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Bow hunters will help cull deer herd at Ohio base
The Associated Press via Grand View Outdoors    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
An Ohio Air Force Base is again opening part of its property to bow hunters to help cull the deer herd. The Dayton Daily News reports that bow hunters will be able to take aim on a section of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base now through Feb. 3. A random lottery will pick 65 hunters to participate. Darryn Warner, the natural resources program manager at the base, said it's the second year for an archery hunt at Wright-Patterson. Last year, hunters killed nine deer on the base. More

Texas hunters have high hopes for deer season
Waco Tribune-Herald    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Hunters across the state heralded the opening of deer season, and expectations are high for finding above-average numbers of healthy, mature bucks. Wildlife experts attribute the improved hunting prospects to better habitat and population management techniques on the part of landowners and hunters, adding that a lower harvest in 2011 and some timely precipitation set the stage for a good season this fall. To make matters better, abundant forage should result in higher fawn production and antler quality. "Hopefully, hunters will find what they're looking for this fall," said Alan Cain, deer program leader with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. More

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Hunters more than halfway to 1st Wyoming wolf quota
The Associated Press via Grand View Outdoors    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Hunters easily are on track to max out their kill limit for the first wolf season in Wyoming since the animals were reintroduced to the Yellowstone region in the 1990s. That contrasts with Montana, which fell well short of its statewide limit last year and in a couple months is about to supplement hunting with trapping to help achieve its wolf population goals. A trophy game season for wolves in the northwest corner of Wyoming outside Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks began Oct. 1 and ends Dec. 31. More

Deer hunt planned for Panola Mountain State Park in Georgia
Atlanta Journal-Constitution    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Because of an overabundance of deer, hunters will be allowed to hunt in Panola Mountain State Park in Georgia, officials said. About 40 hunters chosen by a lottery process will take part in the hunt Nov. 13-14, said Eric Van De Genachte with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The 1,635-acre park near Stockbridge contains about 60 deer per square mile, which would equal about 150 animals. Wildlife officials recommend a deer population of 15 to 20 deer per square mile. More

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Weather affecting early-season elk hunting in Colorado
Craig Daily Press    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Because of warm weather dominating most of the fall, hunting has not been as productive as Craig and the surrounding areas are accustomed to. According to Mike Porras, the public information officer for Colorado Parks and Wildlife's northwest region, two seasons of hunting have been less successful than normal. Elk hunting in Parks and Wildlife's area six, which includes Moffat, Rio Blanco and parts of Garfield and Routt counties, has been characterized as below-average by a small margin. More

When hunting rabbits, think of the weather
The Newark Advocate    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Ohio's cottontail rabbit season opened Nov. 2, and hunting was reasonably good. Rabbit numbers are up a little, and although the early days were cold and damp and put the animals into thicker cover, some rabbits ended up in the skillet. Those who hunt with hard-working, little beagle dogs never will have a problem, because if there's a bunny around, they'll find it. And gunners who hunt the traditional way, lining six to eight men across the edge of a field or brushy area and walking through are going to find some, too — if they walk long enough. Such hunters can save a lot of pointless walking if they pay attention to weather and plan their hunts with weather in mind. More

Deer rut improves hunting in 1st week of Montana big-game season
Independent Record    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
A bit of early whitetail mating activity helped some hunters in the first week of Montana's general big-game season. Almost one out of 10 hunters coming through Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 2 check stations had game the first weekend. Many of those were coming out of the Blackfoot River country northeast of Missoula, according to FWP biologist Jay Kolbe. More


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