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Spring wild turkey licenses down slightly in North Dakota

North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is offering 5,880 wild turkey licenses for the spring hunting season, a decrease of 50 from last year.
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Wisconsin DNR asks public to report dead deer

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is asking people to report any dead deer they see as the agency works to track the harsh winter's toll on the state herd.
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Unconfirmed big cat sightings continue around Indiana

Reports of possible mountain lion sightings across Indiana continue coming in even though state wildlife officials haven't confirmed any sightings for nearly four years.
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Fishing hobby becomes business for Arkansas teen

A Barling teenager with an affection for fishing is turning his favorite pastime into a future.
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Survey finds fewer waterfowl in North Dakota this winter

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department says there are fewer ducks and geese around this winter than in the past few years.
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South Dakota committee backs dog use in mountain lion hunts

A South Dakota House committee has endorsed a measure that would allow hunters to use dogs to hunt mountain lions outside the Black Hills.
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Bill to give youth hunting permit without training

Utah lawmakers may soon decide whether minors can be issued a hunting license without taking a hunter education course.
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Outdoor show returns year after vender boycott

A massive sports and outdoor exhibition, now produced by the National Rifle Association, opened in Harrisburg, one year after a vendor boycott over a restriction on certain gun sales and displays prompted its predecessor to cancel.
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Better crossbow ammo?

New Victory VAP VooDoo Bolt promises increased accuracy, speed, and more.
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Minnesota DNR: Fewer wolves shot for predator control

The number of wolves killed because they were preying on livestock or pets fell from 295 in 2012 to 127 last year.
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