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North Dakota hunters who owe at least $5,000 in tardy child support payments could have their hunting licenses revoked by the state unless they settle their debts or agree to a repayment schedule, state officials say.

In the coming months, the new enforcement initiative will be expanded to include state driver's licenses, vehicle registrations, boat and snowmobile licenses and holders of occupational licenses, such as electricians, lawyers, doctors and plumbers.

A review of child support data in North Dakota found almost 400 hunters who met the criteria. The state's eight regional child support enforcement agencies will be sending the hunters letters to tell them their licenses could be suspended. A suggested payment agreement will also be enclosed


"It makes no difference whether I got anything; it has to do with how the day was spent"

Fred Bear
LKS
Does anybody know what happened to the League of Kentucky Sportsmans web page? What about Ben Halls email address?

Chessies CAN do more than waterfowl!!!
one of my buddies went hunting last night and shot a doe. well after field dressing it. he notice some type of growth on it's back he described it as a cow tongue. kinda nasty but on the way back to the house another buddy decided to yank on it and it came off. broke into two peices. he said that it looked like the growth was come from her spine. anyone know or seen something like this?

>--> if it's brown it's down<--<
the lucky hunter is that checked a deer in /in Knott county using a firearm? i'd be willing to bet a GW has or will be knocking on his/her door...

could it be some of those fella's that Rob wondered upon smoking a doobie?

"A wise indian once said,the more you move the less you will see,the less you move the more you will see"

" I live to hunt, but my wife says i may be hunting a place to live"
Kentucky Afield News

From KY Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources

September 29, 2003 For more information contact
For immediate release Norm Minch (800) 858-1549

Addington WMA Closed During Elk Quota Hunts

Hazard, KY, September 29, 2003 - The Addington Enterprises Wildlife
Management Area (WMA) in Perry, Knott and Breathitt counties in southeast
Kentucky will be closed to public access October 4-10, 2003.
During this period, only persons drawn to participate in the 2003
Quota Bull Elk Hunt will be permitted to enter Addington WMA lands.
Likewise, Addington WMA will be closed to public access during the
Quota Cow Elk Hunt scheduled for December 6-12, 2003.
Hunters and other visitors to the Addington WMA are encouraged to
obtain and read the 2003-04 Kentucky Hunting & Trapping Guide for complete
information on recreational use of this WMA, and any other user restrictions
that may apply.


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After cutting a deal w/ my wife to try to book a few nighttime guided bowfishing trips next summer I was able to purchase my new rig. I don't think I'll book many I'd say 5 trips for the summer would be enough for me. I can guarentee a great time to anyone that would think about it...
Question......What would someone be willing to pay for a night out????....Say a 6-8 hour trip on the Ohio River or Ky River. Very Professional and gear could be supplied. 2 person maximum....How much per head???\
Professional Rig.....
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Mike
Hello everyone. I have been a member for a couple of weeks now. This is my first post. I have been reading for a while now and this place has a lot of great people with great tips on everything to do with the great outdoors. I am proud to become a part of the family.[:D]

leave it better than you found it. shelley88
Greetings fellas! Just lookin' for some advice on a good taxidermist/processor here east of louisville. I plan on trying my luck out at Taylorsville sometime soon! New to the area, thus the name and have enjoyed the site so far! Thanks for any advice or pointers on where to hunt on public land.

Keep on keepin' on!
Does anyone know who is on the Wild Life Task Force?
i noticed that when i post it shows my time zone being CT when im in the eastern zone...this isnt a biggie but would like for the time to be actual time...i have looked around trying to figure it out some sites you just change it to your perfered zone...plz help thanks

"A wise indian once said,the more you move the less you will see,the less you move the more you will see"

