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  • Minnesota Gets New Record Elk, Hunter Gets

    Daniel Xu | Fishhound.com
    11/24/2015

    OutdoorHub reported on the massive elk taken by Minnesota hunter Brad Penas back in September, and last week the elk was finally scored by a Boone and Crockett measurer. Randy Dufault made the rack official with a score of 393-2/8, below the initial green score of 404. While it is not surprising for measurements to go down after the mandatory 60-day drying period, what came after was unexpected.

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  • Cold water lures of top pros and guides

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    11/19/2015

    Bass are cold-blooded creatures, meaning their body temperature is the same as that of their surroundings. As the water temperature drops, their digestive process slows dramatically – according to “Bass Professor” Doug Hannon, it takes a bass about four hours to digest a meal in 80-degree water, four days in 50-degree water!

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  • 15 Winter Fishing Destinations

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    11/19/2015

    Here are 15 top winter fishing destinations in the Lower 48. They aren't the only ones. But I was trying for geographic variety so that most readers could reach one or more without having to spring for an airline ticket. So, check the list, check your gear, and scratch the itch.1 OCEAN RUNNERS [WASHINGTON]Steelhead in the Pacific Northwest are perhaps the most intensely politicized fish on earth.

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  • Massive 920 pound Alligator

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    08/26/2015

    The huge alligator recently caught in Lake Eufaulain Alabama weighed in at a whopping 920 pounds.It took six men to pull in and secure the 13-foot 6-inch alligator, according to AL.com.The reptile was caught by friends Scott Evans, Jeff and Justin Gregg on August 14.

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  • Bowfishing – combining two pastimes into one

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    08/17/2015

    Fishing Wire Editor's Note: Today's feature comes to us from the Michigan DNR, but it applies to anglers anywhere who might like to combine a bit of hunting with their fishing. Michigan DNR photosRoy Beasley grew up fishing, but when he discovered bowhunting, he changed his technique. He became a bowfisherman."I still bass fish at my parents' cottage or with the guys at work," he said.

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  • Bass and Wild Game: They’re Not A Whole Lot

    Robert Deventer | Fishhound.com
    08/17/2015

    What do most of the top anglers have in common besides bass fishing? They are also successful hunters. It is said correlation does not imply causation, but something can be said that the anglers who are consistently in the money also bring home the Boone and Crocket bucks.To be a successful hunter, one needs to study his prey.

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  • COLUMN: Tips for hunting, fishing with kids

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/29/2014

    Probably three of my five dedicated readers will attest that this column is notorious for closing most of my Weekly Mistakes with the phrase, "Take a kid huntin' or fishin' … every time you can." But how many of you really know how that is best accomplished? Oh, sure, you may be Mr. Macho or Miss (ugh, what's the female term for macho?) when it comes to hunting and fishing.

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  • Outdoors Column: Big largemouth bass hooked

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/22/2014

    New Jersey’s biggest largemouth bass this year was caught Tuesday at Lake Hopatcong. Arthur Huttemeyer Sr.

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  • 11-year-old hunter bags rare albino deer

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/21/2014

    HOWELL, Mich. — It's rare that an 11-year-old hunter bags a 12-point buck with a crossbow. It's even more rare when that buck is an albino deer. Gavin Dingman of Oceola Township took down the trophy buck last week while hunting with his father, Mick Dingman. "He kind of feels like a rock star right now.

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  • Small Force Watches Over Deer Hunt

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/21/2014

    Saturday saw the opening of rifle deer hunting season in Utah. The hunt has been a tradition for many families who take to the woods during the nine-day season with the goal of bringing home a prize buck. Chris Schulze is a part of a force of conservation officers who have the responsibility to make sure hunting laws are obeyed.

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  • Outdoors Column: Tips for catching bass,

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/20/2014

    Bass are inclined to be holding at all depths right now at Yuma-area waters depending on the changing water temperatures.

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  • 4 Places Where Hunters Are Working to Protect

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/15/2014

    As a dove hunter, Charles Lane spends hours crouched in the South Carolina woods, waiting to hear the telltale flap of wings rise into the air.

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  • Bear Hunters Will Get Cookbooks in New Jersey

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/15/2014

    Hunters who bring in a bear to be weighed in New Jersey once the season starts will receive a cookbook that includes such recipes as "bear on a satay stick" and "grilled bear loin with brown sugar paste" to remind them that the animals are edible. The state isn't necessarily trying to get more people to cook bear.

