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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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Playa lakes CRP acres could go fast By Debbie Slobe Playa Lakes Joint Venture — Sept. 30, 2004 Signup begins today for a new initiative under the Farm Bill's Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) aimed at protecting playa lakes. The initiative is of ...

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2003-2004 waterfowl hunting harvests U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service — July 22, 2004 Canada geese were the most prevalent goose in the bag for hunters in the United States, with nearly 2.9 million birds harvested last season. More than 13.4 m...

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Kansas newspaper thief turns out to be fox Associated Press — July 16, 2004 OTTAWA, Kan. — Neighbors in a subdivision of this small western Kansas community have spent weeks trying to catch whoever was stealing their Kansas City Star newspapers. ...

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Report encourages elk feeding Associated Press — Sept. 1, 2004 LANDER, Wyo. — If the supplemental feeding of elk in the Jackson area is ceased or curtailed, the number of elk would most likely have to be drastically reduced by at least 7,000, the ...

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Roboducks outlawed in Arkansas Mechanical decoys center of controversy Associated Press — Oct. 6, 2004 LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Starting next year, duck decoys equipped with lifelike spinning wings that help lure wary waterfowl into shotgun range wil...

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Young pheasant hunters to get taste of the good ol' days Thursday, October 14, 2004 As colorful as the autumn leaves, flocks of gaudy feathered ring-necked pheasants will soon be high-stepping through the fields of local wildlife areas and young hu...

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Duck hunter shot by dog in hunting mishap Associated Press — Oct. 13, 2004 PORTLAND, Or. — A hunting dog stepped on a loaded shotgun, firing a blast into the arm of a Klamath Falls man, authorities said. Matthew Harper, 27, was taken to a Klamath...

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Man demonstrating gun safety shoots self Associated Press — Sept. 8, 2004 BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Monroe County, Ind., Coroner David Toumey was hospitalized with a leg wound after accidentally shooting himself while trying to demonstrate gun safety. ...

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Three new shot types approved for waterfowl U.S. Fish and Wildlife — Aug. 11, 2004 The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service yesterday approved three new non-toxic shot types B tungsten-bronze-iron, a new formulation of tungsten-iron, and tungsten-tin-bi...

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Trump, Edelbrock score in one-shot hunt Associated Press — Sept. 28, 2004 LANDER, Wyo. — Donald Trump, Jr., performance auto mogul Vic Edelbrock, Gov. Dave Freudenthal and Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., all scored points during the 61st annual One-Shot A...

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Posted on Wed, Oct. 13, 2004 Hunters and businesses prepare for start of pheasant season Associated Press RAPID CITY, S.D. - There will be fewer pheasants for the start of the hunting season Saturday, but the Department of Game, Fish and Parks i...

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Put in time & miles for north Idaho pheasant Idaho hunting map feature By Louis Bignami Fishing and Hunting News COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho. — Get in shape, bring a good hunting dog and plan on working two or three times as many miles per bird this y...

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Hogzilla: The Georgia legend grows Associated Press — July 28, 2004 ALAPAHA, Georgia — Around these parts, they are calling it Hogzilla: a 12-foot-long wild hog recently killed on a plantation and now quickly becoming a part of local legend. The ...

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Bull moose die with antlers locked Associated Press — Sept. 28, 2004 ANCHORAGE — The carcasses of two bull moose that died with their antlers locked in battle have been discovered near the University of Alaska Anchorage. They were found Friday i...

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Hound shoots Croatian hunter Reuters — Oct. 6, 2004 ZAGREB, Croatia — A veteran Croatian hunter was shot by his own hound while preparing to go off into the woods, a newspaper reported recently. Spaso Ivosevic, a hunter in central Croatia since ...

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10/14/2004 South Dakota Prepares For Pheasant Season Thousands of hunters are preparing for the start of the pheasant season at noon Saturday. The Game, Fish and Parks Department expects the pheasant population to be down slightly from last year...

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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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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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Montana approves return of bison hunt By Sarah R. Craig Associated Press — Oct. 13, 2004 HELENA, Mont. — Montana's wildlife commission voted Thursday to resume bison hunting, allowing up to 25 animals to be killed next year if they leave Yellowsto...

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