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Ted Nugent and Deer & Deer Hunting

Ted Nugent: Deer Hunting Is Ours To Enjoy & Share

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO TED’S CLASSIC MOTOR CITY MADHOUSE   By Ted Nugent A golden mesquite coal medium rare venison infested and spiritually erect greetings and salutations once again my dear deer and deerhunting BloodBrothers all. Can you feel the love L-U-V? Myself, as hopelessly predictable, am helplessly stoned, drunk, inebriated I’m telling you,...

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Poached Giant Costs Man How Much?

Jerry Kaster, 40, of Moravia, pleaded guilty and was assessed the maximum amount of $20,000 in liquidated damages for unlawfully killing of a trophy whitetail deer in Appanoose County. The case began with a call to the Turn in Poachers hotline on Dec. 2, 2010. According to the investigation, Kaster had shot a buck...

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...

Hunters typically go through different stages during their lives, from wanting to shoot just about anything to mellowing out and enjoying the experience.

Where Are You Among the Five Stages of a Hunter?

While doing a little poking around yesterday for an upcoming story, I needed to find the information below and after doing so realized it’s always a good idea for a refresher. By Alan Clemons, Southern Managing Editor This “Five Stages of a Hunter has been kicked around since about the mid 1980s following some...

Ten Sentenced After Four-Year Undercover Poaching Investigation

Ten defendants were sentenced on June 10 in U.S. District Court for illegal hunting activities involving black bears, deer and other wildlife and related offenses in a multi-agency undercover investigation. The sentences are the result of “Operation Something Bruin,” a multi-agency initiative focused on the illegal poaching of bears and other wildlife in North...

Hunting Education Instructors Recognized For Service

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has honored more than 20 volunteer hunter education instructors who have provided training of novice hunters for at least 20 years. “Their effort is vital to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and the state’s hunting community,” said Mike Streeter, Nebraska hunter education coordinator. “Due to their efforts,...

Want To Be A Game Warden?

The Missouri Department of Conservation is accepting applications for its next class of conservation agent trainees. MDC’s Protection Division will select a handful of candidates from hundreds of applicants. The 10-member training class is scheduled to begin March 1, 2014. Selected candidates will then undergo 26 weeks of intense training in all facets of...

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New Bowhunter Education Course Is Online

A new online bowhunter education course is designed to help Nevada bowhunters improve their skills. Bowhunter-ed.com/nevada, which is an official course of the National Bowhunter Education Foundation, teaches bow shooting basics, different methods of bowhunting, and shot placement and recovery techniques. “Offering bowhunter education online makes a lot of sense because we have a...