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Oklahoma Lawyer Makes Deal In Cougar Killing

An Oklahoma City lawyer has pleaded no contest in connection with the shooting death of a cougar that led to the resignation of New Mexico's Game Commission chair.
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Maryland Shop Latest To Abandon ‘Smart Gun’ Sales

Christian Lowe
Engage Armament in Maryland abruptly reversed course on pledge to sell Armatix iP1 electronic handgun after Facebook backlash.
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Arrow Removed From Bear In New Jersey

A New Jersey veterinarian has removed an arrow from the face of a black bear.
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New Kentucky Fish And Wildlife Commissioner Hired

Gregory Johnson was selected to lead Kentucky's wildlife agency in the aftermath of an ethics scandal involving its former commissioner.
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Can Bowhunters Boost 3-D Target Longevity?

Jace Bauserman
Arrows and weather take their toll on 3-D targets, but you can easily eliminate the negative effects of weather with the Target Tarp.
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More Deer Poaching Seen In South Texas

Poachers have killed a large buck and wounded at least three deer in a tiny fishing village where residents' feeding of the animals has made them easy targets.
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Utah Considers Allowing Crow Hunting

The state's crow population has been growing and starting to damage fruit crops.
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Spam Filter Blocks Emails From Wolf Hunt Foes

A group that's fighting to stop Minnesota's wolf hunt is howling mad after running afoul of the spam filter on the state House email system.
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VIDEO: Bowhunting Nebraska Public Land Longbeards

Jace Bauserman
Public land hunting is different kind of hunting adventure. Bowhunting wild turkeys on public land takes it to a whole other level.
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Wisconsin Wolf Population Still Well Over Goal

The count is typically conducted during the time of year when the population is at its lowest point. The population can nearly double when pups are born in the spring.
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