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FWP Eliminating Shoulder Seasons

Recently, the director of Montana FWP informed wildlife managers that the state is moving away from shoulder seasons and will begin calling them early and late antlerless elk seasons. Shoulder seasons began in 2016 as an experimental season with the intent of curbing rising elk populations in areas that are …

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Earn A Lifetime Bonus Point In Arizona!

Arizona Game and Fish Department is offering a lifetime bonus point as a reward for completion of its Ethically Hunting Arizona course. The course is designed to teach the following… Responsibility, safety, skills. Conservation, Fair Chase, ethics, hunter’s image. Planning, preparation, survival skills. Firearm safety, handling, shot selection. Hunting strategies, …

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Risky Business – Late-Season Hunts

“Talk of your cold! through the parka’s fold it stabbed like a driven nail. If our eyes we’d close, then the lashes froze till sometimes we couldn’t see; It wasn’t much fun…” The Cremation of Sam McGee – Robert W. Service Snow, ice, sub-freezing temperatures, bleak landscapes seemingly void of …

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Wyoming CWD Update

According to an article in the Oil City News new areas in our home state of Wyoming have been identified positive for CWD. Deer areas 144, 148 and elk area 41 are the new positives. CWD has been a hot button issue across the West for many years and the …

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Man Killed In Hunting Accident

Reports like these are tough to take. This one made my stomach turn, thinking of the chaos this particular father and son hunting trip ended up being and ultimately ending in an unexpected death of the father. Hunting in the Bighorn Mountains in Wyoming for elk, they were hiking back …

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