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Vermont Fish And Wildlife To Hold Deer And Moose Hearings

The hearings will provide an opportunity for hunters to give biologists their observations and opinions about the status of the deer herd.
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Illinois Spring Wild Turkey Season To Open Soon

Last year, spring wild turkey hunters in Illinois bagged more than 14,000 turkeys in Illinois, including those taken during youth seasons.
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Mountain Lion Attack On Dog Prompts Hunting Permit

A mountain lion attack on a French bulldog has prompted a Southern California couple to obtain a permit to hunt the big cat down.
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Illinois Lawmakers Investigate Drop In Deer Numbers

Illinois state lawmakers are getting involved in an effort to find out why the latest deer-hunting season saw such a decline in harvested animals and whether action is needed to increase the deer population.
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WhoDat Spoon Great For Catching Louisiana Redfish

As the water level rose, the team slowly worked into the flats via ditches that provided enough depth for the boat. It was on these weed-choked flats and slightly deeper ponds where the Metal WhoDat Spoon did most of its damage.
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TVA To Treat Weeds In Lake Guntersville

Weeds spread quickly and hamper access for boaters and swimmers. But the weeds also provide a home and breeding areas for bass.
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Vermont: 2013 Deer Hunts Totaled 14,107 Animals

Hunters took more than 14,000 deer during the state's four deer hunting seasons last year, an increase of 2.5 percent over 2012, according to the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife.
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Utah Governor Signs Youth Hunter Permit Bill

Gov. Gary Herbert has signed legislation that allows Utah youth to get a hunting permit without first taking a training course if they're accompanied an adult.
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Georgia Group Mulls Sharpshooters To Reduce Deer Herd

A coastal Georgia conservation and development authority is considering bringing in sharpshooters to address an overpopulation of white tailed deer.
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Former South Dakota Senator Loses Hunting Privileges

A former state senator and unsuccessful candidate for governor in South Dakota has pleaded guilty to a big game violation and lost his hunting privileges for a year.
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