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Ted Nugent Holds Youth Outdoors Camp In South Dakota

Rock 'n' roll legend Ted Nugent says he doesn't plan to expand his outdoor camps for children because he wants to ensure the camps are of high quality.
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Under Armour Releases New Camouflage Pattern

Developed for Western hunters, the Ridge Reaper Barren camo uses new technology to fool the toughest big game.
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Mystery Animal Befuddles Northwest Ohio Town

The guesses in Leipsic, a village of about 2,000 people south of Toledo, are that the animal is a wolf, a large coyote or a wolf mix.
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It's Cops Vs. Hogs In Louisiana

With an estimated half-million wild pigs roaming Louisiana, there are few predators to curtail their numbers.
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VIDEO: Dove Hunting With Silencers

Our friends at SilencerCo show you what it'd be like to go dove hunting with suppressors.
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Officals Kills Mountain Lion That Attacked 6 Year Old

California wildlife officials confirmed that a mountain lion they shot and killed is the same one that attacked a 6-year-old boy on a hiking trail.
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Bear Bites Biologist's Leg During Salmon Survey

Kodiak fisheries biologist James Jackson had to miss a day of work and he's got a new scar on his leg, but he considers himself lucky after a close call with a Kodiak brown bear along a salmon stream.
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New Website Looks To Revolutionize Archery Tournament Industry

“This site is poised to unify every type of event and organization under one easy-to-use, free platform. It will make every task associated with archery event planning, management and promotion, much easier than current methods.”
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No Wolf Hunt In Michigan This Year

Officials with Michigan's Natural Resources Commission have confirmed there won't be a gray wolf hunt this year.
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Utah Anglers Release Too Many Fish

State wildlife officials say Utah waters are full of fish because anglers are releasing almost everything they catch.
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