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  • Bass Pro Shops Helps Fund DU Efforts

    Conservation is a key ingredient to the waterfowl world. As reported here often, without groups like Ducks Unlimited and Delta Waterfowl, I highly doubt we’d have such continued strong fall flights. Conserving wetland habitat is a key ingredient to the program, and no group has done more for that effort...

  • Bluetongue Strikes Idaho Whitetails

    Idaho officials estimate almost 1,000 white-tailed deer have died from an outbreak of bluetongue disease. According to a press release from the state’s Department of Fish and Game , the disease has affected herds in the Grangeville, Whitebird, Harpster, Juliaetta, Kendrick, Troy, Deary and other areas this summer. Still, biologists...

  • South Carolina Deer Season Suspended

    You hope things like this never happen, but sometimes they do. According to NBC News, earlier this week, Hurricane Joaquin dumped 11 trillion gallons of water on North Carolina and South Carolina alone. The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) released a statement earlier today stating they were contemplating...

  • Hearty Venison Stew

    This is a favorite winter meal around here. The secret to the rich, meaty flavor is to start it on the stove top and brown the venison well in bacon grease, then finish the cooking process low and slow in the oven. A Dutch oven or enameled casserole pan with...

  • Send Us A Photo OF Your Hunting Dog

    Your hunting dog is more than just a pet. He or she is likely considered a member of your family, your best friend and favorite hunting companion. We know you love to show off your hunting dog and we want to help. Email a photo of your canine hunting buddy...

  • Graphic Car Collision With Deer

    Cool winds are blowing and green leaves are changing to shades of red, orange, and yellow. It’s fall, and the rut isn’t far off. The rut generally brings excitement and joy to a hunter. But it can also bring stress to a motorist. As deer activity increases, sightings increase. As...

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