Maine Government News MDIF&W: Preliminary 2010 Deer Harvest Numbers Show Increase March 4, 2011 Inland Fisheries & Wildlife MAINE DEPARTMENT OF INLAND FISHERIES & WILDLIFE 284 State St., SHS 41, Augusta, ME 04333 www.mefishwildlife.com Main Number: (207) 287-8000 MEDIA: For more i...
Finally some early snow! The deer season around Jackman Maine started off with tracking snow in the higher elevations. I hunted on my own for a few days before my client showed up. I saw a few average bucks but, couldn’t seem to find one of those big old square toed tracks. I took Wednesday off t...
The results are in from the 2010 All Women's Bear Hunt sponsored by Remington Arms and Cedar Ridge Outfitters and it was a huge success. 5 of the 8 women hunting killed bear and 2 others saw a bear but did not get a shot. The weather, as usual, played a big role in bear sightings and it proved to be...

Sound Advice

Sound Advice By Hal Blood           If you are old enough to remember the band Buffalo Springfield, then you’ll remember the lyrics to one of their songs that went, “Stop, hey what’s that sound. Everybody look what’s going down.” When you’re hunting the...
A Word from Hal             About 20 years ago, when fanny packs were first getting popular for hunting, I purchased one from Cabela's. Over the years it saw a lot of use and the pack began to wear and come apart. I kept trying to find a re...
     Big Woods Bucks is proud to introduce the members of our Pro-Staff to all of you. We invite you to click on the pro-staff page and get familiar with each of them. We chose them based on a certain criteria we feel is necessary to bring you the most valuable knowledge as well ...
As all of you prepare to go afield during the upcoming turkey season, I want to make you aware of the fact there has been somewhat of a tick population explosion being reported in the Northeast this year. Glenn Dunning, owner of Tundrator Consultants and columnist ...
 Hal’s 2009 Season I started off the 2009 deer season with our annual Ontario get away. After the long road trip out which always consists of a lot of coffee and fast food, we settled into camp with anticipation of the first days hunt. We were anxious to get back to an area we had found the ...
Once again my deer season kick-off was our annual guide’s trip to Ontario in mid October. This year we drove, stopping at a motel for a six hour break to stretch out and get a few winks of sleep. All of us snorers slept but some of the other guy’s didn’t! We arrived at camp to find the weather quite...
Preserving the memories of your hunt with quality photos in the field As I write this column at the beginning of April, the weather is showing signs that spring is finally coming to the North Country. Yesterday I was outside in a tee shirt washing the road salt off from the vehicles. It was fifty d...
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