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Sportfishing Industry Awards "Best of Show" At ICAST Trade Show

Steve Gramins
Check out the new products awarded "Best of Show" at the 2014 ICAST sportfishing trade show, held in Orlando, Florida, this July. Hats off to the winners!
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Teen Recovering After Barracuda Shreds Arm, Chest

A teenage boy is recovering after a 5-foot barracuda apparently jumped into his father's boat and slashed his arm and chest.
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VIDEO: What Is It Like To Hit A Moose At 60 MPH?

There are many reasons to hunt and many reasons to drive safely. Collisions like this are reason to do both.
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Rhino Poacher Gets 77 Years Behind Bars

A rhino poacher in South Africa has been sentenced to 77 years in prison in one of the heaviest penalties aimed at curbing poachers who target rhinos for their horns.
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Illinois Cuts Firearms Permits, Late-Season Deer Hunts

Declines in deer-vehicle accidents and the impact of hemorrhagic disease prompt game officials to cut deer hunting opportunities.
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VIDEO: Tennessee Restaurant Owner Welcomes Gun Owners

A Tennessee restaurant owner has placed a sign in the window of her business welcoming gun owners, which has increased revenue and saved the business.
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South Dakota Biologists Study Fawn Survival

Biologists can't stop bad weather, but they can find better ways to account for how it, as well as predation and disease, affect the deer herd.
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Donation Replaces Bows Stolen From State Programs

A donor has stepped in to replace several archery bows stolen from Rhode Island's hunter education program.
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Alligator Season Catches On In Mississippi

Alligator hunting season has become one of the hottest sports in Mississippi.
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Ted Nugent Concert Cancelled By Native American Tribe

The Coeur d'Alene Tribe cancelled Ted Nugent's concert at the their casino because of what it called the rocker's "racist and hate-filled remarks."
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