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Vermont game wardens seek public tips on poaching

November 6, 2013
Vermont game wardens are asking for help from the public in catching poachers and people committing other violations of the state's hunting laws.
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Mule deer production in North Dakota improves in 2013

November 6, 2013
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department's annual fall mule deer survey indicated production this year was higher than in 2012.
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21 Indiana state parks to close for deer hunts

November 6, 2013
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says 21 state parks will close to the general public for two days in both November and December for deer hunts.
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Several coyote sightings reported near Birmingham

November 6, 2013
Police in the Birmingham suburb of Hoover say they've received several reports of coyotes in several neighborhoods.
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VIDEO: Attacking Black Bear killed by Grouse hunter

November 6, 2013
A grouse hunter and his dog had an unexpected encounter with a black bear.
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VIDEO: Bigfoot hunt leaves one injured, angers Sheriff

November 6, 2013
Some things you just can't make up. Three people were arrested near Oklahoma city after an accidental shooting occurred while hunting Sasquatch. The Sheriff was not pleased.
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VIDEO: Dog chases deer into suburban creek

November 6, 2013
At a popular Washington D.C. suburban wilderness park a dog gives a buck all it wants.
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Grand View Media Group acquires Shooting Sports Retailer magazine

November 5, 2013
Shooting Sports Retailer differentiates itself from others in the field by employing the services of highly respected editors and writers that produce original content based on their knowledge of the industry, their experience as firearms end-users, and their reporting skills.
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VIDEO: Thinning the feral hog population from the air

November 5, 2013
Feral hogs are running amok in Texas. An aerial hunt with a Black Rain Ordnance AR-15, goes a long way towards population control.
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Missouri hunters still are dedicated to the quail

November 5, 2013
Bob Borman continues to cling to a dying tradition. He remembers days when little country cafes were filled with orange-clad hunters at this time of the year, when brushy fields were alive with quail, when the season opener was a major event.
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