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  • Group of hunters aiming to improve deer quality looks for members

    Father and son Kyle and Jimmy Lane of Hobart want to keep the hunting tradition alive in their family. The pair was among about 20 men — including an engineer, teacher, real estate broker and marketing executive, among others — who gathered...
  • Antlered deer hunting harvests in Eastern Pa. down marginally

    Antlered deer hunting harvests in Eastern Pa. down marginally
    The estimated number of antlered deer harvested in local Wildlife Management Unit 5C was down 100, but the antlerless deer take was up approximately 500 in the numbers released by the Pennsylvania Game Commission for the 2014-15 harvest seasons. Data...
  • Hunting group built on conservation

    Hunting group built on conservation
    For lifelong hunters Bryan McFadden and Rob Styka, a trip into the woods is about more than just harvesting a coveted white-tailed deer. "It's about being good stewards of the land," Styka said on a recent trip through the winter landscape on property...
  • Interview: Willie Robertson believes 'Duck Dynasty' can fly on the musical stage

    Interview: Willie Robertson believes 'Duck Dynasty' can fly on the musical stage
    What did I ask “Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson about while we were standing in the hunting section of the new Under Armour store on Michigan Avenue Thursday, surrounded by camouflage gear and a real mounted deer head? Musicals, of...
  • Hunting for deer considered at some Porter County parks

    The Porter County Parks and Recreation Board voted Thursday to move forward with a plan to potentially allow bow hunting of deer in the county's parks to manage the deer population. Some concerns about safety need to be addressed before a plan to...
  • Turkey hunters can double up

    Turkey season opens Saturday in South Florida, and if you have access to hunt on private land, or plan your public land hunts properly, you can attempt something new this spring: You can kill two gobblers in one day. On private land, you can even kill...
  • Don't rush to revive bear hunt in Fla.: Editorial

    Don't rush to revive bear hunt in Fla.: Editorial
    Oh, bother! Florida has a bear problem. Increasing run-ins between suburbanites and stomach-growling bears have come to a head. This morning, in Jacksonville, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will field proposed changes to the...
  • Supreme Court appears to lean in favor of allowing searches of motel registries

    Supreme Court appears to lean in favor of allowing searches of motel registries
    The Supreme Court justices, hearing arguments in a Los Angeles case, sounded prepared Tuesday to revive a city ordinance that gives the police the authority to regularly check motels' guest registries without search warrants. City officials say these...
  • Malloy Cuts For Parks, Hunting, Fishing Leave Lawmakers With Harsh Choices

    Malloy Cuts For Parks, Hunting, Fishing Leave Lawmakers With Harsh Choices
    HARTFORD — The stark choices lawmakers are facing as they prepare to deal with budget deficits were made brutally clear Monday in discussions about Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed reductions in programs for state parks, fish hatcheries and pheasant...
  • Youth hunting in Pennsylvania needs a minimum age requirement

    Youth hunting in Pennsylvania needs a minimum age requirement
    Under Pennsylvania's Mentored Youth Hunting Program in the 2012-13 hunting license year, a 1-year-old participated. A 1-year-old. And two 2-year-olds (or their parents) responded that they took part. We know that, because a survey for that license...
  • Jesse James to appear in Harrisburg

    Jesse James to appear in Harrisburg
    There will be a touch of West Coast on the East Coast during the second NRA Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg, which kicks off this Saturday. The nine-day consumer-oriented outdoors show, which replaced the old Eastern Sports & Outdoors Show...