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Missouri Game & Fish November 2018

Every month in Game & Fish, you'll discover the best hotspots throughout your region for hunting and fishing. We'll also bring you your state's latest outdoor news, plus plenty of how-to tactics and special strategies designed to make you a more successful hunter and angler.

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United States
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English
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KSE Sportsman Media, Inc.
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prime time

We hope you’ve already filled a bow tag this season and tasted backstraps again. If not, you’ve still got time to get in on the action. Turn to page 11 to take a look at some of the latest hunting firearms for 2018. We inspected cham- bers, pulled triggers and checked accuracy on a bunch of fine options. It might be time for you to up your game and spring for a new deer or coyote gun. Or you might just want to see what’s out there. Either way, we’re sure you’ll be triggered to get out in the woods, field or treestand. ■…

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in the field

Venture Scout Builds 200 Fish AttractorsMADDY AGERS, of St. Louis, believes in the Scout tradition of good deeds, but instead of helping a little old lady across the street, she created 200 fish-attracting structures at Jerry P. Combs Lake east of Kennett. Agers joined Venturing, a co-ed program of Boy Scouts of America (BSA) in 2014 and tackled the fish-attractor project as part of her quest for the Hornaday Award, which focuses on conservation.Deer Feeding Restrictions ExpandedTHE MISSOURI Department of Conservation (MDC) has expanded restrictions on feeding or placing minerals for deer to seven new counties in response to new cases of chronic wasting disease. The seven new counties are: Bollinger, Cape Girardeau, Grundy, Madison, McDonald, Mercer and Perry. The feeding ban for these counties became effective July 1.MDC…

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calendar

NOVEMBER 3 DEER HUNTING 101 Learn the basics of deer hunting at Andy Dalton Shooting Range, just outside of Springfield. Instructors will cover scouting, setup, taking the shot and more. Register by November 3.NOVEMBER 14 TEACHING ARCHERY AND EXPLAINING WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT The Missouri Department of Conservation will be helping teach kids ages 10 to 15 the basics of archery and explaining the use of archery as a management tool. Located at the Cape Girardeau Nature Center. Registration begins November 1.NOVEMBER 23-25 LATE YOUTH DEER SEASON Early dates for this season mean better hunting conditions. Now is the perfect time to help a kid make a lasting memory.NOVEMBER 22-25 & DEC. 3-JAN. 27 SOUTH ZONE DUCK SPLIT South Zone duck hunters get the best of both worlds this year. Hunt…

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2018’s g f best hunting rigs

The X-Bolt’s smooth 60-degree throw proved impressive during testing and made quick follow-up shots a pleasure. BOLT-ACTION BROWNING X-BOLT HUNTER .30-06 Springfield, $899 WHAT WE LIKED: It improves upon a classic A-Bolt design, features a free-floated barrel, extremely crisp trigger and a wide variety of cartridges for whatever game you’re pursuing. WHAT WE’D CHANGE: The proprietary bases and scope rings can be tricky to find. LAUNCHED IN 2008, a little over 20 years after the A-Bolt made its public debut, the X-Bolt made an impact on the bolt-action rifle market. Some of its more noteworthy features are the 60-degree bolt throw, detachable rotary magazine, bolt unlock button, and its recoil inflex technology that helps mitigate recoil by pushing the stock down and away from the…

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rounds tested

6.5 Creedmoor Federal Fusion 140 gr.Winchester Deer XP 125 gr.Rem. Core-Lokt 140 gr. PSPCL .308 Winchester Federal 180 gr. Soft PointBarnes Vortex 150 gr. TSX BT .30-06 Springfield Rem. Core-Lokt 150 gr.Nosler 180 gr. BTHornady Custom Lite 125 gr. SST ■…

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1 gun, 40 barrels

You can convert the T/C Contender from rim-fire to centerfire with a simple barrel change. IN 1967, Thompson/Center offered the first Contender: a single-shot, hammerfired pistol that could be easily converted to a rifle, a shotgun or a muzzleloader. Although it looked like nothing else on the market at that time, shooters and hunters immediately fell in love with Thompson/Center’s new handgun. In particular, competitive silhouette pistol shooters favored the T/C’s lengthy barrel and robust grip as well as the fact that the Contender could be modified to fire a variety of cartridges. Many of those silhouette shooters were also hunters, and the Contender became one of the top options for handgun hunting.In 2013 Thompson/Center dropped the Contender from their line, but within two years the company brought back…

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