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ATF Uses AR Pistols To Justify Ban On 5.56 Ammo

In announcing a new ban on popular ‘green tip’ military surplus ammunition, the ATF is taking another run at the booming market for AR-style pistols.
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Delacroix Lake Offers Hottest Speckled-Trout Action

“Everybody's catching fish and having fun and coming back with smiles on their faces,” says Jack Payne. Especially those who get out there early to claim their spots.
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Maine Accepting Moose Lottery Applications

Maine wildlife managers are accepting applications to participate in the state's moose hunting lottery.
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Vermont Holds Spring Snow Goose Hunt To Reduce Population

Vermont and seven other states are holding spring snow goose hunting season to help cut down on the growing population that officials say is destroying habitat.
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Survey Finds Fewer Ducks And Geese In West Virginia

Waterfowl biologist Mike Peters says duck numbers were down from last year's count by 11 percent, while goose numbers were down 4 percent.
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Fishing-Lure Maker Makes Splash With Turkey Call

Bill Looney is best known as the fisherman who invented the legendary Amma Bama muskie lure. Now he's branching out into hunting gear.
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Wyoming Governor Announces Task Force For Game And Fish Future

Gov. Matt Mead is forming a task force to look at the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and make any recommendations for changes on everything from funding to hunter recruitment.
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Bobcat Season Ending For The Year In Maine

Maine's bobcat hunting season is ending for the year this month.
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Kentucky Halts Imports Of Indiana Deer, Citing Disease Links

Kentucky's state veterinarian has temporarily banned imports of captive deer from Indiana over concerns about disease.
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New Mexico Senate OKs Bill To Ban Coyote-Killing Contests

The bill would end coyote-killing contests without restricting the ability of farmers and ranchers to protect their livestock.
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