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National Shooting Competition Comes To Kansas

The U.S. Open Sporting Clays Championship at the Claythorne Lodge in Cherokee County is expected to draw shooters from 47 states and several countries.
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Moose Jumps Through Window, Disrupts Schoolchildren

The teacher and a dozen teenagers fled the classroom to another part of the school and locked themselves into a room to escape the thrashing animal.
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VIDEO: Kill Suit Desert And Grassland Camo For Predator Hunting

The Deluxe Kill Suit ghillie gives you the ability to disappear in plain sight and blend into your surroundings using the best camouflage system on the market.
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Thousands Of Striped Bass Placed In Lake Hartwell

South Carolina has released more about 280,000 striped bass into Lake Hartwell and officials say they should be worth catching in a couple of years.
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How I Weighed In 25.5-Pounds At Dardanelle

Zell Rowland didn’t win the B.A.S.S. Elite tournament on Arkansas’ Dardanelle, but he did bring in the biggest sack of the tournament on Day 2 – 25.5 pounds!
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Bear Wanders Into Courthouse Parking Garage

Deputies in central Wisconsin say an adult bear wandered into a parking garage beneath the Wausau courthouse.
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Mississippi Alligator Hunt Application Period Begins

Hunters must have a valid Mississippi hunting license before the application is made.
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Squirrel Hunting Misadventures

An 11 day hospital stay with birdshot and squirrel flesh in your buttocks is certainly a squirrel hunting misadventure.
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Elk Group Donates $25K For Wolf Management

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has donated $25,000 to the state Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks to help the agency better determine the number of wolves in Montana.
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Predator-Control Effort Aims To Boost Moose

Alaskan biologists have again killed dozens of bears in an effort to increase the number of available moose for subsistence hunters in part of the western Interior.
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