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Late-Season Deer Hunting in New England

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

There are plenty of late-season deer hunting opportunities awaiting deer hunters on public land this month. New England’s deer hunters… more »

New England turkey hunting

New England Fall Turkey Forecast 2017

by Al Raychard 0

Longer seasons and increased bag limits are the trends for New England fall turkey hunting this year. Passing on the… more »

grouse

Grouse Hunting: Make It Worth the Walk

by Frank Miniter 0

The classic paintings of gentlemen hunting ruffed grouse are wonderfully nostalgic, but also amusing to anyone who actually hunts grouse…. more »

New England bass fishing

Great New England Bass Fishing

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

Here’s a look at where to find some great bass fishing in New England as spring enters summer. By Stephen… more »

New England trout

6 Summer Trout Trips in New England

by Al Raychard 0

If catching New England trout is on your to-do list, now is the time to go fishing. Here are some suggestions…. more »

New England Family Fishing

2017 New England Family Fishing Destinations

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

The New England states offer plenty of great fishing waters, and most anglers have their favorite spots to cast for… more »

Bass Fishing in New England

New England Bass Forecast for 2016

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

While trout and salmon fishermen wring their hands in despair at the slow, continuous increase in water temperatures throughout the… more »

New England Turkey Forecast for 2016

by Al Raychard 0

Wild turkey populations across New England had a couple hard winters and springs in 2013 and 2014. Deep snow and… more »

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2015 Trophy Deer Forecast: New England

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

The tailgate debate over what constitutes a “big” New England buck continues to rage throughout the Northeast. Old-school hunters insist… more »

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New England Deer Forecast for 2015

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

Except for the extreme northern portion of New England, deer numbers in the Northeast continue to grow, which is good… more »

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