Hornell Evening Tribune

Hunter humbled once again

It seems that every year during deer season the wind gets knocked out of my sails, and it doesn’t go away. Sure, there's venison in the freezer after successful hunts, fun times at the deer camp, and the transcendent moments in the outdoors. But a late fall breeze moves the...
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Check out these Cody homes on the market

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: This house feels brand new! Well built home with solid core doors, beautiful "stepped" ceiling in the living room. Arched doorways add
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Deer Face New Disease Threat Here

Pictured Above: A white-tailed dear with Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease. | DEC photo by Christine Martinez. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation reported Sept. 16 that deer on Long Island have begun to fall ill and die from Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease, which until now had been a problem primarily seen in Upstate New York.

New Rules in Place for Deer and Bear Hunting in New York

With September here, hunters across the Hudson Valley and New York State are ready to get out and about. The Department of Environmental Conservation has announced new rules for deer and bear hunting season in New York. DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos said in a statement "New York has a long and proud tradition of deer and bear hunting and with these new rules, DEC is building on that tradition by expanding opportunities for hunters, increasing antlerless harvest where needed, and improving hunter safety."
Montana Standard

2 Bedroom Home in Deer Lodge - $495,000

Here's THE one! Well built cabin in the Boulder mountains east of Deer Lodge near the Continental Divide. This charming cabin is situated on 14.6 acres in the middle of thousands of acres of National Forest Lands with private access. The property has pleasing topography, year round creek, and wildlife galore. The owners have successfully harvested elk every year of ownership. The cabin is complete with well, septic system, and solar power. Nice hickory kitchen with propane fridge and range/oven. Two nice bedrooms and large bathroom with tile shower on the main level and a loft for more sleeping area upstairs. Rustic finishes throughout including reclaimed wood trim, harvested from nearby miners cabins. Outside you'll find a great covered deck overlooking the front yard and creek, plenty of.

Archery season underway in Wisconsin

You can now enjoy one of Wisconsin’s favorite past times with a bow. Saturday marked the beginning of the archery and crossbow deer hunting seasons running until January 9th. In 2020, over 110,000 deer were harvested by archery and crossbow hunters, including 64,000 bucks. That was an increase from 2019, due in part to the uptick in outdoor recreation the state saw as a result of the pandemic. DNR Conservation Warden for Door County Chris Kratcha expects the high interest in bowhunting to continue, especially amidst delta variant concerns.
Brainerd Dispatch

Outdoor Notes: Hackers for the win on North Long Lake

The team of Kevin and Lucas Hacker took the top spot in the Northerns Inc. tournament recently held on North Long Lake. The Hackers took first place with a total catch of 11 pounds, 2 ounces. In second pace was the team of Tim and Nick Yeager, with 10 pounds,...

Deer archery season begins Sept. 25 for Ohio hunters

EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was originally published by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Stay local. Stay natural. Eat wild game. Hunting is one of the most inexpensive and ethical ways to fill your freezer with natural, free-range meat. It will be available soon, too, as Ohio’s white-tailed deer archery...
Columbus Dispatch

Outdoors: Ohio deer gun harvest numbers will be hard-pressed to match last year's

Deer archery season, a much-anticipated draw in parts of Ohio, begins its 4 1/2-month run Saturday. Embedded within the archery season, which continues through Feb. 6, are a youth gun weekend before Thanksgiving, a deer gun week late November into December, a deer gun weekend in December and a four-day muzzleloader hunt in early January.

DEC Proposes Regulation Allowing Counties to Opt Out of Holiday Deer Hunt

The New York State DEC this week announced a proposed regulation that would allow counties to opt out of the recently established end-of-year deer hunt that is slated to occur annually between December 26th and January 1st. The "holiday hunt" is an extension of the late bow and muzzleloader deer season in New York's Southern Zone. DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos says the proposed regulation addresses concerns by some local leaders about a holiday hunt interfering with snowmobiling opportunities in their communities. Seggos is encouraging all interested stakeholders to share comments on the proposed regulation before the deadline on November 14th.