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Stalking feral hogs: Lessons learned

Texas, like many states, has thousands of feral hogs roaming the countryside. With a keen nose and relatively high intelligence, hogs are challenging to hunt — even though there are so many out there. Texas has no closed season and no bag limit, which makes them even...

source: By John McAdams
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It always pays to plan ahead —­ even in deer hunting. It seems a long way off — and whether you are a bow or a gun hunter — the frosty mornings will be here before you know it. Step one is to remind yourself that the deadline for submitting your...

source: Sun Journal

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife's Shared Habitat Alliance for Recreational Enhancement program will be providing public access for big game and upland game hunts this fall. Hunters with a valid California hunting license...

source: Lake County News

About 150 years ago, a new 15-round Henry repeater brought shock and awe to Civil War battlefields. Today, we refer to that gun's progeny as classic deer rifles. But before hunters would fully embrace the lever gun — first chambered for anemic rimfire rounds —...

source: Field & Stream

To empathize with the mountain goats of the Cascade Range, imagine the apocalypse has come and your extended family members are the only survivors on besieged Capitol Hill, Washington. Now it's time to have children. Unless you want to marry a cousin, you must reach another...

source: The Seattle Times

A new raffle system launched by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department this year has generated more than $665,000 for the department's budget and has produced some very happy hunters in the process. Since early January, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department sold 50,266...

source: Wyoming Tribune Eagle

Visitors to Range Creek Canyon in the Book Cliffs in Utah typically head to the remote area to experience its treasure trove of archaeological sites — but they may also be spotting some surprising wildlife. Moose have shown up in the hot, arid and usually dusty canyon...

source: The Salt Lake Tribune

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