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No matter how good or bad the overall deer season is for sportsmen, some hunters will bring home a trophy buck for the books. Here's the latest!West Virginia Deer Outlook Part 2: Finding Trophy Bucks Hunting

West Virginia Deer Outlook Part 2: Finding Trophy Bucks

John McCoy - September 29, 2010

No matter how good or bad the overall deer season is for sportsmen, some hunters will bring...

Burnsville Lake, Bluestone Lake and the Kanawha River, are three prime places to test your fishing skills against hard-tugging mud cats!Three Top Picks for West Virginia Flatheads Catfish

Three Top Picks for West Virginia Flatheads

September 29, 2010

Burnsville Lake, Bluestone Lake and the Kanawha River, are three prime places to test your...

The spine of the Cascade Mountains can be raked with fire, fierce winds, snow, even blasts of lightning-packing thunderstorms. So, why would any respectable deer hunter want to be there? Read on.Ozone Mulies Hunting

Ozone Mulies

September 29, 2010

The spine of the Cascade Mountains can be raked with fire, fierce winds, snow, even blasts of...

Elk herds in Washington and Oregon appear to be healthy and increasing, which bodes well for hunters in 2003.Pacific Northwest Elk Outlook Hunting

Pacific Northwest Elk Outlook

September 29, 2010

Elk herds in Washington and Oregon appear to be healthy and increasing, which bodes well for...

Put yourself in the right place at the right time to catch big blackmouth in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. (July 2007)Heavyweight Chinook On Neah Bay Other Freshwater

Heavyweight Chinook On Neah Bay

September 29, 2010

Put yourself in the right place at the right time to catch big blackmouth in the Strait of...

Three units on the south side of the Olympic Peninsula provide a big share of the area's blacktail kills each year. Yet few hunters give Satsop, Wynoochee and Skokomish units the attention they deserve. (July 2007)South-Flank Blacktails Hunting

South-Flank Blacktails

September 29, 2010

Three units on the south side of the Olympic Peninsula provide a big share of the area's...

Whitetails, blacktails or mulies on your mind? We break down the best units inside each of the state's six regions. See how other hunters fared in areas near you! (August 2007)2007 Washington Deer Outlook Hunting

2007 Washington Deer Outlook

September 29, 2010

Whitetails, blacktails or mulies on your mind? We break down the best units inside each of the...

Looking for the units offering the most deer, or the best chance at tagging a trophy? From blacktails and Columbian whitetails on the west side to mule deer and whitetails on the east, we did the research for you!  (August 2007)2007 Oregon Deer Hunting Outlook Hunting

2007 Oregon Deer Hunting Outlook

September 29, 2010

Looking for the units offering the most deer, or the best chance at tagging a trophy? From...

Have you noticed more big-racked blacktail deer in the Puget Sound area's suburban fence lines and river bottoms? Now's the time to take a look at the Evergreen State's next great hunting opportunity. (July 2008)Backyard Blacktails Hunting

Backyard Blacktails

Kevin Miller - September 29, 2010

Have you noticed more big-racked blacktail deer in the Puget Sound area's suburban fence lines...

Before you burn through a tank of gas, check out this unit-by-unit survey of the upcoming deer season.2008 Washington Deer Forecast Hunting

2008 Washington Deer Forecast

September 29, 2010

Before you burn through a tank of gas, check out this unit-by-unit survey of the upcoming deer...

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