deer’ Found in Remote Forest

Ghosts, haints, swamp beasts, hobgoblins and the creepy dismembered ol’ farmer with the rusty pitchfork … they’re all part of deer camp lore. Just like black panthers, which don’t exist either, the good ol’ ghost stories are fun to tell around the fire or lay on the newbie. Send him to the Creature Stand,...