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  • Osborne Russell's Rock
    Story : Posted 10-02-2012

    Osborne Russell's Rock

    In his mid-1800s book, mountain man Osborne Russell describes climbing a steep ridge, then sitting to rest on a rock to look over a smooth, grassy vale where "thousands of mountain sheep were scattered up and down feeding on the short grass" while "crowds of little lambs were nimbly skipping and playing upon the banks of snow."

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  • Wolf Pack To Be Eliminated
    Story : Posted 10-01-2012

    Wolf Pack To Be Eliminated

    Opposing conservation and livestock groups eventually stood in agreement last week with the Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife concerning a wolf pack that appears to be preying exclusively on cattle in the region. In the end, it was decided the pack must be eliminated.

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  • Third Tine Not A Charm
    Story : Posted 09-28-2012

    Third Tine Not A Charm

    After more than six years of discussions, rulings and much wringing of hands, the famed Johnny King whitetail buck was officially scored by the Boone and Crockett Club on Sept. 24.

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  • The Experience
    Story : Posted 09-27-2012

    The Experience

    "The best thing about hunting … is that you don't have to actually do it to enjoy it," wrote Robert Ruark, author of The Old Man and The Boy. Every hunter has that one memory that filters back every season, as if it occurred the day before.

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  • Urban Hunts The Solution
    Story : Posted 09-26-2012

    Urban Hunts The Solution

    As urban sprawl continues in suburban areas across the United States, bringing houses and roadways into what was previously healthy habitat for wildlife, nuisance deer problems will continue to occur. In most cases, what has continually proven to be the best means of controlling these issues is the urban hunt.

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  • Limiting Licenses Considered
    Story : Posted 09-25-2012

    Limiting Licenses Considered

    Wildlife agency officials in South Dakota and Nebraska are considering taking measures to reduce the number of deer hunting licenses or permits issued this fall due to outbreaks of a viral disease in the state's deer herds.

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  • Buckeye Bow Hunters Ready for Sept. 24
    Story : Posted 09-24-2012

    Buckeye Bow Hunters Ready for Sept. 24

    Approximately 345,000 bowhunters, representing more than half of all Ohioans who hunt deer, are expected to participate in the statewide archery deer hunting season that opens September 24.

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  • Outdoors Across Alaska 2012
    Story : Posted 09-20-2012

    Outdoors Across Alaska 2012

    Don Mulligan, an outdoors writer from Indiana, goes on annual adventure trips in the pristine wilderness of Alaska. He braved a rickety bush plane ride and indulged in the outdoorsmen's paradise - from fly fishing in Soldotna to bear and wolf hunting overlooking the Tustumena Glacier.

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  • EHD Killing Deer
    Story : Posted 09-19-2012

    EHD Killing Deer

    Wildlife officials in Wisconsin and Missouri are blaming a growing number of dead deer on an outbreak of Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease.

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  • Attack Fuels Anti-Attack
    Story : Posted 09-13-2012

    Attack Fuels Anti-Attack

    Mark Matheny knows it's not true, that old joke about not having to outrun a bear, only having to outrun your hunting partner.

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