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Court Rejects Alaska Appeal Over Fishing Rights

The Supreme Court has turned away an appeal by the state of Alaska in a long-running fight over the control of rivers and the fishing and hunting rights of Alaska Natives.
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Take Care Of Your Fishing Boat

Many anglers take special care not to run ethanol-mixed fuel through their boats, but even still, if the boat has sat up for a while, a fuel check is a good idea.
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Bear Season Is Here, Put Away Your Birdfeeder

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department says it's time to put the birdfeeders away to avoid bears hunting for food.
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Poll: Most Americans Feel Safer With Guns In The Home

Christian Lowe
A new poll from YouGov shows only 20 percent of Americans think guns in the home make them less safe.
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VIDEO: Predator Down Coyote Hunt Four Dogs Called

Watch as Dustin Butler of Predator Down calls in four coyotes on the same stand.
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VIDEO: Tree Falls On Target Shooter

Hanging targets on a tree and firing a few rounds for target practice seems like a pretty straightforward plan—until the tree falls.
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Team Studying Differences Among Indiana Deer

Research on fawns in Bloomington and Monroe and Brown counties shows differences in urban and rural white-tailed deer.
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Bass Pro Shop In Tacoma First In Northwest

A Bass Pro Shop Outdoor World store scheduled to open this fall in Tacoma will be the first in the Northwest.
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New York Seeks Hunter Input On Waterfowl Season

The state Department of Environmental Conservation is asking hunters to submit recommendations to its regional task forces for the dates of the fall 2014 duck hunting seasons by April 4.
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Vermont Officials Promote Hunting With Turkey Event

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is promoting hunting by young people with the Governor's Youth Turkey Hunt this spring.
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