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Month: August 2017

Elk Hunters Relieved: Restrictions Lifted in Little Missouri National Grasslands

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has lifted a temporary ban on firearms use for elk and bird hunters in the Little Missouri National Grasslands located in North Dakota.  The new rule takes effect on September 1st, opening day for Read More

Looking for a Place to Hunt on Public Land in Minnesota?

A generous land donation by the Bue family has added 167 acres for public hunting access near Marshall, Minnesota.  The land is prime remnant native prairie and is now designated the Buetiful Acres Wildlife Management Area. Buetiful Acres is a Read More

Bag More Birds With These Can’t Miss Shotgun Drills [Video]

Wing shooting is tough.  Upland birds flush from every direction.  Geese and ducks fly fast and high.  It’s a struggle to hit them.  There are things you can do at home, away from the trap range, to improve your shotgun Read More

South Carolina Enables Handicapped Hunters

The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources announced two special hunts this year for mobility impaired hunters. The first will take place October 27-28 in Cherokee, Spartanburg, and Union Counties.  The second is scheduled for November 3-4 in Laurens and Read More

Best Guns and Loads for Montana Upland Bird Hunting

Montana.  The Last Best Place, as famed artist Charlie Russell called it, is great if you hunt upland birds (pheasant, grouse, turkey, etc.).  Always a land with sharp contrasts, Montana challenges the wing-shooter like few other places. The biggest challenge Read More

Wolves Continue to Kill Livestock Despite Intensive Non-Lethal Deterents

Livestock producers continue to suffer under misguided wolf introductions by the U.S. Government.  According to a recent press release from Oregon’s Department of Fish and Wildlife, one producer, in particular, has lost numerous calves this year despite following all the Read More

Montana Elk Habitat Rescued From Developers

The U.S. Forrest Service, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, and private land owners finalized a deal which preserves 640 acres between the Bob Marshal and Mission Mountains Wilderness areas for future generations to hunt.  The property had been in a Read More

Do You Know How to Call in a Bear?

Fall bear season is almost here, and locacarniovres across America are excited.  Ace bow hunter, Melissa Bachman shows how to call ’em in. Remember, you are calling an animal which can kill you, always be safe.  Have something solid behind Read More

Missouri Migratory Bird Season Opener Coming Soon

LocaCarnivores in the “Show me” state must mark September 1st on their calendars.  Migratory bird (dove, snipe, and rail) season starts then, and don’t forget teal season starts September 9th with woodcock on October 15th. Dust off the old scatter Read More

Best Weather to Bag that Buck

The weather can make or break your hunt.  All animals, humans included, change their behavior based on the weather.  Perhaps you’ve heard about Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD?  Many people develop depressive symptoms during the winter due to limited daylight Read More

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