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  • Commitment key for early-season bow hunters

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/09/2014

    Hunting at any time of year can be a challenge.

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  • Montana Proposes Expanded Hunting

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/09/2014

    Wildlife officials are proposing to keep confidential the names of hunters and trappers who kill any wildlife in Montana, saying that information that can be obtained under the state's right-to-know laws is being used to threaten and harass. An existing state law already bars Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks from disclosing identifying information about hunters who kill bears, mountain lions or wo

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  • Hunting Whitetail Deer in The Weeds

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/07/2014

    Photo by Wayne Van Zwoll We thought Frank was lucky. One day, he shot a 9-point whitetail in its bed after spotting its nose above the grass. Another time, after Ron and I drove a small wood for him, he got a buck that erupted late from a weedy patch as Ron unloaded his .30/30.

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  • A look at myths of duck hunting

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/07/2014

    We hunters are constantly in search of tips and secrets that will help us in the pursuit of prey. We read articles, watch videos, talk to biologists and listen to experienced hunters. There are many great sources of good information. There also is a lot of misinformation out there.

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  • Making sure hunters do the right thing

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/07/2014

    Poaching is a concern amongst hunters with bow hunting season opening this past week in Illinois. After obtaining a hunting license to hunt, one must tag and call in any killed game. According to the Illinois Department of natural resources, the harvest last season was down approximately 15 to 18 percent. The DNR says it is challenging to predict the harvest for the season ahead. Weather could als

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  • Ohio’s deer season dates

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    10/07/2014

    Ohio’s 2014-2015 deer seasons include: • Archery: Sept. 27-Feb. 1, 2015.• Antlerless muzzleloader: Oct. 11-12.• Youth gun: Nov. 22-23.• Gun: Dec. 1-7.• Muzzleloader: Jan. 2-5, 2015. All deer hunters are required to have a valid Ohio hunting license and a valid deer permit.

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  • Take aim at hunting season

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    09/29/2014

    The official 2014-15 hunting and trapping season began to take shape in Pennsylvania on Sept. 1 as geese and mourning dove season opened. As fall marches forward, there will be many more visible signs the season has arrived in earnest. The woods and meadows will turn bright orange as small game season opens in October.

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  • Aberdeen teenagers forge hunting fellowship

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    09/29/2014

    The difference between a successful hunt and an OK hunt can come down to one thing — location — and hunting waterfowl is no different. Waterfowl season opened this weekend, and the American News accompanied an Aberdeen father and a couple teens on Sunday to a slough, where they set out decoys and nestled among the weeds just as the sun started to tint the horizon. The team of hunters included Bret

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  • Varmint Hunting Tips: Clean a Coyote Hide

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    09/29/2014

    I’m a fan of the saying “work smarter, not harder.” With that sentiment, I bring you this photo. It’s easy to prevent getting a hide bloody if you’re a trapper—most of the time. But if you do any predator hunting with a rifle, you know darn well that it’s hard to not end up with bloody hides.

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  • NC commission offers tips to bow and arrow

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    09/25/2014

    For people who go hunting with bows and arrows, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has some safety tips. Hunting education coordinator Travis Casper says safety considerations for using a crossbow, longbow or compound bow are similar to other hunting methods. Casper said hunters should always point the crossbow, longbow, compound bow in a safe direction.

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  • Rule No. 1 is safety first

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    09/25/2014

        The fall hunting season is rolling along with squirrel, dove and archery deer hunting seasons already in full swing and firearms season for deer just around the corner.     No matter what kind of hunting you enjoy make sure that safety is your number one priority.     The present generation of veteran hunters has an obligation to educate our young sportsmen as well as others who are new to the

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  • Pheasants to be released for fall hunting in

    Fishhound Staff | Fishhound.com
    09/25/2014

    The Department of Environmental Conservation says it's about to release 30,000 adult pheasants on lands open to public hunting. The pheasant hunting season begins on October 1 in northern and eastern New York, October 18 in central and western portions, and November 1 on Long Island. Junior hunters, 12-to-15 years old, have the opportunity to hunt the weekend before the regular season starts. A li

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