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My dad and I were outside before day break the next morning, and we could hear the turkeys talking to each other in the trees across a large, green wheat field. We slid in between two rows of round hay bales and used our Alpen optics to keep an eye out for the birds.
To make sure a firearm is performing to its specifications, the owner must make sure the gun is clean. Most problems that you might encounter with pistols, shotguns, and rifles are due to dirty bores and actions.
The heart of duck season is upon us, and according to Georgia DNR’s Waterfowl Biologist Greg Balkcom, the wet summer may lead to a good duck season.
Statistics show more waterfowl hunters die from hypothermia and drowning than gunshot wounds.
A public hunt for Burmese pythons in Florida’s Everglades won’t be repeated next year, a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokeswoman said Monday (Nov 18). Instead, the state is beefing up established programs that train licensed hunters and people who regularly work in areas known to contain pythons to kill or report exotic snakes.
The new 13-foot, 10 3⁄4-inch Georgia state record alligator would still be swimming in Lake Seminole if it hadn’t been for a last-minute change of plans the evening of Sept. 25.