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  • Duo spends a week on the road in Northland, looking for ruffed grouse

    Shortly after sunrise on a misty October morning, the maroon pickup rolled west out of Ely. It was Day Five of Nick Larson and Garrett Mikrut's "Ruffed Grouse Road Trip." What an idea. Two 28-year-olds. Three pointing dogs. Two double-barrels. Seven...
  • UConn 66, Bryant 53: Wrapping Things Up At Gampel

      STORRS – A few notes, quotes, thoughts from UConn’s win over Bryant to start the season. No need for hand-wringing yet. UConn won going away, outscoring Bryant 38-16  over the last 15 minutes or so, and UConn was shorthanded. There...
  • Around Town: Within city limits, hunting is an illegal activity

    Camouflage-clad hunters, armed with bow and arrows, park on our streets and sneak onto our city trails. (“Deer draw sportsmen to La Cañada area,” Valley Sun, Nov. 5) La Cañadans, walking the trails, have encountered these clowns. Sitcom? No....
  • Outdoors notebook

    Outdoors notebook
    Lifetime licenses: Gov. Rick Scott signed an executive order Thursday to offer Lifetime Sportsman's Licenses for Florida residents 21 and younger for $500 — half the current cost of $1,000 — from Nov. 24-Dec. 31. The license covers saltwater...
  • Hunter Injured Falling From Tree Stand

    CANTON – A 50-year old Plainville man suffered a broken leg and injuries to his back and head after he fell 25 feet while attempting to climb to a tree stand while hunting Thursday morning. The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental...
  • Gov. Scott offers Lifetime Sportsman's License discount for young people

    Gov. Scott offers Lifetime Sportsman's License discount for young people
      Gov. Rick Scott signed an executive order Thursday to offer Lifetime Sportsman’s Licenses for Florida residents 21 and younger for $500 – half the current cost of $1,000 – from Nov. 24-Dec. 31.   The license covers saltwater...
  • Couple seeks to stop deer-dog hunts near home

    Couple seeks to stop deer-dog hunts near home
    TALLAHASSEE — A retired U.S. Air Force pilot and National Rifle Association member wants the state to stop hunters from using dogs to track down deer around his Panhandle property. Claiming they have been threatened by hunters and that dogs...
  • On The Fly: Belichick Gives A Straight Answer About Vinatieri

    On The Fly: Belichick Gives A Straight Answer About Vinatieri
    The Patriots meet up with old friend Adam Vinatieri Sunday when they play Indianapolis. Hard to believe he has been gone from New England since 2005. He spent 10 seasons with the Patriots and is in his ninth season with the Colts. He has 468 career...
  • Deer hunting trip is a four-generation tradition for North Dakota family

    Wayne Mortrud was a teenager, barely old enough to hunt, when he joined his dad on a deer hunting trip to the Riverdale, N.D., area, in 1964. Norval Mortrud or "Mort," as his friends called him had made the trip on previous occasions and knew the area....
  • Boxcar hunting shack in Motley stands up to time

    MOTLEY, Minn. The alarm went off at 5 a.m. Saturday, rousting Rick Storck and his three hunting companions from the darkness in their hunting shack. Another deer season had arrived. A gas generator sputtered to life outside, and electric lights...
  • Opening of pheasant season a tradition not yet lost in Kansas

    RUSH COUNTY, Kan. For Gene Hallett, last Saturday was all about tradition. It was opening day of the Kansas pheasant season, and he was back in the fields where he became a hunter some 50 years ago. He was hunting his family land in Rush County, the...