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Tennessee Hosting Outdoors Workshop Aimed At Women

The workshop takes place June 6-8 and is an opportunity for anyone 18 or older to learn outdoor skills associated with hunting and fishing.
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Sitka Man Charged After Shooting Brown Bear

A man who killed a brown bear near a Sitka residential area has been charged with unlawful possession of game.
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Florida Panhandle Wolf Preserve Washed Out By Flood

Heavy rains washed away some 15 acres of enclosures at the Seacrest Wolf Preserve in the Florida Panhandle.
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South Dakota AG Challenges New York Gun Ban

A New York state ban on semi-automatic weapons sets a worrying precedent that could affect the rights of South Dakotans and people across the country to use such weapons in hunting.
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Bear Returns To Panama City After Being Relocated

A black bear that wildlife officials relocated to a forest some 90 miles away last month has made its way back to a Panama City neighborhood.
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Ultimate Guide To Better Spinner Rigging For Walleyes

spinner rigs are deadly weapons for walleyes. Offering an alluring combination of fish-attracting flash, vibration, scent and taste, these churning, twirling performers are versatile standouts.
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Handmade Duck Calls Attract A Following

Hunters, woodworkers and wildlife enthusiasts have been carving and decorating duck calls for generations.
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8-Foot Deer Fences Proposed For Eugene Homes

Proposed higher fences are for residents complaining about deer raiding their flower and vegetable gardens.
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Ann Arbor To Consider Killing Some Deer In City

Ann Arbor plans to consider efforts to control the city's deer population that could include killing some of the animals or sterilization.
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Supreme Court Rejects Concealed Carry Case

Christian Lowe
Top justices declined to consider a case that many believe would have settled the argument over whether the Second Amendment guarantees the right to carry a firearm outside the home.
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