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This time of year finds most of us snug on the couch watching football or out on snowmobiles enjoying the snow. But if you dream of taking an out-of-state trip to hunt some day, you need to start planning now. Hunting in other states does take some planning, but it really isn’t very difficult. Many people think out-of-state hunts are only for that once-in-a-lifetime trophy, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Quality hunts for mature animals aren’t difficult to find and participate in every couple of years if you play your cards right. They can also be a great way to extend your season.

Out-of-state hunting can extend the season, but planning ahead is important to acquire preference points.

Oregon transportation officials plan to ask lawmakers in November for authorization to spend up to $1 million to purchase land in southeast Sa…

SALEM — Oregon transportation officials plan to ask lawmakers in November for authorization to spend up to $1 million to purchase land in sout…