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    One Illinois family says they are heartbroken after conservation officers seized their pet bobcat, which is also a registered emotional support animal. The bobcat named Capone was taken by the Illinois Department of Conservation Police on Sept. 28, 2018. Mayweather told the Belleville News-Democrat she applied for a permit to...


  • Southwest Rut Report: Daylight Activity Is Increasing Significantly

    Deer season continues to press onward. And the deer are beginning to cooperate. Here’s what you need to know. Texas Things are still happening in the Lone Star State. Close friend Steven Tisdale, a hard-core bowhunter in northwest Texas, says much of the state received much-needed rain recently, which has...


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    20 Things to Know About Deer Body Language and Behavior

    As a prey species, deer communicate through vocalization, body language and scent. A deer uses its whole body — ears, eyes, nose, hair and tail. Whether used singly or in combination, they serve to warn other deer of potential danger, identify family members, convey family relationships, help find mates and...


  • 10 Tips for Deer Hunting with a Muzzleloader

    Hunting deer with a muzzleloader has advantages, including honing your hunting skills, providing a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment and it can help fill your freezer. Muzzleloader hunting requires you to get close, closer than is necessary for most centerfire rifle hunters. That’s part of the allure said Realtree pro...


  • Spinach-and-Artichoke-Dip-Stuffed Venison Backstrap Recipe

    It might be a toss up around here over which is the more popular dish, spinach and artichoke dip or grilled backstrap. This recipe combines the two by butterflying a section of backstrap, topping it with a mixture of cream cheese, chopped spinach, chopped artichoke hearts, and shredded parmesan cheese...


  • Deer Struck By Vehicle Almost Hits Cyclist

    Wow, that was a close call. Peter Flur and his friends were finishing up a 45-mile ride in Union County, North Carolina, when the cameras he had attached to the front and back of his bike captured something quite extraordinary. As the group of bikers crested Forest Lawn Drive in...


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    5 Risky But Effective Deer Hunting Strategies

    Deer hunting is about making the right choices at the right time to put in the right position to take a deer. But mature buck hunting is about taking calculated risks — because each trip afield has the potential to alert him to your presence. And while a bumped buck...


  • Northwest Rut Report: Things Are Beginning to Pick Up

    The middle of October is here, and the deer hunting is beginning to heat up, but just a little. Here’s what you need to know moving into the weekend and next week. Washington and Idaho What a difference a week makes. Weather in the Northwest made a hard turn into...


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