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Amendment would recognize hunting, fishing By JENNIFER McKEE Gazette State Bureau HELENA - Hunting and fishing have been described as the unofficial state religion of Montana. This November, voters will get a chance to change the state constitutio...

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Mott a hot spot during pheasant season Associated Press MOTT, N.D. - When pheasant hunting season is in full swing, this town turns blaze orange and Hettinger County's chief deputy takes a week off. Gilbert Mehrer spends the time operating a bird...

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Area report: It should be another noisy weekend By BOB LAMB / Tribune Outdoors Editor Gunfire echoed across the Mississippi River throughout the Coulee Region at noon two weeks ago when the Wisconsin waterfowl hunting season opened in the Southern ...

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Pheasant hunting still a success Rate equal to past seasons October 14, 2004 BY ERIC SHARP FREE PRESS OUTDOORS WRITER The pheasant season opens Oct. 20 in the Lower Peninsula, and about 100,00 hunters will kill about 130,000 roosters before it c...

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Standing corn impedes first-day hunting success Associated Press SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Many hunters reported having a hard time finding pheasants on the opening day of the hunting season because so much corn is still unharvested. "There's a lot of ...

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Forum set for tonight 10/14/04 Scott Welton Email this story to a friend SIKESTON - State, regional and local Missouri Department of Conservation officials will hold a public conservation forum at 7 p.m. today in the Clinton Building at the Si...

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Pheasant hunter nouveau Dennis Anderson, Star Tribune October 15, 2004 ANDY1015 Meet Nicholas Sovell, 25, one of 67,393 Minnesotans who by Wednesday had purchased a state pheasant stamp, a figure that could top 115,000 by tonight. About 21...

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Hunting and Fishing Costs On the Rise? By Noah Bond If the state legislature approves the price increase hunting will cost $1.50 more and fishing will cost $3.00. "I'm sorry. I wish it wasn't the case, but... the reality is our prices that we ha...

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GEORGIA Conservationists seek comeback of quail ASHBURN — The bobwhite quail, which is disappearing in the Southeast, can make a comeback and add millions of dollars to the rural economy if landowners are willing to make changes in the way ...

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Mont. seeks new access program for hunters Associated Press — Sept. 21, 2004 BOZEMAN, Mont. — The 2005 Montana Legislature will be asked to expand the state program that pays landowners who open their property for public hunting. The Montana Dep...

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Deer blindsides Wisc. jogger Associated Press — Aug. 30, 2003 RHINELANDER, Wis. — Jogger Laura Tromp never saw what hit her. It turns out it she was blindsided by a whitetail deer. "I went out for a jog about 20 to 6 Wednesday morning, and I was ...

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North Dakota man revives chocolate Labrador retriever with CPR after dog gets tangled on rope Associated Press — July 29, 2004 FARGO, N.D. July 26, 2004 — When a 3-year-old chocolate Labrador retriever named Maddy got tangled in a 10-foot rope sec...

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Deer breaks into Conn. beauty salon Associated Press — June 28, 2004 BRISTOL, Conn. — An intruder at a local business turned out to be as destructive as a bull in a china shop because it was a deer in a beauty salon. Police arrived at Beauty By ...

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Hawaii park seeks hunters of feral sheep Associated Press — Sept. 30, 2004 VOLCANO, Hawaii — Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is looking for volunteers with rifles to help rid the park's new 116,000 acres of thousands of feral sheep. The National P...

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Two moose crash July Fourth parade in Utah Associated Press — July 6, 2004 BRIGHTON, Utah — Everybody, and apparently every thing, loves a parade. Two young bull moose, each more than 6-feet tall and weighing hundreds of pounds, crashed Brighton's...

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Stocks improve southeast pheasant hunts Pennsylvania hunting map feature By Vic Attardo Fishing and Hunting News LANCASTER, Penn. — It's not like it was in "the old days," when wild, and stocked, pheasants were the mainstay of southeast Pennsyl...

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Upland Game Seasons To Begin November 6 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Director Paul A. Peditto reminds hunters that the hunting seasons fo...

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Michigan considers lowering hunting age State Senate mulls moving minimum age from 14 to 12 By David Eggert Associated Press — Sept. 15, 2004 LANSING — Is 12 too young to hunt for deer, bear and elk? A state Senate committee will consider the ...

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Waterfowl season to be similar to last year U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service — Aug. 11, 2004 The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing hunting regulations for the upcoming 2004-2005 waterfowl season similar to those set last year. The proposal...

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Sign tallies animals hit along I-90 Associated Press — Oct. 6, 2004 BOZEMAN, Mont. — An electronic sign greets cars traveling Interstate 90 between Bozeman and Livingston with the message: "192 animals hit this year, next 20 miles." The number is...

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