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Blind Man Teaches Others How To Hunt, Fish

Mike Gates, a 57-year-old Port Huron native, was shot while hunting rabbits 26 years ago. He now has a camp for blind and disabled people in eastern Kentucky where teaches others to hunt and fish.
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Hunting Dog Survives Getting Caught In Snare Trap

An eastern Idaho hunting dog named Maggie survived getting caught in a snare trap meant for coyotes by remaining calm.
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Nearly 2,400 Bear Taken In West Virginia

Nearly 2,400 black bears were killed during West Virginia's combined 2014 archery and firearms season.
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VIDEO: Animal Rights Group Offers $5K Reward For Crossbowed Raccoon

Raccoons are pesky varmints that tend to make a mess of urban areas. One was recently put down in Oakland but animal rights groups aren't happy about it.
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VIDEO: Former Cop Sues After He Shoots His Own Finger Off

Captured on security camera footage a former Kentucky cop blasts his finger off while browsing for a new 380 pistol.
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State Seizes Pelt Of Wolf Shot In Northern Idaho

A northern Idaho man who says he shot a wolf that appeared to be crouched down as if to attack his three dogs has been cited for possessing an untagged wolf.
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First Oregon Wild Duck Tests Positive For Avian Flu

A wild duck shot by a hunter in the Willamette Valley is the first wild bird in Oregon to test positive for avian flu since the disease showed up recently in Washington.
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Colorado Looks At Increasing Bear Licenses

The increase in bear sightings and conflicts has the agency considering further increasing hunting licenses in some of Colorado's central mountains to try to address the problems.
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Vermont Deer Hunters Bagged Higher Than Average Count

Vermont Fish and Wildlife officials say the successful deer season underscores the health and stability of the animal's population in the state.
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NRA Sues Pennsylvania Cities Over Gun Laws

America's most powerful pro-gun group is using a new Pennsylvania state law that allows them to challenge local gun control measures, filing lawsuits against ordinances in three cities, including requirements that owners report lost or stolen firearms.
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