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Trimming Predator Populations

Trimming Predator Populations

Trimming Predator Populations Helps Other Game and Birds   With all the time and effort that we as wildlife managers put into conserving and protecting the game animals we love to hunt, we hate to see predators play a large role in affecting population numbers....
Hunting Spring Turkeys Without a Quota Permit

Hunting Spring Turkeys Without a Quota Permit

Where do you need to go in Florida to hunt without a quota permit for the spring turkey season?   Holmes County hunters in northwest Florida will enjoy their first full-length spring turkey season after 20 years – a result of a successful wild turkey restoration...
Late Season Squirrel Scouting

Late Season Squirrel Scouting

A squirrel scouting can be fun while scouting for deer and turkeys     A mighty oak stands tall in the late winter chill, its bare limbs and branches an indication of changing conditions. Even though the oak appears lifeless, there is life inside and nearby....
Hunting For Ringtails

Hunting For Ringtails

Hunting Ringtails Gets In the Blood   Warning: Hunting ringtails is addictive. Those words could well be the mantra of the dedicated coon hunter. While outdoor pursuits propagate diverse addictions in the woods and on the water, very few create the passion and...
How to Deal With Buck Fever

How to Deal With Buck Fever

Here are some ways to work through it and not ruin your hunt.   This first thing we need to know about buck fever is that it has little to do with bucks only. The name is misleading. The phenomenon can occur when hunting for a doe, hog, turkey or practically any...