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Pheasants Numbers Up In North Dakota

The spring pheasant crowing count survey showed a 6 percent rise statewide from last year.
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Target Stores Do Not Want Guns Brought In

Target is "respectfully" asking its customers to not bring firearms into its stores, even where it is allowed by law.
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Breaking: Quality Archery Designs Launches New Patriot Rest

Jace Bauserman
In honor of the Fourth of July, $5 from each sale will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.
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2014 Bowhunting Gear: Celestron Firecell

Celestron’s FireCel IS an innovative three-in-one product that contains a flashlight, hand warmer, and a cell phone charger.
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Pope And Young Club Teams With Black Eagle Arrows

Jace Bauserman
New corporate sponsor looks to help advocacy group promote bowhunting access.
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TrackingPoint Optic Ignites Debate Over 'Fair' Chase

Wayne van Zwoll
Computerized scope that claims near-perfect accuracy over long range prompts some to argue whether the technology makes hunting too easy.
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Summer Preps For Deer Season

Archery season is closing in, and there are things hunters can do now to improve their deer season.
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Teen Hunter Kendall Jones Latest Victim Of Anti-Hunting Cyber Bullies

Jace Bauserman
Young Texas female hunter targeted by animal rights activists over Africa lion kill.
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South Dakota Archery Complex Earning International Cred

A South Dakota city with fewer than 15,000 residents is continuing to establish itself as an international archery powerhouse.
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North Carolina Red Wolf Program To Undergo Review

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed to review the red wolf program, raising the possibility that the 27-year experiment to restore the rare predators in eastern North Carolina may come to an end.
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