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The Green Mountain State has produced a record-class buck, a high-scoring 8-pointer that now stands as the new state record for muzzleloader bucks. (September 2009)Vermont's New State-Record Blackpowder Buck!

Vermont's New State-Record Blackpowder Buck!

The Green Mountain State has produced a record-class buck, a high-scoring 8-pointer that now

Opportunities abound for New England's hunters who know their quarry and its habitat. Here's where to start your quest for a bear skin rug this fall! (September 2009)Go Now For New England's Black Bears

Go Now For New England's Black Bears

Opportunities abound for New England's hunters who know their quarry and its habitat. Here's

The region's habitat problems continue, but New England's grouse hunters can still find some birds if they know where to look. Our expert has the story. (October 2009)New England’s 2009 Grouse Forecast

New England's 2009 Grouse Forecast

The region's habitat problems continue, but New England's grouse hunters can still find some

Opportunities for resident and migrant geese abound in the Northeast, where biologists are expecting another banner year for hunters. We'll show you where to find them this month! (November 2009)New England's Finest Coastal Goose Hunts

New England's Finest Coastal Goose Hunts

Opportunities for resident and migrant geese abound in the Northeast, where biologists are

With a turkey population estimated at over 200,000 birds, New England's hunters should have no trouble finding birds this spring. These public hunting areas are great places to start! (April 2010)Spring Gobblers On Public Land!

Spring Gobblers On Public Land!

With a turkey population estimated at over 200,000 birds, New England's hunters should have no

This year a rack from a deer shot in 1938 and then stored in a milkhouse was finally scored -- and was recognized as the biggest non-typical buck ever taken in Vermont. (July 2010)Old Deer, New Record: The Tice Buck

Old Deer, New Record: The Tice Buck

This year a rack from a deer shot in 1938 and then stored in a milkhouse was finally scored --

Bear numbers and hunter success rates were high across the region last season. Will the good hunting continue?New England's 2010 Black Bear Hunting Forecast

New England's 2010 Black Bear Hunting Forecast

Bear numbers and hunter success rates were high across the region last season. Will the good

After last year's decline in the fall turkey harvest, hunters now more than ever need to scout their birds. Here's where to find your Christmas turkey.Find Your Virginia Fall Turkey Now

Find Your Virginia Fall Turkey Now

After last year's decline in the fall turkey harvest, hunters now more than ever need to scout

The New River below Claytor Lake Dam offers some of the best smallmouth action in the entire state. And spring is certainly prime time.Smallmouth Action On The New River

Smallmouth Action On The New River

The New River below Claytor Lake Dam offers some of the best smallmouth action in the entire

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