" I live to hunt, but my wife says i may be hunting a place to live"
Me and my ten year old daughter recently took the Hunter's Education Course. I feel it is a very good program for the kids and adults. My only problem is the test. I don't know if I feel it's necessary for kids to pass an eighty question test. They are still required to be with an adult at all times. I saw too many kids leaving that morning in tears over having not passed the test. My daughter didn't pass either but is determined to go back and take it again.
I think the test requirement should be raised to a higher age, like sixteen or so.
Do you agree?
Saw tape the other day which was a distressed housecat. Anyone used this one and results if any? What call do you have the best luck with, spring, summer and fall?
I gotta say, I was somewhat distressed to see my handle bein' used on this site. I reckin' there can be another "muleskinner" out there, but its kinda hard to git my hand 'round the fact that he's a KY boy like me. Now I ain't in Shelby County no more, fact is, I'm in Wyomin'. Now I gotta head out for the high stonies to hunt elk, but I'll check back 'round the end of the month to see if this other muleskinner's got some sand.

Mule
ok it just dawned on me we need to start our own version of AA..."KentuckyHunting"...meetings

how many of you feel the urge/need to check this site daily?
and when something prevents you from doing so you feel a slight crankiness building...

i'll be the first to admit i do have those symptoms
what steps or measures does anyone suggest we need to follow to help us over come this...
OK but keep in mind the first step is admitting that you do have a problem ...lol



"A wise indian once said,the more you move the less you will see,the less you move the more you will see"

" I live to hunt, but my wife says i may be hunting a place to live"
So there I am in sitting out a Taylorsville WMA off Hillary Martin Lane and I here a couple of 4 wheelers off in the distance on the other ridge I'm fairly sure they are on WMA property at that point in time and I had seen enough tracks around there to know it was being used for ATV trails.

And just as the magical hour comes and it's the most important time to sit there and listen these yahoo's come up the old closed off road on the WMA.


wehhhhhhhhhhh waaahhhhhhhhhhhh waehhhhhhhhhhhhh weaahhhhhhhhhhhh wehhhhhhhhhhhhhhh wahhhhhhhhhhhhh wahhhhhhhhhhhhah for about 20 minutes until I can't take it anymore. The would go a short ways and then stop and talk not sure what they were doing. Wanted to wait and confront them but I knew they probably lived there and it would mean vandalized truck for me.

This is a new area of the WMA area for me and I had never seen that done on the other portions of Taylorsville WMA.

My official report is lots of squirrels and two wild jack asses
Around Jamestown? Just wondering if how the people traffic is like, worthwhile, etc. Thanks
I am interested in a good breed of dog for dove hunting i have no experience training a dog but i shure would like to learn for dove hunting.[:I]
I'm giving this a try. I was just wondering if the honest hunter that picked up my range finder in the first parking area past the gas line up above the road at Yellowbank WMA Sunday evening would happen to read this please return it. Or if you know someone that might have found it or heard of someone getting it in that are please let me know. I will give you my address if I get a reply.

WVHIGHCOUNTRY
"Live to Hunt"
Hello, I am a new member on here. My wife and I are thinking about moving to the Lexington area. I am originally from Ashland and we are living in Cleveland, TN now. Are there any good places to hunt around Lexington and how is the job market???
Thanks for any help.

The wilderness is the preservation of the world (Thoureau)
Anyone ever listened to his cd. He has some great bowhunting music. My favorite is Bowhunter Do or Die.
I was just wandering in the hunting guide it lists non-native cervid and non-domesticated bovid in the open all year section. Is there really a population of sheep, goats, or other exotics free ranging somewhere in KY.? If so what and where are they located? Just curious other than Fallow Deer I was not aware of any.
Who would you consider to be your favorite "Famous" huter? (non-family member) The one that interests you most or influenced you in some way. Can be Dead or Alive. Why?
does any one hunt hogs on dale hollow wma?if so could you share a little info?
I went to Clay WMA with my brother and a friend. We all got our limit pretty early. There were almost 200 hunters there! [:0] Going to a private shoot tomorrow! [8D][8D]
For me and a friend to shoot birds today. Our normal spot is flooded out and we really don't want to go to a WMA. ANY help would be great!! THANK YOU!!!
---Tom (859)312-0123 cell :D
Hey guys, I found a new hunting site.

http://www.gutpilestyle.com/

Check out some of the shirts and stuff they've got on there. I've got one coming to me now. They've also got a discussion board. They're just getting started and need some help in spreading the word.

