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Florida Woman Doesn't Blame Bear For Her Attack

A Florida woman who was attacked by a bear says she doesn't want bears to be killed by wildlife officials for doing what wild animals do.
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Lake Sakakawea In Good Shape For Fishing

The good news for Lake Sakakawea anglers is the level of the reservoir could rise as much as 10 feet this summer.
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Savage Arms Signs 'Swamp People' As Brand Ambassadors

Savage Arms is proud to announce its partnership with Troy, Jacob and Chase Landry from the “Swamp People” series on HISTORY.
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Powderhook Connects Hunters With Prime Land

People use Airbnb, Expedia, VRBO, and other popular websites that connect them with places to stay while traveling; we are doing something similar in the hunting/fishing world.
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Forest Service Urges Bear Safety In North Carolina

The Forest Service also recommends that people keep their campsites clean of food scraps and garbage. People also are urged to never leave food or coolers unattended.
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Michigan DNR Offers Middle School Program On Bears

Students will learn about the life cycle of the Michigan black bear, general black bear biology and behavior, and how the DNR manages and maintains a healthy black bear population.
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Miss Kansas To Host Show For Outdoors Channel

Theresa Vail's cameras will be videoing her on hunts and other outdoors passions for “Limitless,” a series she'll be hosting on the Outdoors Channel next year.
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Rare Wolves Born At South Carolina Refuge

The red wolf is a smaller cousin of the gray wolf found in the western United States. A red wolf typically weighs 45 to 80 pounds.
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Vermont's Walleye Fishing Season Set To Begin

In all waters, except Lake Carmi, Chittenden Reservoir and the Connecticut River, walleye and sauger must be at least 18 inches long and there is a three-fish daily limit.
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Yellowstone Elk Count Marred By Weather

The annual count of a major elk herd that migrates between Yellowstone National Park and Montana was unable to be completed this year.
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