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Wyoming Organizes Baggs Mule Deer Group

The herd near Baggs is one of the most popular for both resident and nonresident hunters in Wyoming, receiving nearly 10,000 hunter use days each year.
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Black Bear Attacks Woman, Dogs In Montana

State and federal officials are investigating a woman's report that she and her dogs were attacked by a black bear as they ran on Forest Service land in Montana.
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Pack The Right Lures For A Boundary Waters Fishing Adventure

Because you need to limit weight, you should pay special attention to lure selection.
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2014 Bowhunting Gear: Bohning Crester

The new Bohning Crester boasts a 220-440 RPM range for 5/16-inch shafts.
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VIDEO: Colorado Restaurant Has Gun Wearing Waitresses

Shooters Grill in Rifle, Colorado not only welcomes firearms on the premises, but your food is served by gun toting waitresses.
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Illinois Expands Popular Public Hunting Lands

275 acres are being added to the Big Bend State Fish & Wildlife Area in Whiteside County near Prophetstown along the Rock River.
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Hunter Education Bows Stolen

Rhode Island officials are on the hunt for archery bows stolen last and possibly sold on Craigslist.
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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

In honor of the Fourth of July, $5 from each sale will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.
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