Drop by and take a look around.
So I'm thinking about it. My ol' truck has seen it's better days. Bed is crushed from the 4-wheeler, side crunched from fender bender, fender hit twice by deer, mirrors broken, etc, etc, etc. I take this truck everywhere, it's scratched, dinged and dented.

Anyone done it themselves? If so how tough was it, whats needed? Any other thoughts? Stencil kits? Base color? ETC.

Thanks!

P. Beyer

"It makes no difference whether I got anything; it has to do with how the day was spent"

Fred Bear
Kentucky Afield News
From KY Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources
August 29, 2003
For more information contact (800) 858-1549

KDFWR ADDS TWO DAYS OF DOVE HUNTING TO PUBLIC LEASE FIELD SEASON

Frankfort, KY, August 29, 2003 - Dove hunters who hunt on any of the public dove hunting fields under lease to the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFWR) will be permitted to hunt these properties on the first two Saturdays in September. Public lease program fields, including the two additional days, will be open on Sept. 1,2,4,6,7,8,11, and Sept. 13 through October 24. September 6 and 13 were not listed in the 2003-04 Kentucky Dove & Early Migratory Bird Hunting Season Guide. However, fields will be posted open for those dates on site. A complete list of fields leased by KDFWR for public hunting is published in the guide. The guide also gives directions to leased fields and other important statewide and wildlife management area season information. Some fields may be open only to youth mentor hunts opening day.

The 2003 Dove Hunting Guide is available at hunting and fishing license outlets, on the internet at

http://www.kyafield.com/doveguide03.asp

or by calling (800) 858-1549 weekdays 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Eastern.


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I believe there was a post on here a while back about crops being harvested and the boone and crocket/pope and young bucks killed from those areas. I was wondering if anyone knew of where i could find those maps. They were color corrdinated maps telling how many bucks were killed and then there was a map showing the crops harvested by county.

Thanks,

JOrdan

I wish I was in the woods!!!
hey guys I live at fort knox and i was wondering what the closet place to fort knox to ride my atv. any info will be gladly be appraciated.

BigBroadhead
"Deer Killer"
Check in the Cyber Hunters Public area regarding the Buck Contest with the $100 Prize for biggest buck, a prize for buck with bow, and a prize for biggest doe.

Entry $10 and there are only limited entries not thousands, not hundreds, just 20 (this is non profit and all proceeds are distributed to contestants).
Ginseng this year while squirrel hunting or scouting?
i didnt find any yet has it started to turn yellow yet?
i did find alot of blood root...i hear "Seng" prices are gonna be up this year...

"A wise indian once said,the more you move the less you will see,the less you move the more you will see"

" I live to hunt, but my wife says i may be hunting a place to live"
It has a lot of nice Bucks. A lot of countryland in around this area. There's a lot of country out there around the WMA also if you can find some nice landowners. We used to squirrel hunt the dog pee out that place in there....
Especially on the Lawrance county area. You could be lucky enough to find a farm to lease...


Billy


I love the streams and mountains of Eastern Ky where I was raised. Left Fork of Abbott Creek, Prestonsburg, Ky.
www.thecreekbank.com
I am really wanting to try a hog hunt with dogs. Either with a knife or bow. the knife sounds like a rush. Any body know of anyone that could provide a single day or maybe two days of hunting at a reasonable price. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Does anybody know about this area. Made a trip out there a few weeks ago and love the mountains out that way. Any chances of a nice buck being killed there during the October Muzzleloader season. Make take a camping trip.

WVHIGHCOUNTRY
"Live to Hunt"
I purchased some farm land over the summer halfway tween Franklin and Scottsville on Hwy 100. I have not hunted in Kentucky prior to this year. Would like to hear any deer and turkey hunting reports about this area. Thanks in advance....

