Ohio man who speared Canadian bear won’t be charged – The Washington Post

By Kerry Lauerman Amid the rage aimed at Ohio hunting enthusiast Josh Bowmar, who in June posted a video of himself … [Continue Reading]

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This Week’s Outdoor Adventures with Tom Clay 8/20/16

Tom Clay brings us another informative episode of This Week’s Outdoor Adventures featuring up to the minute news and … [Continue Reading]

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Public input sought on Kentucky’s deer program | Sports | maysville-online.com

FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources encourages deer hunters to participate in a new … [Continue Reading]

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Hunting in Pink: New York Adds Another Color for Safety (and to Attract More Women) – The New York Times

Pink is the new orange for young hunters in New York, who can now wear the color for safety under an updated law that … [Continue Reading]

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Ohio man who speared Canadian bear won’t be charged – The Washington Post

By Kerry Lauerman Amid the rage aimed at Ohio hunting enthusiast Josh Bowmar, who in June posted a video of himself gleefully spearing a black bear in northern Canada, one detail has been largely overlooked: His hunt appears to have been completely legal. On Tuesday, Canadian authorities confirmed to The Washington Post that they would […]

This Week’s Outdoor Adventures with Tom Clay 8/20/16

Tom Clay brings us another informative episode of This Week’s Outdoor Adventures featuring up to the minute news and updates that can effect your hunting and fishing experience in the great state of Kentucky.

Public input sought on Kentucky’s deer program | Sports | maysville-online.com

FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources encourages deer hunters to participate in a new online survey about deer hunting and management in Kentucky. The survey is available at www.research.net/r/KYDeerInput2016 through Sept. 9.“We’ve not surveyed our hunters in a long time,” said Gabe Jenkins, deer program coordinator for Kentucky Fish and Wildlife. […]

Hunting in Pink: New York Adds Another Color for Safety (and to Attract More Women) – The New York Times

Pink is the new orange for young hunters in New York, who can now wear the color for safety under an updated law that advocates said was meant to attract more women and girls to a sport dominated by men. The law previously required junior hunters — 14- or 15-year-olds — and their adult mentors […]

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