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Poaching Spree Leads To Hunting Ban In Idaho

The hunting licenses for two southeast Idaho men have been revoked for life in Idaho following a three-month poaching spree.
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Ohio Gun Hunters Take Fewer Deer This Year

Hunters in Ohio took more than 65,000 deer during the state's weeklong gun season last week, about 10,000 fewer than last year.
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Remington Agrees To Replace Millions Of Rifle Triggers

In a settlement that includes more than a dozen rifle models, Remington denies any flaw with its trigger and says replacement program is not a recall.
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Wisconsin Man Charged After Hunter Injured

Authorities have charged a western Wisconsin man who they say attacked a squirrel hunter near his property.
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Illinois Approves Bobcat Hunting

Illinois lawmakers have approved legislation allowing bobcat hunting for the first time in more than 40 years.
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VIDEO: Wolves Attack Deer

Watch two wolves attack a deer in Alberta, Canada. This video was filmed just after the release of a recent wolf cull.
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Anti Hunters Reach New Low

Indiana DNR posted a photo showing the lengths some will go to stop hunters. Cutting into a tree with a treestand attached is new low.
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Zeiss Sports Optics Partners With Pope & Young Club

The Corporate Partners Program allows manufacturers an opportunity to work with the Pope & Young Club to protect and defend bowhunting and wildlife conservation across North America.
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California Coyote-Killing Contests Face Ban

Organized coyote hunts that award prizes to the top marksman have sparked a culture clash in California between wildlife advocates who value the animals as an essential part of the landscape and people who view coyotes as wily varmints to be hunted down to protect livestock.
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VIDEO: Dispute over 9-point buck settled with coin flip

Wisconsin's deer season was just a couple hours old on Saturday when D.J. Jorgenson says his 11-year-old son, Kameron, wounded the buck in the town of Oneida. “Deer hit the ground, and it came back up, and took off running,” Jorgenson said.
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