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Coyote Population Booms in Florida

Coyotes have inundated south Florida to such a level that Broward County Parks, along with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, held an online coyote seminar this spring on dealing with coyotes.

NRA Free Online Hunter Education Course Raises $150,000 for State Wildlife Agencies

Your National Rifle Association is pleased to announce its free online Hunter Education Course has raised more than $150,000 for state wildlife agencies in matching Pittman-Robertson (P-R) funds.

Florida Institutes First Annual Deer Bag Limit

Florida hunters need to be aware of two new hunting regulation changes for the 2019–2020 deer season: The implementation of a statewide bag limit on deer and a mandatory reporting requirement for all harvested deer.

Mountain Lion Killed with Bow in Self-Defense

After purchasing an over-the-counter archery-elk tag for an area near Gunnison, Colo., Florida resident Trevor Brown experienced quite the high-country initiation for a first-time bowhunter.

Poached Deer is Potential Florida State Record

A 23-point buck that could be a new Florida state record was poached last October. The buck was initially measured by a Boone and Crockett Club official and grossed a green-score of 207 inches, putting it in the class of the current state record.

Florida Hunter Bags New State-Record Non-Typical Turkey

Chris Echele's March 23 hunt resulted in his bagging a six-bearded gobbler that is the new Florida state record in the non-typical category.

Video: Florida Hog Hunt with Horton Crossbow Innovations

Hog hunting is a thrill all on its own—but stalking pigs through the dense Florida brush and getting into bow range? Now you're talking about adventure. Editor in Chief J. Scott Olmsted recently had the opportunity to join Horton Crossbow Innovations for such a trip, with hopes of attained his first-ever archery kill.

Member's Hunt: Graduating to Alberta Bears

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Peyton Spencer of Bradenton, Fla.

Sunshine State Hogs: America’s Original Invasive Species

After deer, hogs are Florida’s next most popular big-game quarry, and compared to most other hog states, the wild porkers are a close second.

Greetings from Gatorland!

While Florida may no longer abound with the wild, jungly scenes once depicted in colorful tourism art, enlightened wildlife management has created a new era that’s good for hunters.

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