Northeast

Articles about whitetail deer hunting for hunters in states including Maine, New York and other New England states.

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Shop Special: Scout Smarter with this Tiny Cam

One of the best things about today’s proliferation of game cameras is the variety of options for high definition photos, video, extended times, flash or infrared and even size, with “micro” cameras now available from a few manufacturers. What this means is hunters and landowners are able to pick and choose what they need...

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The Best Venison Burgers for Your Fourth of July Blowout!

The variety is quite wide when it comes to venison recipes, advice on how to get the best burgers, which spices or how much fat to include in the grind. Everyone does things a little bit differently and that’s what helps make things interesting. Whatever your favorites may be, there’s no debate that the...

Five private land bonus hunts are set for Oklahoma youngsters this season. (Photo: The Oklahoman)

Hunting, Target Shooting Generates Billions in Annual Revenue

National Shooting Sports Foundation’s “Hunting in America” and “Target Shooting in America” reports reveal the broad impact that spending by hunters and target shooters have on America’s economy. Now, responding to demand for a combined report, NSSF has issued “Economic Impact of Hunting and Target Shooting in America,” showing, among other significant statistics, that...

Whitetail Buck Deer (Photo by NPS)

Deer Talk Now: Your Hunting Season Questions Answered!

Are you getting ready for deer hunting season? If so, we’re answering your questions on Deer Talk Now about stands, bows, strategy, food plots and more! Join Dan Schmidt and Brad Rucks for the show where they take your questions and then lend years of insight and experience along with some new product information....

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Common Sense, Technology Critical for Public Land Deer Hunts

Tom Miranda of the Whitetail SLAM has authored a new book, The Rut Hunters. This Tom Miranda blog features excerpts from that book. Nearly every state has an abundance of public land available to hunters, and if you are a “do it yourself” hunter who likes researching, planning and executing hunts, this method can pay off big time in cost and experience....

Stephanie Kwolek was a chemist with DuPont in the 1960s when she discovered the solution and process that became Kevlar. (Photo: DuPont)

Outdoors Lovers Owe Inventor of Kevlar a Big Thank You

Chances are pretty good that you’ve never heard of Stephanie Kwolek and if you have an inkling of what she discovered — Poly-paraphenylene terephthalamide — then you’re pretty doggone smart. Kwolek, who died last week at age 90, was a research chemist who discovered the solution used to create strong, tough aramid fibers that had...

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Leading Charity Evaluator Issues Warning for Animal-Rights Groups

Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest and most-utilized evaluator of charities, has stripped their rating of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and other animal rights groups and replaced them with a “Donor Advisory” warning. Charity Navigator rates organizations from one to four stars, with four being the highest rating possible. According to Charity...

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Saskatchewan Monster Buck with a Bow!

Ah … cold weather, snow falling, a comfortable ground blind and a legitimate “OMG! It’s a giant!” buck within bow range. It’s not too hard to think about winter right now with summer upon us but deer season will be here soon. Check out Pat Reeve of Driven TV to see him with this...

Does are in the crosshairs in West Virginia.

Game Commission Increases Permits for Antlerless Deer Hunts

The Pennsylvania Game Commission is enlisting assistance from hunters in an effort to slow the spread of chronic wasting disease. The Game Commission has developed a permit that can be used to hunt antlerless deer, but can be used only within the boundaries of what is known as Disease Management Area 2 – the...