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The 6 Worst States for Shed Hunting

For varying reasons, these are some of the worst places to hunt for sheds.When it comes to shed hunting, it’s a lot like deer hunting in that some places are just better than others. With that being said, here are some of the worst or most challenging states to look for shed antlers.If you’re regularly finding white gold in these states, you’re having way better [...]

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Video: Coyote Attacks Turkey Decoys: Would You Shoot or Pass?

It’s an all too common scene each spring. Hungry coyotes taking advantage of what looks to be an easy meal as they encounter your turkey decoys. You’ve likely seen it for yourself. If not, just give it some time. It’ll happen sooner or later. Its seems that coyotes are as visible in the spring as much as any other time of the year. That’s why these decoy encounters are [...]

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Trump Called Elephant Hunts a ‘Horror Show’ Despite Lifting Trophy-Hunting Ban.

An elephant walks in Kenya’s Amboseli National Park, with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background. (Goran Tomasevic/Reuters)The Trump administration will allow Americans to bring tusks and other elephant body parts back to this country as trophies, in a pivot away from the support President Trump voiced last year for an Obama-era trophy ban.The decision, announced quietly in a&nb [...]

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South Dakota: House Erases Minimum Age for Hunters Younger Than 10

The state House of Representatives agreed Monday the minimum age of 10 should be erased Dunfor hunting in South Dakota.House members voted 44-20 to send SB 137 for the governor’s review. The Senate approved it 30-4 Feb. 4.Sen. Jason Frerichs, D-Wilmot, was prime sponsor. Lead House sponsor was Rep. Herman Otten, R-Lennox.The minimum age has been 10 for mentored hunting. But 3 [...]

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Washington: Apply for a 2018 Multiple-Season Tag Now

Nothing better than having choices in the deep freeze over winter.Deer and elk hunters have until March 31 to enter their names into the drawing for a 2018 multiple-season tag, which can greatly increase the opportunity for success in the field.The Washing Department of Fish Wildlife will hold the drawing in mid-April, randomly selecting names for 8,500 multiple-season deer tag [...]

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Every Non-Hunter Needs to See This Video from Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Why doesn’t society recognize the good that we as outdoor enthusiasts do?Hunters care about wildlife in ways that often times go wildly misunderstood, especially by anti-hunters.In this short film from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Honoring the Hunted, Shane Mahoney shares his thoughts on that argument and explains how hunters DO care about wildlife.“We care [...]

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