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Angler Sets New York Record For Striped Bass

Eric Lester of Campbell Hall reeled in a 60-pound female striper measuring 53.4 inches long from the Hudson River.
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Trophy Northern Pike Population On The Rise In South Dakota

Northern pike have done quite well in Lake Oahe. So well, in fact, that anglers are regularly catching fish up to and over 20 pounds.
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Squirrel, Bass Seasons To Open In Missouri

Missouri hunting and fishing seasons are opening for squirrels and bass.
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Officials: Wolf Kills Border Collie Herding Sheep

Federal officials say a wolf killed a border collie herding sheep in the Boise foothills.
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Ammunition Shortage Reaches Rural Alaska Stores

A shortage of ammunition in the country is starting to affect Alaska subsistence hunters.
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Former DNR Warden Accused Of Stealing Guns

Investigators say a former Wisconsin DNR warden charged with multiple counts of theft and misconduct in office was stealing guns from people he cited.
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Wyoming Elk Antler Auction Sets Records

An auction of antlers that benefits a national elk refuge and local Boy Scouts netted more than $230,000, nearly three times average.
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New Mexico Considers Deer Hunting Reduction

The state Game and Fish Department is seeking public comment on possible changes in hunting rules, including a proposal to reduce the number of licenses for hunting deer.
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Nebraska's 2014 Big Game Guide Available Online

A summary of regulations about hunting deer, antelope, elk and bighorn sheep, plus unit maps and information on season dates, permits and bag limits.
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2 Convicted Of Bear Trap Tampering At Lake Tahoe

A mother and her adult daughter have been convicted of tampering with a bear trap at Lake Tahoe in an effort to thwart wildlife officials.
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