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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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MINNESOTA ATTEMPTING TO CREATE FUNDS FOR HUNTING & FISHING . . . The Pioneer Press reports that the Minnesota house has approved a constitutional amendment to set aside three-sixteenths of one percent of collections of the current state sales tax, wh...

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DOG TRAINING LIMITED TO BENEFIT YOUTH PHEASANT HUNT Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe recently signed an executive order to temporarily stop dog training on State Game Lands from the Monday prior to the start of the yout...

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HARRISBURG, Pa -- While the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners just gave approval to the 2006 youth pheasant hunt - Oct. 7-13 - Carl G. Roe, agency executive director, noted that now is the time for hunting clubs interested in hosting a youth ...

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Program Donates 39,000 Pounds of Meat PIERRE - The South Dakota Sportsmen Against Hunger (SAH) program arranged for hunter donation of approximately 39,000 pounds of wild game meat to people in need across the state during the 2005 hunting seasons. ...

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State Championships Slated for Scholastic Clay Target Program Youth Competitions in Trap, Skeet and Sporting Clays to be Held Nationwide NEWTOWN, Conn.—Shotgun sports are gaining popularity among male and female youths in America, statistics show. ...

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PHEASANT: Special season for eligible junior hunters, with or without required license - Oct. 7-13 (2 daily, 4 in possession). Male pheasants only in WMUs 2A, 2B, 2C, 4C, 4E, 5A, 5B, 5C and 5D. Male and femalepheasants may be taken in all other WMUs....

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PIERRE S.D.- South Dakota's upland game bird hunter's will have a few more hours to enjoy in the field this year. In a change from previous years, grouse and partridge hunters will be able to hunt from sunrise to sunset statewide. "This change is r...

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Utah Youth Hunting Bill Signed Into Law Utah joined a growing list of states removing barriers for youth hunters recently, as Gov. Jon Huntsman signed House Bill 328 into law. The Utah Senate passed legislation that removes the minimum age for hun...

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PENNSYLVANIA SPORTSMEN TO RALLY FOR GUN RIGHTS . . . Sportsmen’s organizations from around the Keystone State will hold a “Right to Keep and Bear Arms” press conference Tues., March 14, from 9 to 11 a.m. on the steps of the Capitol Building in Harris...

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PRIVACY OF SOUTH DAKOTA GUN OWNERS PROTECTED . . . Gov. Mike Rounds signed into law last Friday House Bill 1199, legislation that will prohibit the release of information concerning applicants and current concealed carry permit holders to any person,...

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Proposal Would Extend Grouse, Partridge Shooting Hours PIERRE – As part of a package of rules proposal changes by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission, the shooting hours for grouse and partridge would be extended this fall during the hunting sea...

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Rule Changes Proposed for Dog Training PIERRE – The Game, Fish and Parks Commission has proposed rule changes that will prohibit the use of horses by dog trainers on certain national grassland public lands. Under the proposal, the Fort Pierr...

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House passes bill making the bobwhite quail state game bird Associated Press Jefferson City — It had to beat out some late competition from the wild turkey and the pigeon, but a bill making the bobwhite quail the state game bird flew through the H...

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UTAH HOUSE PASSES YOUTH HUNTING BILLS . . . Two Utah bills that would allow youths to hunt with their parents at a younger age were passed by the state House of Representatives last week. HB 328—a bill that would remove all age limits for hunting sma...

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Virginia justices refuse to hear hunting claim By the Associated Press February 28, 2006 RICHMOND, Va. -- A Nelson County sportsmen's business has failed in its attempt to argue before the Virginia Supreme Court that shooting at clay targets is hun...

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Illinois Firearms Retailers Urged to Take Action PROPOSED BAN ON SELECT FIREARMS AWAITS VOTE . . . An Illinois House bill that could be voted on as early as this week would prohibit the sale and manufacture of a number of semi-automatic firearms an...

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State monies available to help open private lands to hunting Published: February 28, 2006 Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Access and Habitat Program grants are currently available for projects that provide public hunting access to private la...

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The Indiana House has narrowly approved an amendment that would shut down about 50 private bird-hunting preserves in seven years. The amendment, sponsored by Rep. David A. Wolkins, R-Winona Lake, would not stop the Indiana Department of Natural ...

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Firearm-Related Fatalities Remain at Record Lows NEWTOWN, Conn.—A new report from the National Safety Council shows that accidental firearm-related fatalities remained at record lows in 2004. Statistics in the council’s “Injury Facts 2005-2006” show...

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