Clinton Goying may have killed a record buck for Barry County, Michigan which currently is a non-typical buck that scores 181 5/8. this one was taken with a crossbow. The inside-spread is a whopping 22 ¼ inches. A photo and link are here…
New Berlin, WI – (December 15, 2011) – Sportsman Channel, the leader in outdoor TV for the American Sportsman, is proud air the final episode the long-running outdoor TV program, Mike Avery’s Outdoor Magazine. After more than a quarter of a century in outdoor television, longtime outdoor TV broadcaster, Mike Avery, is hanging up his TV hat to focus on Read more
Flushing, Michigan – Carbon Express, a leader in arrow technology, innovation and precision is pleased to expand its premier crossbow line with the addition of the Covert SLS, a slim-line designed crossbow
that allows for easy maneuvering from both ground blind and treestand. Read more
Wolf attacks on hunting dogs are increasing according to MDNR. In the photo attached to the story link, two bear-hunting dogs are shown killed by wolves, while they had treed a bear.
Michigan’s deer-season kill appears to have increased over past years slightly. Only southern Michigan seems to have dipped.
A 78-year-old Florida man, Billy E. Brown, was shot in a strange accident when a dog “bumped” a loaded .308 rifle causing it to fire.
The man is in critical but stable condition.
It is unclear if the safety was engaged, but my hunch is that it wasn’t.
By Glen Wunderlich
Whenever sportscasters spew off statistics about certain team rivalries and how two teams have stacked up over the years, it makes me think they don’t have anything better to talk about. It all means nothing, because the current teams have evolved through coaching and personnel changes – any one of which alters the team’s personality, potential, and character. An impending game, therefore, is sure to become a new adventure. So, too it is with hunting. Read more
Jeff Kerr, hunting in Lapeer County, Michigan couldn’t miss on the trophy buck of a lifetime. And at 10 steps, he didn’t. Life has got complicated for the short-term hero now that everyone – including the law – knows he bought his license after the fact. Click here for the story and photo of the big buck he lost on a “technicality.” From hero to zero as quick as you can say busted.
LEWISTON, Idaho – The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is aiming to control wolf populations with helicopter gunners and government trappers in north-central Idaho. Animal activists are sure to provide a howling response.
Upper Peninsula hunters checked 14.3 percent more deer than last season and northern Lower Peninsula hunters checked 18.4 percent more. Southern Michigan hunters checked 9.4 percent fewer deer, according to Rudolph, but the number checked statewide was up 6.2 percent from 2010.