Hunting News

Gun Buyers ClubShed hunting can have deadly implications for animals weakened by the rigors of winter

As anxious shed antler hunters prepare to take to Idaho’s hills in search of fresh bounty, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game urges them to avoid stressing wildlife trying to survive the late winter storms.


Shed antlers from deer, elk and moose are commonly found in areas where they spend the winter months. Typically, mule deer and moose shed in

Gun Buyers ClubAfter being closed for a year due to COVID-19, the Department of Natural Resources’ Ralph A. MacMullan Conference Center in Roscommon is reopening its doors to families, individuals or small groups of up to two households to “Lodge and Learn” with the center’s lodging and outdoor and education opportunities.

The center is not yet open for conferences and large groups.


With rustic lodging and modern meeting space, the Ralph A. MacMullan Conference Center – known as

Gun Buyers ClubMT. IDA — Lake Ouachita will receive another dose of Florida bass through direct stockings for anglers, but this year will see an added boost of Florida bass through the lake’s nursery pond as well as direct stockings.


According to Brett Hobbs, district fisheries supervisor at the AGFC’s Hot Springs office, the nursery pond on the west end of the lake has been prepared with fathead minnows to serve as forage for Florida bass fingerlings when the

Gun Buyers ClubBEND, Ore. — The Oregon Hunters Association has bolstered the reward up to $6500 for information that leads to an arrest or citation in the case of three elk that were poached west of Bend on or about Oct. 28, 2020.


The bull, cow and spike elk were discovered separately, but all three were in the same area and appear to have been killed at the same time. The cow and spike were left to waste in