Dove and other webless (as in non-webbed feet) seasons
No charges will be filed against a N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission
law enforcement officer who was involved in the fatal shooting of a
Wilkes County turkey hunter on April 11, according to a July 2 release
by the commission.
Kansas buck scores 168 P&Y
Some memories of what got me here
Evidently 10 letters of dissent can trump nine district meetings and much debate.
Duck hunters make it rain.
Wild turkeys are no Butterballs.
Mike Zlotnicki, our outdoors editor, and Javier Serna, who covers preps and also knows everything about the woods and the water, have launched a new blog called Outdoors Now. Here's how they describe what you'll find: "We'll have breaking news, outdoors briefs, tournament results, field reports and general musings."
And pictures. Like the one of N.C. State senior Chris Wood holding two very large fish that he pulled out of Lake Wheeler recently.
See a photo gallery of the winners from the 2009 Dixie Deer Classic. Staff photos by Mike Zlotnicki.
It’s a new era for hunters in the Old North State.
When the smoke cleared at the wildlife commission meeting on March 4, Sunday bow-hunting on private land was approved.
But not by a landslide. The vote of the 17 commissioners present was split (Randy Allen was absent and chairman Wes Seegars normally doesn’t vote) and commissioners Eugene Price, W. Ray White, Bobby Purcell, Maughan Hull asked after the meeting that their names be on the record as voting opposed.