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Vermont Seeks Bear Teeth From Successful Hunters

The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is asking the state's successful bear hunters to submit a tooth to biologists so they can collect information about the bear population.
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Huge Alabama Alligator Sets Safari Club Record

A gigantic alligator caught by a family in Alabama earlier this month has set a Safari Club International world record.
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Bow Shooting Tips From Scott Shultz

Bow season is just around the corner. Be ready to hit the woods with and the deer with these shooting tips.
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VIDEO: Shooter With No Hands, Just "Nubs" At The Range

Hunter Cayll has no hands, but he hasn't let that stop him from pursuing his passion—shooting.
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Michigan House OKs Measure Allowing Wolf Hunting

Lawmakers didn't have it take effect immediately. That means the effective date will be 90 days after the legislative session ends this fall, which rules out a wolf hunt until next year at the earliest.
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South Dakota Pheasant Outlook Positive For 2014 Season

The South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks recently completed annual pheasant brood survey shows a 76% increase over last year's counts. Rooster!
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Gun Owners Exempt From California Waiting Period

A federal judge has overturned part of a California law requiring a 10-day waiting period for gun buyers, ruling that it does not apply to those who already own firearms.
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Bear Season Begins Amidst Controversy

Maine's bear hunting season is underway amid a drive from animal rights activists to ban three methods of hunting the animals.
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Nearly $1M Iowa Barrier To Asian Carp Working

A nearly $1-million electronic fish barrier has succeeded in stopping invasive Asian carp from the Iowa Great Lakes.
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Hunters In Trouble After Disturbing Coyote Video

Prosecutors are investigating two Upper Peninsula hunters for videotaping hunting dogs mauling a coyote and for running down a coyote with a truck before filming and killing it.
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