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Gun Buyers ClubTRENTON – The Division of Fish and Wildlife is kicking off the start of fall trout season tomorrow, Oct. 8, by stocking many of New Jersey’s rivers, lakes, streams and ponds with thousands of large rainbow trout, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe announced.

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More than 21,000 two-year-old rainbow trout, ranging from 14 inches to 18 inches in length and weighing 1-1/2 pounds, along with some three-year-old broodstock (averaging around four pounds each) will be

Gun Buyers ClubDespite drier conditions across most of the state as we head into the fall, Colorado hunters should be able to find good waterfowl hunting opportunities during the 2019-2020 seasons. Waterfowl hunting seasons in Colorado extend from September teal and Canada goose seasons to light goose conservation seasons ending in April.

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Local waterfowl production in 2019 was likely average to good due to the wetter spring conditions across the state. However, most ducks and geese in Colorado during

Gun Buyers ClubFRENCH CREEK, W.Va. — The “Governor’s One Shot Hunt” – an antlerless deer hunting event that provides a source of fundraising and venison for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Hunters Helping the Hungry (HHH) program – has been scheduled for Oct. 26 at Stonewall Resort in Lewis County.

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“I’ve been a hunter all my life and I know our natural resources, like our deer, are phenomenal,” Gov. Jim Justice said. “There are so many people

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Celebrates 32nd Birthday
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Celebrates 32nd Birthday
MISSOULA, Mont. — -(AmmoLand.com)- The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and our partners awarded $409,364 of grant funding in North Carolina to further elk-related science and enhance elk habitat. RMEF directly granted $57,124 and leveraged an additional $352,240 in partner funding for the conservation work.

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“Elk in and around Great Smoky National Park face some unique challenges,” said Blake Henning,