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Building A Better Muskrat Trap

Walter Abner Gibbs, a retired railroad man who came to Dorchester County to hunt ducks, ended up revolutionizing the muskrat and animal trap industry.
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VIDEO: PETA's Bid For Turkey Memorial In Utah Denied

Request to install a roadside memorial at the site where hundreds of turkeys died in a Utah truck crash has been denied.
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Biologists Say Louisiana Whooping Crane Eggs Won't Hatch

The first pair of whooping crane eggs laid in Louisiana in more than 75 years will not hatch.
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Game Commission Concerned With TV Host Violations

There's concern about the ethical and legal violations committed in South Dakota by Scott Robertson and his wife. Robertson hosts Beretta's “Wild and Raw.”
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Fish Survey: Record Your Striped Bass Catch

Striped bass are starting to arrive in New Hampshire's coastal waters, and the state wants to figure out how many are out there.
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Arkansas Foundation Opens New Shooting Range

The foundation says the facility will be used for shooting sports and archery.
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New York's Freshwater Fishing Season Opening

Fishing season is opening in New York for walleye, northern pike, pickerel and tiger muskellunge.
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Deer Down, Geese Up For Hunting Season

South Dakota officials are encouraging hunters to focus on the state's abundant goose population this season after announcing plans to significantly restrict deer hunting licenses.
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Maine Reports More Deer Bagged By Hunters

Hunters in Maine bagged 15 percent more deer in 2013 over the previous year.
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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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