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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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Oregon Ranchers Kill 500-lb Black Bear

Ranchers in south-central Oregon have legally killed a nearly 500-pound black bear after one of their heifers was killed by a bear and the giant animal was found in the family's cattle herd.
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Cabela's Plans To Hire 225 For 1st New York Store

The 88,000-square-foot store will be Cabela's first in New York state. In addition to outdoor products, the store will include a large mountain replica, indoor archery range, boat shop and deli.
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VIDEO: Preparing A Food Plot

Follow Jace Bauserman and friends as they plant and manage food plots, and hopefully, harvest a big buck or two when season arrives.
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One Walleye Limit On 173 Wisconsin Lakes

Fishing limits have been a source of tension since the 1980s, when non-tribal anglers staged racial protests that included rock-throwing and fake Native American heads impaled on pikes.
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Field Day Focuses On Deer, Nuisance Animals

LSU AgCenter forestry and wildlife specialist Don reed says the session will focus on the management of white-tailed deer and on controlling feral hogs and other nuisance animals.
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