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Minnesota lawmakers push for wolf hunting season to begin this fall
Grand Rapids Herald-Review    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Minnesota hunters may be able to open their annual excursions to wolf hunting for the first time in 30 years, starting this fall. The Department of Natural Resources is proposing a wolf hunting season beginning in November, and closing when the quota of 400 wolves is reached. Range legislators in both the House and Senate are authoring bills reflecting the DNR's proposal. House author, DFL Rep. David Dill of Crane Lake, supports the measure. More

DNR looking for safe and responsible hunter mentors
Alexandria Echo Press    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
People who have paid attention to recent outdoors newspaper, magazine and television stories may have noticed pictures of beaming youths following a successful hunt. What's often missing from the picture is the young hunter's mentor who made such a successful experience possible. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is in need of additional mentors to serve as guides for its safety training programs, particularly the "All Day Range and Field Day" portion of the hunter firearms safety course found at www.HUNTERcourse.com. More

Three Idaho bills propose hunting changes
Idaho Statesman    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Three bills before the Idaho Legislature this year would expand one of big-game hunting's most controversial practices: Selling tags to hunt Idaho wildlife to the highest bidder. Senate Bills 1282 and 1283 would allow the sale of tags held by landowners for whatever price they could bring. Senate Bill 1256 would allow the Idaho Department of Fish and Game to provide tags to be auctioned for big-game hunts. More

Fairbanks game committee OKs revised cow moose hunting rules
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The Fairbanks Fish and Game Advisory Committee overwhelmingly agreed to a watered-down version of a cow moose hunt on the Tanana Flats in Fairbanks, Alaska. The committee voted 13-1 to reauthorize an antlerless moose hunt in unit 20A south of Fairbanks and 12-2 to reauthorize an antlerless hunt in unit 20B, which covers much of the road system around Fairbanks. More

Michigan hunting program for children to get going
The Associated Press via Chicago Tribune    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Michigan's new hunting program for children will start this year, with licenses on sale starting March 1. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced that the Michigan Natural Resources Commission approved the program aimed at introducing children under the age of 10 to hunting and fishing. It's called the Mentored Youth Hunting program. A recent law eliminated the minimum hunting age, allowing children under 10 to hunt with an adult who's at least 21 years old. Under the rules for the new youth program, the adult must have previous hunting experience and possess a valid Michigan hunting license. More

Glynn Harris: A bumper year for trophy bucks in Louisiana
Bastrop Daily Enterprise    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
The deer season that just ended in Louisiana goes down as a whopping success, writes the columnist. "No, I didn't get my buck but I had the opportunity to interview and write about scores of other hunters who did. I came away from this past season with enough evidence to validate that Louisiana takes a back seat to few other states when it comes to producing trophy bucks." More

As gray wolves return, so does debate over hunting
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Wyoming has finally struck a deal with the federal government regarding how gray wolves will be treated once the state takes over. But environmentalists believe the agreement denies wolves an important refuge. There weren't any wolves in Wyoming until the federal government reintroduced them in the 1990s. Now there are at least 329 in the state. But the state is eager to shrink the population because wolves kill livestock and game. More

Effect of 2011 dry spell produces struggle for deer season
San Angelo Standard Times    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
The West Texas deer season wrapped up in January and, as expected, it was the worst season in recent memory. The drought of 2011 had a devastating impact on the deer herd and forced hunters, guides and taxidermists to scramble to make the best of a bad situation. Deer numbers were way down and fawns didn't survive. Antler growth was stunted in bucks. The business of deer hunting was bad as the cost of deer feed went up while the quality of the herd went down. More


 
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