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Ketchikan gains young archers

Students use NASP-approved equipment to learn how to string the bow, nock the arrow and release the arrow at the target, according to NASP's website.
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Deep snow, cold takes toll on swans, ducks

This year's deep snow and extreme cold have taken a toll on Minnesota wildlife, especially swans and other waterfowl that can't find open water on the state's many frozen lakes.
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New Hampshire biologist says coyotes hunt more now

A biologist in New Hampshire says he's getting a lot of calls about coyotes and warns people to keep their pets inside at night.
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Event helps get veterans hooked on fly fishing

Volunteers at a fly-tying marathon, held at the National Museum of the Marine Corps at Quantico, Va., tied 716 flies in eight hours, enough to provide veterans all over the country with supplies for free fly-fishing trips.
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Former senator charged in illegal hunting case

Authorities say a former state senator is facing a misdemeanor charge after illegally killing a mountain lion that was caught in a bobcat trap.
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Mountain lion killed in Helena neighborhood

Wildlife officials have killed a mountain lion that had taken up residence in a Helena neighborhood and killed three housecats.
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Trout season starter is 93-year-old angler

When you're almost 93 years old, you have a few wrinkles and you walk slowly. Well, let's just say it wasn't hard to tell which of the 1,600 fishermen who showed up early at the trout stream had seniority.
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West Virginia Senate approves regulations for deer farming

Under the bill, the Department of Agriculture would regulate deer raised for meat and for breeding purposes. The Division of Natural Resources would regulate fencing and pen sizes.
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Pasco angler criticized for keeping record walleye

A Pasco fisherman who caught a state record walleye is catching some barbed remarks from catch-and-release anglers.
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Man says he killed cougar to protect father

A man who pleaded guilty to killing a cougar in Michigan's Upper Peninsula in December said he was defending his father, but state wildlife officials say the animal posed no threat and was poached, its heart cooked and some of it eaten by the men.
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