Muskrat

One shot one kill..Semper Fi
Have any of you all used this yet? What are your opinions?


Michael

Salt River Fish Slayer

The Goose Slayer
Guys. My wife bought me a new 12 gauge for my birthday for waterfowl hunting [:D]. I was wondering what works the best in your opinions. I used to use Bismuth 2 3/4 shells but my new gun can shoot 3.5 mags. What should I use and what are your opinions about the Kent Faststeel sheets? [8D]



Michael

Salt River Fish Slayer

The Goose Slayer
I just received the newsletter for Hunter Education. It contains a list of all Hunter Education and Bowhunter Education classes scheduled in the state right now. If anyone needs to take the course, post what county you're interested in and I'll post the information.
Hey fellows,
I don't deer hunt, but I do wade fish in creeks during deer season. So far I've not "Spooked" anyones game so to speak. I do wear orange and rarely hit the bank.

Is there anything more I can do to make it safer for both of us, because that time of the year the streams are on fire...

Thanks
Billy


I love the streams and mountains of Eastern Ky where I was raised.
For years my 15 year old son and I have not seen things on the same plane. Living in the city has afforded few opportunities for him to spend time in the outdoors other than occasional weekend trips to the farm or summer camping trips in the mountains. I attempted to spark his interest in hunting, fishing and backpacking at an early age but I realize now that my approach was all wrong. When I would take him out I neglected to take into consideration his age, attention span, or personal wants. I did not make these trips fun for him, I made them fun for me. As a result he has shown no interest the past several years in doing anything outside. I quickly found we had very little in common, spent little time together, and most of our conversations ended in arguments.
Life is a constant learning process. I have learned more in the past few years about myself and being a single parent than I could ever imagine. Fortunately for me it was not too late to realize the important things in life and to change how I live on a daily basis. As a result of this process I have handled things with Tim and my younger children much differently.

This summer Tim spent some time with his grandmother in Oregon. When he returned he had some money saved up from doing computer related jobs for an organization called Achieve Kids. ( I am a Software Engineer. It seems we have a little more in common than I thought.) We went to the bank to deposit 50% of his bounty and I asked him if there was anything in particular he wanted to purchase with the rest. His answer was quite surprising to me. He did not want video games or CD’s as I expected. He had seen me shooting my new bow and said he wanted to get one for himself and start hunting with me again. We talked about it for a quite a while and decided to go to Field and Stream to get outfitted. Scott King sized him up and outfitted him with a new bow. We picked out some accessories and left the bow to be assembled....
he did some work on my rugar 10/22 and it shoots awesome
for those of you that havent heard of him he holds the record for the shooting the most flying clay pigieons with a 22 rifle
does anyone know if he is still doing this kind of work and or have a www that i can find more info about him?

"A wise indian once said,the more you move the less you will see,the less you move the more you will see"

" I live to hunt, but my wife says i may be hunting a place to live"
I was just wondering if anybody out there likes to crow hunt as much as I do? last year we killed about 100 crows,and missed a bunch,my wife got me an electronic caller for x-mas 2 yrs. ago and I ain`t been the same since,go out and turn that thang on,you best have yo` shotgun loaded,cause here they come,It`s a blast to shootem` crows...during the off season from deer,turkey,dove,and you keep an eye on shootin` good practice,I use 12ga. 2 3/4``or 3``high brass #6 or #5 shot or even left over turkey loads If your shoulder can stand it...fast action...instint excitement...and there`s thousands of `em
Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2003 08:41:48 -0500

Wisconsin wolf turns up in Indiana

First wild wolf in Indiana since 1908

Indiana Department of Natural Resources biologists occasionally get calls from people reporting sightings of mountain lions, bears or wolves.

Most of these sightings are cases of mistaken identity. These large predators, which once roamed Indiana, are now absent from the state.

Last month, however, a Randolph County resident wasn't crying wolf when he reported a large canine found dead in a soybean field.

