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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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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The hunting licenses for two southeast Idaho men have been revoked for life in Idaho following a three-month poaching spree.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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