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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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Montana Uses Grant To Buy Grizzly Bear Habitat

The Montana Land Board approved a $345,000 purchase of 320 acres of threatened grizzly bear habitat to add to the Blackleaf Wildlife Management Area in Teton County.
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Northern Anglers Can Keep Largemouth Bass

Anglers in northern Wisconsin can keep largemouth bass this season for the first time in 22 years.
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VIDEO: Lightforce Pred9x Night Hunting Light Review

The PRED9X operates wirelessly and its high-contrast light source allows you to spot camouflaged prey in heavy cover.
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Grand Coulee Fishing Spot Closed Since 9/11 Opens

A popular fishing spot below the Grand Coulee Dam has reopened for the first time since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
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Mule Deer Herd's 150-Mile Migration Is Longest Recorded

It is the farthest recorded mule deer migration in the world, and an ancient rite vital to the long-term survival of Wyoming's iconic mule deer populations.
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Wisconsin DNR Assessing Winter Deer Kill

Wisconsin wildlife officials are using road-kill and radio-tracking data to assess the harsh winter's effect on the state's deer herd.
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Road Kill Bill Would Make Claiming Animals Simpler

A bill to simplify the road kill claiming process and allow more people to keep dead animals for food, bait or pelts is on its way to becoming Michigan law.
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VIDEO: Moose Charges Snowmobile, Flees After Warning Shot

Janis and Bob Powell say they were just outside of Jackman when they came across a moose. They say the animal stopped and charged at them.
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