Apr 24th

2022

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Alberta Shed Hunter Picks Up Moose-like Whitetail Shed Miles

February 18, 2022 By Blake Garlock Rob Kennedy is a die-hard shed hunter. He fixes fences and does other jobs to gain permission on properties so he can spend shed season scouring the landscape for freshly dropped sheds. “It’s what I love to do,” says Rob. “My brothers and I live for it.” In January, […]

Apr 16th

2022

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Iguana Hunter Kills Giant Invasive Lizards in Florida

Mike Kimmel makes a living culling invasive iguanas and guiding clients on lizard shoots. His Drahthaar, Otto, is a trained iguana retriever By Bob McNally | Published Feb 24, 2022 2:45 PM Mike Kimmel with his biggest iguana to date. Mike Kimmel Invasive green iguanas have been spreading through Florida for years. The lizards, which […]

Apr 8th

2022

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Hunters for Deer challenges municipal setback laws across New York

Bill Conners New York State Environmental Conservation Law allows archers to discharge their longbows and compound bows within 150 feet of a dwelling or other occupied structure. When using a crossbow, that restriction is pushed back to 250 feet. Firearms setbacks are much more stringent; firearms cannot be discharged within 500 feet of an occupied dwelling or […]

Mar 30th

2022

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How to Hunt Late Winter Cottontails | MeatEater Hunting

Cottontail hunting is consistently underrated. The practice has declined in popularity over the years, and I can’t see why—it’s exciting, accessible, inexpensive, and offers some of the best table fare you can find in the woods. And while popular practice and opinion may say differently, one person who definitely agrees with me is Kevin Murphy. […]

Mar 28th

2022

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Hunt Like A Girl Experience – Shoot Like A Girl

Hunt Like A Girl turkey season is just around the corner. Below please find a quick read from one of our Instructor Staff on a hunt we hosted last year. Be on the look out for the upcoming Hunt Like A Girl/Beretta USA Turkey Hunt Contest. One lucky winner will be joining us in Kansas […]

Mar 26th

2022

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5 Reasons to Turkey Hunt this Spring

If you are eager to spend more time outside now that spring has arrived, turkey hunting could be your next big adventure! This fast-paced, engaging hunt is perfect for newbies and novices. The season is fast approaching, with Youth Day on Saturday, April 30 and the season opening to all hunters May 2 – June 4, 2022. 1. Spring […]

Mar 25th

2022

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On Target: Private concert with the Josh Abbott Band

Don’t miss this private event in support of our in-school outdoor education program–deadline for sponsors is April 1! This year’s “On Target” benefit concert is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate OTF’s tremendous growth and life-changing impact on nearly 80,000 kids annually in 800 schools in 45 states! OTF is shooting for the goal of raising […]

Mar 24th

2022

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Endangered Sturgeon Found in Toyota Safely Released

A federally protected 5-foot fish is swimming again after being poached in Northern California. The illegal take happened at a popular fishing spot near Tracy. A witness called the state’s poaching hotline to report a man catching a green sturgeon and stuffing it in the back of his SUV. The tipster also had photos of […]

Mar 18th

2022

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Chapter Spotlight: DSC Northeast – Dallas Safari Club

As officers transitioned out after years of dedicated service to DSC Northeast, Frank Herrick took the reins of the chapter to continue the mission that they had worked so hard on over the previous six years. Based out of Connecticut, this regional DSC chapter serves the states of Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Maine, Massachusetts, […]

Mar 12th

2022

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Hunters who thought they killed an 8-point buck got a big surprise when they got home

It is not often that a hunter gets a chance to take an 8-point buck, so when a group of Alabama hunters got the rare opportunity, they were pretty excited. But, according to a report, when they got the deer with the big rack back home and started cleaning it, they were startled. Turns out, […]

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