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BLM Pulls Permit For Idaho Predator Hunting Derby

Organizer Idaho for Wildlife says bureau caved to environmental groups after protests.
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Hunter's First Bow Kill Might Make Record Book

Erica Gates stuck a main-frame 12-point buck on Nov. 15 that will most likely place her name in the Pope and Young Record Book for deer killed by stick and string.
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St. Paul Considers Outdoor Archery Range

City Council President Kathy Lantry is sponsoring the resolution. She says a growing number of residents have inquired about where they can practice archery.
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Fast Deer Facts, By The Numbers

New facts and figures out of the Southeast Deer Study Group shed some light on deer home ranges, the impact of hogs and coyotes on deer, and more.
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Utah Officials Propose Changes To Increase Bear Hunting

Utah wildlife officials are proposing changes that could increase the number of bears killed by hunters in 2015, saying the moves could reduce dangerous human-bear conflicts and stabilize the bear population.
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Gun Purchases Soar On Black Friday Too

Black Friday isn't just when shoppers rush to stores for holiday sales. It's also one of the busiest days of the year for gun purchases.
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Tactical Fire Control Updates Near Full Auto Trigger

Precision shooters and AK lovers can now get more out of their shooting with the "241" and "Raptor" triggers.
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VIDEO: Mathews First-Ever No Cam ST Technology

The No Cam ST Technology eliminates camming action on both the top and bottom string tracks, creating a perfectly synchronized system that delivers straight and level nock travel.
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Illinois Hunters Donate Deer For Needy Families

Some Illinois hunters are helping needy families by donating at least part of their deer harvest
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Pre-Thanksgiving Turkey Hunt Back After 30 Years

With the state's wild turkey population swelling to the healthy level of more than 20,000, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources decided to allow the hunt again for the first since it was ceased in 1984.
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