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Arizona Pheasant Hunting News

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Drawing Results Now Available For Arizona Fall Big Game Hunts
Drawing Results Now Available For Arizona Fall Big Game Hunts

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Introducing Your Dog to Water
If you have yet to take your pooch swimming with you and the coming nice weather will offer the first chance to do so be prepared! Some dogs are a little hesitant about their first swimming lessons and if they become scared, have a bad experience, or get pushed into the situation it could ruin their enthusiasm for it. We want our dogs to share all kinds of different experiences with us and swimming is no different. It is an amazing form of exercise for any dog and many times we use swimming as a treat/reward for a good days work!

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Your First Hunt- What to bring and what to expect
Juan Urbina’s First Hunt -In two weeks, my brother-in-law will be here for his first hunt over his newly trained dog and fresh out of the box Benelli Nova 20 gauge. Yes, he’s been out one other time, but now he’s going to do it for real.

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Tri-Tronics Welcomes Junior to the Family
Tri-Tronics, the industry standard in electronic dog training equipment, is excited to announce the latest addition to its product line, The Sport Junior.

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SPORTING CLAYS HOT AMONG ARIZONA YOUTHS . . . With more than 200 youths competing, the Scholastic Clay Target Program on Saturday held its largest ever state sporting clays competition. The state championship event, held at Ben Avery Clay Target Cent...

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Officials stop quail releases Associated Press Nov. 7, 2004 12:00 AM TUCSON - Biologists have released more than 25,000 masked bobwhite quail in the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge since 1985, when the federal government bought a ranch for ...

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By Mitch Tobin ARIZONA DAILY STAR BUENOS AIRES NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE - Biologists have released more than 25,000 masked bobwhite quail here since 1985, when the federal government bought a ranch for nearly $9 million and booted cows from the g...

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Quail season outlook bright for hunters, not birds 10/15/04 Email this story to a friend Hunters have had little reason to anticipate the opening of quail season for the past five years, but Arizona Game and Fish Department biologists predict t...

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Arizona OKs more tags for nonresidents Associated Press — July 23, 2004 Members of the Arizona Game and Fish Commission recently authorized about 800 additional elk and deer permits for out-of-state hunters to satisfy a court order overturning a s...

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Chuck Oxley Associated Press Sept. 27, 2004 08:10 AM BOISE, Idaho - It happens every year, starting about now. Thousands of wives and girlfriends are left behind while their menfolk head for the hills, chasing a wilder kind of game through the ear...

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Better dove hunting chances this season Special to the Sun It's time to load up on shotgun shells: Arizona Game and Fish Department biologists are expecting increased dove hunting opportunities this year. The early dove season opens today (Wednesd...

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Strange but true: Hunting dove legal in parts of the city BY JEFFREY GAUTREAUX, STAFF WRITER Aug 31, 2004 With the annexation of land by the city, some prime dove-hunting land has become part of Yuma. And since it is illegal to discharge a firearm...

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Public hunt here could be lovey dovey Jeffrey Gautreaux Sun Staff Writer Jul 31, 2004 Email this page Printer friendly page Subscribe to The Sun A local nonprofit wildlife habitat group is working on a project to offer a public dove hunt nea...

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HUNTING: Small game hunt seasons looking like a bonanza Arizona Game & Fish Promising outlooks on three species are adding up to a small game bonanza in Arizona this year, and if late rains and other climate factors align, waterfowl hunting coul...

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HUNTING: Quail, dove forecast indicates banner year BRYAN LEE Tucson Citizen GARY GAYNOR/Tucson Citizen Gambel's quail Wildlife experts say the quail and dove outlooks for central Arizona are decent this year, which should translate into the ...

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Dove, quail populations thriving in central Arizona Compiled from news sources Jun. 17, 2004 12:00 AM Conditions in central Arizona are favorable for dove and quail hunting when the general seasons open Sept. 1 and Oct. 8, respectively. "The q...

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07/20/2004 PHOENIX -- Arizona will issue more permits to kill antlered deer and bull elk this season than the agency had considered acceptable to comply with a court order while not upsetting too many state residents.

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PHOENIX A judge has refused to put on hold his order that the state reconfigure how it allots elk and deer hunting permits. The Arizona Game and Fish Commission got that word today from an assistant state attorney general. That leaves the commissio...

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