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Court Says Hunters Can Train Dogs On Wolves

A state appeals court ruled hunters can train dogs to chase down wolves, rejecting arguments from humane societies that wildlife officials are allowing deadly wolf-dog clashes.
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Wolf Quotas Set For Montana Sportsmen

There are no quotas except for limits of six wolves across two management areas near Yellowstone National Park, and two wolves outside Glacier National Park.
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Harry Reid Blocks Amendment Votes To Public Land Hunting Expansion Bill

Senate procedures being used to prevent votes on amendments to a bipartisan measure expanding hunters' access to public lands and land conservation programs.
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Facebook Caves, Removes Teen Hunter's Photos

Texas teen Kendall Jones "unwavering" in the face of social media frenzy over her African safari pics.
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2014 Bowhunting Gear: Robinson Outdoor Products

Combining treestand safety in an effective scent-control garment is Robinson Outdoor Products Featherlite SpiderWeb.
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VIDEO: Bear Gets Head Stuck, Freed With Logging Gear

Bears do funny things. Like wandering into bars, watching baseball games, eating cupcakes at a baby’s birthday party, and now—add getting stuck in a milk can to the list.
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Rebel Releases New Lures Made For Kids

MicroCritters feature kid-friendly shapes and barbless hooks for safety.
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Breaking: Bear Releases New Cruzer Bow Package

Heeding the call for highly-adjustable and technology-rich bows at a reasonable price, Bear Archery brings to market its new-for-2015 Cruzer bow package.
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'Best All-Around' Taxidermist Still Learning

Since beginning to pursue taxidermy in 2004, Bob Dorta has participated in competitions all over the country.
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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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