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Squirrel hunting can be tough Hunters must be prepared in woods The trees all looked alike, cedar after cedar, and then a few more cedar. The limbs and needles were rough and scratchy; it was a fight to move ahead even a few yards. The land didn't...

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04
Part of Coralville Lake Opens to Bow Hunting Friday, October 01, 2004, 6:25:37 PM From The KCRG-TV9 Iowa City Newsroom The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has opened a part of Coralville Lake to bow hunters. Until now, the Squire Point Trail has b...

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04
Reality of snipe hunting rivals the myth ByGeorge Little Us country boys with sunburned necks, who fancied ourselves as crack shots and experienced woodsmen, were always on the lookout for a city kid to take on a snipe hunt. We couldn’t wait to ...

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04
Good squirrel hunting won't last much longer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- By RON KRUGER editor@kentuckynewera.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...

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04
Youth Hunting Seasons By Jim Collins 10/03/2004 One of the neatest things to do in all of my outdoor activities is to take a youth hunting, fishing or hiking. The rewards are worth the time to give to a boy or girl and teach them some of the t...

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04
Bowhunt set for Grenada Lake For the seventh year, Grenada Lake Quail Management Area will be the site of an archery hunt. The North end of the lake will be the area that will be used. The special hunt will take place from October 1, 2004 through Ja...

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04
Pa. Pheasant Stocking To Proceed As Planned From the Pennsylvania Game Commission The Pennsylvania Game Commission has slated 200,000 ring-necked pheasants for release throughout the Commonwealth for the upcoming small game hunting seasons. In addit...

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04
The Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs has traditionally opposed Sunday hunting. That didn't change -- at least not completely -- when the Federation held its fall convention last weekend in Oil City. There were indications, however, that ...

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04
The Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs has traditionally opposed Sunday hunting. That didn't change -- at least not completely -- when the Federation held its fall convention last weekend in Oil City. There were indications, however, that ...

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04
Ron Henry Strait: Outfitters are giving goose hunting a softer touch for a more pleasurable experience Web Posted: 10/03/2004 12:00 AM CDT San Antonio Express-News ALTAIR — Clifton Tyler's flashlight showed the group of seven gunners the way do...

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04
Hunting of antlerless deer helps Ohio manage its herd statewide "You're lucky down in Ohio," said Rod Clute, big-game specialist for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. He was talking about deer hunting, which might surprise most hunters,...

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04
Quail get top billing in game-bird outlook Web Posted: 10/03/2004 12:00 AM CDT Ron Henry Strait Express-News Staff Writer The Texas game-bird front has much good news this year, with top billing going to bobwhite quail, a bird known for its cycl...

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04
Special youth hunting season a hit with families Saturday, October 02, 2004 By Howard Meyerson Grand Rapids Press Outdoors Editor Steven Popma couldn't quite believe his eyes when he took a 75-yard shot last weekend and downed a handsome, 8-point...

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04
PHEASANT PREVIEW: Oh yeah, pheasant season opens Saturday, too Prairie chicken opener won't overshadow big event By Brad Dokken Herald Staff Writer Despite the historical significance of North Dakota's first prairie chicken season since 1945, Sa...

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04
Bowhunters will have lots of targets this weekend The "gone huntin'œ" signs may not be on doors of all area archery clubhouses, but come this weekend they might as well be. That is because the bowhunting seasons for deer in Ohio, Michigan and Penn...

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01
Pa. Clubs To Help With Youth Pheasant Hunts From the Pennsylvania Game Commission Young Pennsylvania hunters will have more than 30 different mentored youth pheasant hunts to choose from thanks to the efforts of sportsmen's clubs that stepped forwar...

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01
Golden State Quail Forecast Ample spring rains and good hatches of birds point toward a banner season for quail hunters throughout California in 2004. Tejon Ranch game manager Don Geivet has his hands full of valley quail. Photo by Jim Niemiec M...

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Pointing the way Quail season opens on licensed shooting preserves today. By Matt Coffey Carolina Morning News The high-pitched sound of a Bob White quail in the wild is something hunters never grow tired of. They hope to hear more of it toda...

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Youth Hunting Seasons Just Around the Corner; Clubs Urged to Sponsor Mentored Youth Spring Turkey Hunts Thursday September 30, 4:45 pm ET HARRISBURG, Pa., Sept. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- With autumn's arrival, the start of Pennsylvania's general small ga...

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Property owners keep hunting rights with annexation Robert Cunningham After several months of waiting, Robert and Judy Schow can finally call Pleasant Grove "home." On Sept. 21, the City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that would allow ...

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