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Darwin Huddler's entry of a 6-point Stokes County buck was the winner of North Carolina Sportsman's monthly Bag-a-Buck contest for November.
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A recent investigation by the Ohio Inspector General's office has revealed 18 Ohio Division of Wildlife field officers might have been deer hunting while on the clock.
A local resident has found a way to combine his love of bow hunting and his love of the holidays into a novel Christmas lights display.
Many celebrities look forward to a Barbara Walters interview. Not so with Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson.
What's not to love? Phil Robertson blew off liberal journalist Barbara Walters to go duck hunting.
The Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht is seeking to revoke the hunting licence of a man who has admitted shooting a protected red deer stag.
On the plains of Kansas, Nebraska, the Dakotas, and Montana, whitetails commonly relate to some type of agricultural field, such as corn or alfalfa.
You know how to track a buck in snow: You find a big print, follow it fast while it's beelining, and once it starts to meander or hook, you slow way down and slip in for a shot at your bedded trophy, right? "It doesn't usually happen that way," says Jim Massett, widely regarded as one of the all-time great North Country trackers.
Southeast Missourian The Missouri Conservation Commission has approved 2014 dates for turkey and deer firearms hunting seasons.
When it comes to poaching cases and wildlife crimes, Indianapolis' Near Southside and the city's airport aren't exactly the first places that come to mind.
Barbee Allen came upon a grisly scene Monday morning. Three deer carcasses had been discarded near the corner of her home on Briarcliff Road.
Hunters are often regarded as the enemy by animal activists but in reality the opposite is true; legal hunting helps sustain populations, even trophy hunting.
It's not because there is a lack of game or illness among the state's wildlife - instead the Department of Environmental Conservation will institute a brief "blackout" on the issuance of new hunting, fishing and trapping licenses for up to two weeks while they set up a new computerized system.
You've heard the clich: Whitetails know their turf like you know your living room.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- After a recreational trip turned deadly for two hunters over the weekend, officials are urging others to be cautious.
Jase Robertson says it was at Christmas that he learned just how dedicated his father, Phil, was to duck hunting - which he says is one of his favorite holiday memories.
The state inspector general has issued a report of investigation that found 18 employees from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife acted wrongfully.