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  • Planting, Managing Food Plots Can Benefit Quail
    Story : Posted 04-17-2015

    Planting, Managing Food Plots Can Benefit Quail

    Like them or hate them, food plots are an active part of today's wildlife management. For land managers who choose to incorporate them into their management plans, food plots can help complement the native habitat by providing additional food and cover resources, especially for quail.

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  • Kentucky's Spring Turkey Season Opener
    Story : Posted 04-17-2015

    Kentucky's Spring Turkey Season Opener

    The wait is almost over for turkey hunters in Kentucky. A calendar shift pushed the state's 23-day general spring wild turkey season back this year to the third weekend in April. It opens Saturday, April 18 and runs through May 10.

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  • Get the Most out of Perennial Plots
    Story : Posted 04-16-2015

    Get the Most out of Perennial Plots

    By far one of the most planted food plot species is clover. For many, clover is clover. But between reds and whites, annuals and perennials, there are a lot of differing characteristics that not only affect the performance of a food plots but also the cost of establishment.

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  • Dealing with Hung-Up Turkeys in Redneckville
    News : Posted 04-16-2015

    Dealing with Hung-Up Turkeys in Redneckville

    These days, most people know Michael Waddell as an Outdoor Channel rock star who serves as the chief antler collector for hunting's woodsy “Brotherhood.”

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  • Gunning with Sgt. Gunny
    News : Posted 04-15-2015

    Gunning with Sgt. Gunny

    To the casual visitor last weekend at the 144th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Nashville, Tenn. – “NashVegas” as some people like to call the capitol of country music – it was readily apparent that the Music City Center was a busy, happening kind of a place.

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  • Midday, Early Season Jelly Heads
    News : Posted 04-15-2015

    Midday, Early Season Jelly Heads

    With many seasons already open, the annual malady of longbeard fever is sweeping the land. Take North Texas and southern Oklahoma for instance, where seasons have been open for more than a week.

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  • Wisconsin's War on Deer Management – Part 2
    News : Posted 04-15-2015

    Wisconsin's War on Deer Management – Part 2

    The discussion and drama following Wisconsin's disappointing deer hunting season and the debate about the future direction of herd management continues to grow as the 2014 gun season saw a 15-percent decrease in harvest from 2013.

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  • Deep Fried Wild Turkey Fingers
    Recipe : Posted 04-15-2015

    Deep Fried Wild Turkey Fingers

    Turkey never tasted so good. Try this recipe today!

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  • One New Positive CWD Case Found in West Texas
    Story : Posted 04-14-2015

    One New Positive CWD Case Found in West Texas

    Chronic wasting disease (CWD) was detected in only one of 222 tissue samples that were collected from hunter harvested deer and elk from the Trans Pecos ecoregion during the 2014–15 season as part of a CWD surveillance effort.

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  • Thompson/Center Arms Reintroduces The G2 Contender
    Story : Posted 04-14-2015

    Thompson/Center Arms Reintroduces The G2 Contender

    Thompson/Center Arms makes it easier than ever for sportsmen and women to experience the versatility and performance of an interchangeable firearms platform through the reintroduction of the venerable G2 Contender.

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