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Ohio National Park Plan Calls For 4-Year Deer Cull

Sharpshooters would kill as many as 350 deer annually for four years under a plan to reduce herd size in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, under a plan announced this week.
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A Look At New Jersey's Bear Hunt

This year's hunt is the last of five begun in 2010 to reduce the bruin population and protect people, property (and bears) from human-bear interactions.
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Michigan Deer Harvest Down During Firearm Season

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says the deer hunting harvest was down this year from last year during firearm season.
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Ohio Senate Passes Changes To State Weapons Laws

The Ohio Senate has passed changes to the state's weapons laws that include relaxing some requirements for concealed carry permits and letting hunters use noise suppressors.
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Hog Hunting Opens At Big South Fork

Officials with Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area and the Obed Wild and Scenic River say hog hunting season has opened.
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Bighorn Sheep Released For Relocation Program

Montana officials have released nine bighorn sheep ewes into the East Pioneer Mountains near Melrose as part of a statewide relocation program.
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Deadly Deer Disease Reported In Northern Missouri

A deadly deer disease has been found for the first time in a northern Missouri county.
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Hunter Kills 693-Pound Bear

A hunter has shot and killed a nearly 700-pound bear on the first day of New Jersey's bear hunt.
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GEAR REVIEW: Bushnell Wireless Trophy Cam

Bushnell's Wireless Trophy Cam delivers high-resolution images directly to your cell phone or computer, enabling the hunter to limit the disruptions at their favorite honey hole.
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Wolf Quota Exceeded By 4 Kills In Wisconsin

Wolf hunters exceeded Wisconsin's statewide kill limit by four animals, according to the state Department of Natural Resources' final tally.
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