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Old Hickory 2014 Black Powder Shotgun Duck Hunt

The RAW HM 1000xq

Feds OK more female grizzly killing in cattle conflict zone

<i>— This story has been corrected to accurately reflect the changes, or lack thereof, in the number and sex of grizzlies the U.S. Fish and Wildlife</i> …

Grizzly bear captured

On Tuesday, Ellsbury, working with Dusty Lasseter, Game and Fish bear wise community coordinator in Cody, found the bruin’s trail. They set a culvert …

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Suburban Deer Bow Kill from the Ground

2-minute Survival Turkey Call from Bamboo Cane

Gray Fox at 2 YARDS

Wildlife Officers Requesting Information On Poaching Incident In Hendersonville Doug Note: I posted tho on the Region II FB, too. This is a big deer and if anyone happens to know anything about it, please consider sharing the information. The place where it was shot is pretty public and probably a bit too dangerous to be using center fire. On Monday night, October 27, the deer attached below was illegally shot with a rifle from Center Point Rd in Hendersonville. Wildlife Officers Eric Anderson, Andy Rush and Wildlife Sgt. Todd Allen are following leads but any information from the public could prove helpful. All tips remain anonymous and a reward is available per prosecution. If you have information please email one of the wildlife officers at: eric.anderson@tn.gov, andy.rush@tn.gov, or todd.allen@tn.gov. You can also call Region II's poaching hotline and ask to have one of the officers contact you. That number is: 1-800-624-7406. In the photo, Officer Anderson with the illegally killed buck---a trophy taken from everyone else by someone poaching.

Doug Markham

Wildlife Officers Requesting Information On Poaching Incident In Hendersonville<p>Doug Note: I posted tho on the Region II FB, too. This is a big deer …

The rumors are true. The small boy intern we received from Maryland has grown into a man intern #mantern Congrats on the buck buddy!

Frontier Anglers

Our smallmouth season is winding down and what a season it was. It's starting to finally feel like fall and the focus for the last few weeks has been …

Deer delivers doughnut!! coolest thing too happen to me while flyfishing for steelhead

Fly Fishing

Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery

STOCKING: Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery staff along with the Kentucky Department of Fish Wildlife Resources personnel will be stocking the …

Athlete Update: Sitka Athlete Adam Foss just arrowed his first mountain goat with the help of fellow Athletes Cole Kramer and Mark Seacat and videographer Sean Tippin.

Doug Markham

Migration Reports<br>For the week of October 27-31, 2014<p>Doug Note: As the waterfowl season gets closer, here is a long report by Avery Outdoors (and John …

Spring Turkey re-cap

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Fire on the Mountain, A quest for Mountain Merriam Wild Turkey

Planning for a Mountain Merriam's Turkey hunt started in the late fall of 2012. Myself and two other buddies had committed to head out in mid April …

Pennsylvania Carp Fishing, Trout Catching

Review; Head to head the Hatsan BT65 or Benjamin Marauder

Great Value in a hunting rifle: the Hatsan AT44

Evanix Max ML Bullpup air rifle

How To Pack Your Backpack for a Hunting Trip (Part 1)

Camping

Big Tennessee Doe Down - November 1, 2013

Young Elk Decides He Does Not Like this Photographer

The telephoto lens has certainly helped to mitigate some of the dangers inherent in wildlife photography, but the craft is still widely considered to …

You should have seen it in color; A Wyoming Mule Deer Hunting Adventure

<i>If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the memory is priceless</i><p><i>With Photographs by Johnny Ringo</i><p><i></i><p>Recently I just got back from one of my favorite …

Real "Field" dressing.

I just got back from one of the most memorable hunts I have ever been on. I had the privelige to hunt with 2 great guy's that I met through tndeer. After many days and nights in a tent with no shower in freezing and snowing conditions I tagged out on a nice WY buck. It was cold, snow on the groud and the wind was blowing pretty good. We were set up on a knob watching several ravines that the deer were moving through. We spotted 3 deer that appeared out of nowhere as the deer do out west. They were nearly 8oo yards out when they were first spotted. My friend put the spotting scope on them and said there was for sure a shooter in the bunch. As the group of deer moved closer I layed my muzzleloader on the shooting sticks so that I would be ready when they we're in range. It was so cold that my hands almost froze the second I took my gloves off. The wind chill was brutal. We were hunting public land but the deer were coming off private land so it was crucial that the deer were on public before I took a shot. As we watched the deer and checked the GPS the first deer came within 80 yards below us and I decided to pass this buck. It was a small buck small frame 3x2. As the small buck passed behind us in the ravine he winded us and we thought the other 2 deer headed this way would spook... Luckily the bigger buck was interested in one thing. He was trailing a doe and thrashing sage brush with his horns every few steps. As the doe passed by on a different trail that went behind a hill about 180 yards in front of us, I knew I only had a few seconds to make the shot before the trailing buck disappeared out of sight. I steadied that gun and pulled the trigger. The deer acted hit and quickly went out of sight. We anxiously tried to figure out what happened scouring the hillside with the spotting scope, looking for any sign of the buck. My friend soon spotted horns and that was the only thing you could see of the deer sticking over the top of the hill. The deer was bedded down but still alive! I quickly reloaded and got ready for a shot if the deer decided to get up. As the minutes went by and every time I looked through the scope at the bucks horns my legs started shaking. 30 minutes later the buck stood up, I quickly pulled the trigger and smoke rolled. The deer flipped over and the only thing you could see was legs in the air rolling down the hill. We went to take a took a look at the deer and hiked back to camp to get our packs to pack him out. The perfect end to my epic hunt.

On the mtn. Seen 16 deer 2 spike. Coold!