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Youth Hunting Lags In Midwest Tri-State Area

Despite strong efforts, tri-state-area experts say they see fewer young people starting to hunt and expect overall participation to fall in the years ahead.
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Difference-Making Deer Gear: Rests, Stabilizers And Blades

When it comes to driving pro shop profits, pursuit of the wily whitetail is the undisputed King. Check out some of the best in rests, stabilizers, and blades.
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VIDEO: Bowhunter Stumbles Across Naked Man Near Hunt Site

Hunters there’s a new reason to keep your head on swivel while in the woods—naked men.
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Glock Founder's Ex-Wife Sues Him For $500 Million

Helga Glock's lawsuit asks for a jury trial, $500 million, and attorney fees. She also asks a judge to remove Gaston Glock and others from their roles in the company.
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Arizona: Mexican Wolf Proposal Would Be 'Disaster'

A proposal that would change the way the federal government manages endangered Mexican gray wolves throughout the Southwest would be a disaster for the states involved unless changes are made.
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Davenport Vote Targets Coyotes Inside City Limits

Aldermen have taken a step toward allowing people living on 10 acres or more inside Davenport city limits to kill coyotes on their land.
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Bear-Baiting Ban Supporters Seek Injunction

A 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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Ranchers Urge Relocation Of Washington Wolf Packs

Ranchers in northeastern Washington offered a simple solution to keep wolves from killing their livestock: Pack up the predators and ship them to western Washington.
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Difference-Making Deer Gear: Scent Control And Game Cams

When it comes to driving pro shop profits, pursuit of the wily whitetail is the undisputed King. Check out some of the best in scent control and game cams.
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Lawmakers Seek New Rules For Fenced-In Hunting

Wildlife officials have expressed concern that the operations can spread chronic wasting disease to the Indiana's wild deer.
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