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Feds Extend Comment Period On Idaho Wolf Derby

A permit is required because a derby is considered a competitive event with prizes. In 2013, there were two $1,000 prizes, one for the hunter who killed the biggest wolf, the other for the hunter who bagged the most coyotes.
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Judge To Rule On Maine Bear Referendum Injunction

The November ballot question will ask voters if they want to prohibit hunting bears while using bait, dogs, or traps. Proponents of the ban say such hunting methods are cruel.
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A&E To Debut New ‘Country Buck$’ Realty Show

New real-life series will follow the Busbice family on its 55,000-acre Louisiana ranch. The Busbice's are a key part of Plano Synergy Holdings, which produces thousands of hunting and fishing products.
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VIDEO: Why We Hunt For Food

For those that question sportsmen and their passion, here's a video you must watch.
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Traditional Fox Hunting Scarce, Hunting Clubs Target Coyotes

American fox-hunting is a sport so steeped in tradition that riders still wear ties and blazers and cry out “Tally ho!” at the sight of prey. But it is adapting to one dramatic change: Coyotes have displaced foxes in the wild and become the hunters' new quarry.
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Protesters To Shadow Wisconsin Wolf Hunters

A group of protesters plans to shadow wolf hunters in Wisconsin so they can observe their methods.
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Missouri Agency Scaling Back Captive Deer Proposal

Missouri conservation officials are scaling back their recommendations for new regulations of deer farms and hunting preserves that were aimed at controlling disease but had prompted cost concerns.
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National Park In North Dakota Thinning Bison And Elk Herds

The National Park Service is thinning the bison and elk herds in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, to keep them at manageable levels.
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VIDEO: Pheasant Hunting With A Silencer

Silencers have a large range of hunting applications. Check out this video to see what a suppressed pheasant hunt could be like.
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Elk Herd Thriving In Pennsylvania's Drilling Boom

Seven years into Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale drilling boom, the state's elk population continues to flourish despite concerns about industrial footprints, wildlife displacement and habitat degradation.
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