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Spring Turkey Season Opens May 1st in New York

2013 Spring Turkey Season Opens May 1st in New York

The 2013 spring turkey season opens May 1 in all of upstate New York lying north of the Bronx-Westchester County boundary, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens announced today. “Turkey hunting remains a very popular activity with more than 100,000 turkey hunters taking to the…


Missouri Big Bucks Ready for New Entries

Apply now to add your trophy deer or shed antlers to a database with more than 8,000 records. JEFFERSON CITY–Missouri hunters who have been waiting to enter deer in the Missouri Show-Me Big Bucks Club need wait no longer. The club is accepting applications again. The club was founded in…


Cacapon Resort 3-D Archery Shooting Range Open in West Virginia

Cacapon Resort has gone 3-D. Archery shooting that is, and it’s the newest addition to outdoor sport activities in the West Virginia state park system. The course features 15 – 21 targets made of foam and plastic replicating wildlife game species found in West Virginia along a quarter mile designated…


N.H. Fall Shotgun Turkey Season Is October 13-17, 2008

CONCORD, N.H. – New Hampshire’s five-day fall shotgun turkey hunting season takes place Monday through Friday, October 13-17, 2008, in select Wildlife Management Units (WMUs) in the Connecticut River Valley and southwest portions of the state (WMUs D1, D2, G, H1, H2, I1, I2 and K).  These areas have New…


Practice Should Be On Bowhunters To-Do List

MADISON – Twenty minutes of daily practice with a bow and arrow will not only improve a hunter’s aim but also muscle strength – two factors state hunting safety specialists call crucial to a safe and successful outing. “Hunting with a bow and arrow is not like riding a bike….


Master Archer Byron Ferguson Returns to Stonewall Resort State Park For West Virginia’s Celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Days September 27 and 28

Roanoke, W.Va. – Master archer Byron Ferguson will return as part of the 2008 line-up during West Virginia’s Celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Days at Stonewall Resort State Park September 27 and 28. The event, which draws nearly 20,000 outdoor enthusiasts each year and is the biggest outdoor-oriented event…


Florida Youth Field Day Promises Family Fun

All school-age kids and their families are invited to a free outdoor program called the Youth Field Day on Saturday, Sept. 13 from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., at the Ocala Conservation Center in the Ocala National Forest. The event is free and includes a chance to try shooting a…


Tips For A Safe Archery Hunt

Stay safe this year by following a few, simple rules. Utah’s general archery buck deer hunt and the state’s general archery elk hunt kick off Aug. 16. “Every year we receive reports of archery hunters injuring themselves,” says Gary Cook, hunter education coordinator for the Division of Wildlife Resources. Two…


“Froggers” Ready to Leap After July 1

Bullfrog season a favorite pastime on hot summer nights PRATT — Kansas summer temperatures frequently reach more than 100 degrees, and many Kansans prefer the comfort of air conditioning to the outdoors. Others, however, relish the freedom of summer nights, when shorts and a T-shirt are all that’s needed to…


It’s The Time For Hunting Bullfrogs – All Across Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK – It may be the least talked about but popular Arkansans outdoor activity. It’s frog hunting. Some call it frog gigging. Some just say frogging. We are referring to the warm weather pursuit of bullfrogs, and it occurs all across the state. Yes, there are rules, but they…