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Former Iron Curtain Still Barrier For Deer

Deer still balk at crossing the border with Germany even though the physical fence came down a quarter century ago.
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Coyote Wanders Into Fargo Mall

A worker at West Acres Mall noticed the coyote in a back corridor used for employee access and deliveries.
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Yankton Bids For International Archery Tournament

Yankton is submitting a bid to host an international archery competition that includes hundreds of participants and is viewed by almost 1 billion people on television.
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Bow Hunter Gets Good Look At Turkeys He Pursues

John Braun says, "I wouldn't go back to my shotgun even if I could. When you hunt them with a bow, you get them in so close that you can see them blink an eye."
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UPDATED: Mossberg Partners With Red Jacket Firearms

Red Jacket Firearms, famous for its reality TV series Sons of Guns, has signed an agreement with Mossberg to develop a branded series of shotguns and rifles.[Story has been updated]
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AMERISTEP Launches New Website

The new and improved site boasts commanding graphics, seamless navigation, and is loaded with exceptional content.
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West Virginia Spring Gobbler Season Set To Open

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources says spring gobbler season will open April 28 and run through May 24.
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Illegal Moose Kill, Antler Transport Brings Fine

A 67-year-old Fairbanks man has been fined $10,000 for helping to shoot an under-size moose and for shipping the antlers out of Alaska.
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Love Of Hunting Began At Age 10 For Carolyn Harper

Carolyn Harper has more than 65 years of experience hunting everything from ducks, quail, deer and turkey.
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Woman Charged With Feeding Bears To Be Evaluated

81-year-old Mary Musselman was arrested in February after authorities say she repeatedly violated warnings not to feed the wild animals.
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