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2 hrs ago | WDIO

Bucks-Only Hunt This Fall in Most of NE Minn.

Deer hunters in most of northeastern Minnesota will only be allowed to harvest bucks this fall as the Department of Natural Resources tries to rebuild deer numbers.

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7 hrs ago | WSIL

Rule Changes Coming in 2014-15 Deer Hunting Season

Department Director Marc Miller says 20 counties will be removed from the late-winter season and the number of firearm permits available in some counties will also be reduced.

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11 hrs ago | Recorder

Mayfield gun shop will be featured on hunting show

Frank's Gun and Tackle Shop will be featured on a popular Sportsman Channel television show at the end of July.

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15 hrs ago | Lakeland Times

Deer hunters reminded that 2014 will have a crossbow season

This fall there will be a crossbow season which will run concurrent to the state's regular archery season.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

Deseret News

West Nile activity discovered in three Utah counties

Keith Lawson sprays BTI, bacteria that kill mosquito larvae, to demonstrate a method used by the Salt Lake Mosquito Abatement District to fight mosquitoes at the duck hunting clubs north of the Salt Lake City International Airport, Tuesday, July 22, 2014.

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Louisiana Sportsman

2014-15 Louisiana Hunting Regulations pamphlet available online

The 2014-15 Louisiana Hunting Regulations pamphlet, which will be available in printed form early next month, is accessible online now through the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries website.

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Turkey Call

Tom Stuckey Joins NWTF Management Team

Tom Stuckey, a well-respected and seasoned outdoor industry professional, recently joined the National Wild Turkey Federation as senior vice president of development.

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Illinois Department of Natural Resources

IDNR Announces Changes for 2014-2015 Deer Hunting Seasons - 7/22/2014

Illinois Department of Natural Resources Director Marc Miller announced changes to the 2014-2015 deer hunting seasons today, including the removal of 20 additional counties from the late-winter season and a reduction in the number of firearm permits available in some counties.

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Journalgazette.net

Indianapolis weighs deer hunt to safeguard park

The hunting being discussed for Eagle Creek Park could be similar to the deer hunts allowed at state parks over the past 20 years, and the review comes after Bloomington officials this spring decided to allow sharpshooters to kill deer in a city-owned nature preserve.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

AmmoLand

This Week on Mojo Outdoor TV

Terry and a "flock" of his Mojo Mallards head to Canada for 7 days to hunt with Rob Reynolds of Ranchland Outfitters.

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PennLive.com

Two men plead guilty to illegally killing deer in Perry County

Perry County District Attorney Charles "Chad" Chenot III said Zachery W. Groce, 20, of the 900 block of Windy Hill Road, Shermans Dale, and Cole M. Fritz, 20, of the 700 block of Valentine Road, Ickesburg, each face fines, probation and loss of hunting privileges.

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Mid Rivers Newsmagazine Front Page

Wildwood examines allowing residents to combine properties for deer hunting

Wildwood's Board of Public Safety, as early as this month, could review proposals for deer management which include the possibility of letting some adjacent homeowners combine their properties to meet the 3-acre minimum requirement to allow for hunting.

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The Orlando Sentinel

Artist with a passion for wildlife wins California Duck Stamp Competition

Having your painting featured on a wildlife stamp is no easy accomplishment, but Groveland artist John Nelson Harris secured his seventh stamp last month when his painting of a lesser scaup duck won the 2014 California Duck Stamp Competition.

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Contra Costa Times

Shooting ban causes rift in East Bay Park District and state agency

A ban on duck hunting on open Bay waters within 150 yards of regional shoreline trails has stirred a state-versus-local-power dispute over public safety and waterways.

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The Indianapolis Star

Cheat Sheet: Tribe catch makes 'SportsCenter,' RIP James Garner

Cheat Sheet: Tribe catch makes 'SportsCenter,' RIP James Garner Weather and news updates for Monday, July 21, 2014.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

The Indianapolis Star

A young deer hides behind a small oak branch at Eagle Creek Park in October.

Officials consider deer hunting in Eagle Creek Park Eagle Creek Park overrun with deer, study concludes, which could lead to hunting to cull herd Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1jQQ7lb A deer stops to check its surroundings at Eagle Creek Park in February.

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Star Tribune

200,000 spent on Minnesota emergency deer-feeding project; funded by hunting-license surcharge

An emergency deer-feeding project this year cost about $200,000 to buy and distribute more than 500 tons of deer food, according to a deer hunters' group.

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Mercury-Register

Scotty's Boat Landing owner patrols water, saves hundreds

John Scott's rescue and duck hunting boat has taken abuse over the years, but he says its low-profile hull is perfect for pulling people out of the Sacramento River.

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Milford Mirror

Reality TV and social experiments

I've always been a fan of reality TV. Sure I don't own a TV, but that's just a minor detail that I don't let stand in my way.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

Lansing State Journal

Bob Gwizdz: Slow day still a pretty good one

Ever wonder what a fishing guide does on his day off? Chris Noffsinger, who'd been guiding bass fishermen virtually every day since the catch-and-release season opened the last Saturday in April, decided he wanted to set aside his son's ninth birthday in early July to spend the day with his boy.

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