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28,000 bass fingerlings released into Red River

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries has stocked the Red River with over 28,000 Florida strain largemouth bass fingerlings.
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Hunters kill 110K deer during Wisconsin opening weekend

Hunters killed 53,865 bucks, down 25 percent from 71,989 last year. The antlerless harvest, meanwhile, was down 9 percent from 2012.
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Hunters should avoid harvesting "Collared Deer" in research locations

Hunters are encouraged to avoid harvesting a collared deer during the 2013-14 hunting season. The sedatives used to capture the deer make consumption of the deer unsafe for a 45-day period.
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Wounded warriors enjoy Virginia weekend deer hunt

"This isn't about killing deer," said hunt organizer Brian Green. "It's about showing these guys there are people in this country who give a damn about what they're fighting for."
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Wisconsin governor doesn't see any deer

Gov. Scott Walker's deer hunt has come up empty.
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Carhartt partners with state on Pure Michigan Hunt

Clothing maker Carhartt is partnering with the state for the Department of Natural Resources' Pure Michigan Hunt.
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VIDEO: Wounded deer startles two hunters

Two hunters leave their stand to retrieve a fallen deer. When they reach the animal not every thing is what it seems.
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Deer gun season starting in West Virginia

Deer hunters are fanning out across West Virginia for the start of the two-week gun season.
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2 men arrested after deer decoy shooting, pursuit

Two men face fish and wildlife violations and a felony charge for allegedly shooting at a deer decoy and leading Indiana conservation officers on a pursuit.
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Book documents 25-year goose-banding project

More than two decades ago Alaska Native youths helped scientists capture and band geese to address declining numbers of migratory waterfowl in the state's Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.
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