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Hunting 2010

A guide to hunting deer, elk, waterfowl, grouse, chukars and more in the Inland Northwest, including information about the first hunts allowed at Turnbull Wildlife Refuge.


Stories


  • Thu., Sept. 16, 2010

    Another chapter is written

    Idaho native Ryan Hatfield recently published “Idaho’s Greatest Whitetails,” which chronicles the game, the hunters and the hunts involving the best whitetail bucks ever taken in the state. The book …


  • Thu., Sept. 16, 2010

    Good hatch boosts prospects in Washington

    Washington waterfowl hunters can look up to prospects for good hunting this fall. Don Kraege, Washington Fish and Wildlife Department waterfowl manager, said ducks appeared to have pulled off a …


  • Thu., Sept. 16, 2010

    Landmark youth hunts approach

    Potential duck and goose hunters under the age of 16 have the chance of a lifetime in the Idaho Panhandle this month, while a few selected Washington youths will make …


  • Thu., Sept. 16, 2010

    Panhandle waterfowl wonderland for hunters

    While the Panhandle has stood out as Idaho’s hot spot for goose hunting, other waterfowl trends are similarly encouraging, said Jim Hayden, Idaho Fish and Game Department regional wildlife manager. …


  • Thu., Sept. 16, 2010

    OK to grouse about grouse

    Although they have virtually no money for formal surveys, Washington biologists speculate that forest grouse populations have been lower than average in the past few years. The harvest of ruffed, …