Indiana DNR and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials retrieved the remains of a young male gray wolf that had traveled more than 400 miles from its birthplace in northern Wisconsin.

"This is the most southern movement we've ever detected of a Wisconsin wolf and is really a pretty remarkable example of a young male wolf dispersing from its pack to try and establish its own territory," said Adrian Wydeven, a mammalian ecologist and wolf specialist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

"This wolf was found more than 407 miles away in a straight line across the map, which cuts across the bottom of Lake Michigan, so it is obvious he actually traveled much farther, especially considering he had to get around the greater metropolitan Chicago and Gary areas."

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials are currently investigating the wolf's remains to determine a cause of death.

The wolf was initially captured east of Black River Falls in Jackson County, Wis. in August 2002 as a 46-pound pup. He was a member of the Wildcat Mound Pack in the Black River State Forest where he was probably born in April 2002. He was fitted with an ear tag transmitter that allowed biologists to track his movements. The transmitter failed after Jan. 15, 2003, at which time he was still in his home territory in Wisconsin. Wolf dispersal normally occurs when wolves are 1 or 2 years old.

"They leave their home pack and travel some...
After the heated debate from shogans post last week I thought i'd share this gem....

http://www.bumperdumper.com/



- There are 10 types of people in the world. Those who understand binary and those who do not...
season open this weekend right? wasn't for sure.

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fellas i checked about 15 trees this am that are usually being hit hard by now...but i saw very few nuts that had been tested..i did find one tree that was cut out but it was a very small tree....
i didnt even see a single squirrel in any of the trees
in past every tree i checked today were great producers
so opener might just be spend knocking cob webbs out of the way in search for a tree being used

"A wise indian once said,the more you move the less you will see,the less you move the more you will see"

" I live to hunt, but my wife says i may be hunting a place to live"
HAS ANYONE EVER HUNTED GREEN RIVER AND IF SO DID YOU HAVE
ANY LUCK. I WAS THINKING OF BOW HUNTING THERE ANY INFO ON
WHAT SIDE OF LAKE TO HUNT AND MAYBE A GENERAL LOCATION TO
START AT NEVER BEEN TO GREEN RIVER IS THERE ALOT OF
BUCKS OR OVER RAN WITH DOES.ALSO IS THERE ANY FOOD PLOTS.I HAVE A BOAT DO I NEED IT TO GET TO THE DEER.

THANKS FOR ANY INFO
Kentucky Afield News
From KY Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources fw.ky.gov
<<...OLE_Obj...>> August 13, 2003 For more information
contact
For immediate release Lee McClellan (800) 858-1549

Dove Season Looks Good Despite Wet Spring

The 2003 fall dove hunting season looks promising, despite the unusually wet
spring that delayed planting of crops that attract doves.
"I think we should have a pretty good dove season, comparable to last year,"
said Rocky Pritchert, migratory bird coordinator for the Kentucky Department
of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFWR). "We had a lot of rain, but not any
huge blows that would have affected the fragile dove nests." He said dove
population counts are very similar to last year.
But, the rain hurt the planting of crops for the popular dove lease fields
program. "This year was a challenge for our dove lease field cooperators,"
Pritchert explained. "The wet spring affected the program because of the
limitations on planting conditions. Some of the cooperators had to drop out
because of the wet weather. They just couldn't get their crops out on time."
Pritchert said dove hunters need to check the KDFWR's website at fw.ky.gov
for updates on dove lease field conditions. He said the same conditions that
hurt the program could impact private dove fields.
"Some of the big fields are ready to go, while some of the fields won't be
as good," Pritchert explained. "If you find a good field, they should have a
lot of doves. The birds may be concentrated on the good fields."
There is a bright side to the wet spring. Good hunting should spread
out over a longer duration of the season as fields that are not ready on
opening day come to maturity. "The hunting on some of the fields should be
better in the middle of September rather than on opening day," Pritchert
said.
He said a recent survey of silage fields showed the good fields are
widely scattered. Dove hunters increase their chances of a...