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2017 Ohio Deer Forecast Feature

2017 Midwest Deer Forecasts

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

No matter where you’re hunting in the Midwest, you can find the latest state analysis and where-to-go hotspots in our… more »

Great Plains Deer Forecast Feature

2017 Great Plains Deer Forecast

by D.H. Willis 0

  Hunters across the Great Plains are eagerly awaiting the start of deer season. And there’s reason to be optimistic,… more »

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7 Early Teal Hunting Hotspots

by Lynn Burkhead 0

As blue-winged teal — and a few greenwings — make their way down south in September, here are seven early teal… more »

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Top Great Plains Fall Fishing

by D.H. Willis 0

Now comes the very best time of year for many sportsmen in the Great Plains for fall fishing. It’s a… more »

2017 solar eclipse

Will 2017 Solar Eclipse Impact Hunting & Fishing?

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

Celestial rarity meets game and fish on Monday during the 2017 Solar Eclipse. What’s gonna happen? Call it an opportunity… more »

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Summertime Is Prime Time for Catfish

by Paul Moore 0

Summer is upon us, and that means it is prime time for catfish. Catfish are caught most all year long,… more »

2017 Great Plains Family Fishing Destinations

by Jason Mitchell 0

Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota offer plenty of great fishing waters, and most anglers have their favorite spots… more »

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What’s Great About Great Plains Bass Fishing?

by Jason Mitchell 0

Great Plains Bass Fishing: The states of Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota offer some fantastic fishing for lunker… more »

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Giant Catfish: Best Places For A Trophy Catch

by Keith Sutton 0

Game & Fish contributor Keith Sutton is affectionately nicknamed “Catfish” for the informative articles he’s written about catfish fishing, especially… more »

2017 Great Plains Turkey Forecast

by D.H. Willis 0

Turkey hunting and bird populations in the Great Plains will not be consistent across the region this spring. The ups… more »

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