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Gun Buyers ClubNew York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos announced today that bowhunting seasons for deer and bear will begin in the Northern Zone on Sept. 27 and in the Southern Zone on Oct. 1.


“New York provides great opportunity for the state’s more than 160,000 licensed bowhunters to venture outside during early bow seasons, which offer mild weather and longer days in the woods,” Commissioner Seggos said. “It’s also the perfect time to introduce

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SALEM, Ore. — Saturday, Sept. 28 is National Hunting and Fishing Day in Oregon and across the United States.

The date coincides with the opening of buck deer season—the biggest day of the hunting year with more than 100,000 hunters expected to participate in the season. Elk, duck and pheasant hunting seasons open in the coming weeks too.

Anglers have been fishing throughout the year and 2019 marked a record year for tuna, with recreational anglers...

Gun Buyers ClubSPRINGFIELD, Ill. – A number of Illinois state parks, fish and wildlife areas, conservation areas and recreation areas will be open to youth waterfowl hunting during the 2019 Youth Waterfowl Hunting Seasons, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) announced today. Federal sites that fall under the IDNR waterfowl administrative rule that will be open for the youth hunts also are listed below.


At most sites, regulations that apply during the regular waterfowl hunting season apply

Gun Buyers ClubBozeman, MT — A man was mauled by a grizzly bear Tuesday while hunting in the western Gravelly Mountains.

The hunter, who was from Ohio, survived the encounter and was treated at the Ruby Valley Medical Center in Sheridan.


Tuesday’s attack happened between the Coal Creek Drainage and the Eureka Basin Road, about eight miles south of where three other hunters were injured last week in two separate grizzly bear attacks. The hunter was aware of

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CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Fisheries managers from Oregon and Washington today announced that recreational salmon and steelhead fishing will close effective 12:01 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 26 for the mainstem Columbia River from the Tongue Point/Rocky Point line upstream to Highway 395 near Pasco, Wash. The closure remains in effect through Oct. 31 downstream of Bonneville Dam and through Dec. 31 upstream of Bonneville Dam.

Based on recent harvest estimates, recreational fisheries have exceeded their allocation of upriver...

Gun Buyers ClubLouisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents cited three subjects for alleged alligator violations on Sept. 7 in St. Mary Parish.


Agents cited Johnny P. Templet, 64, and Patricia M. Templet, 62, both of Pierre Part, for removing alligator tags, failing to maintain required records, illegal possession of alligators or skins and intentional concealment of wildlife. Agents also cited Patricia M. Templet for failing to comply with alligator parts tagging requirements. Agents cited Ellery A. Mayon,