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Hunter bill to create safe public shooting ranges passes House
East County Magazine
Recently, the House of Representatives passed legislation that includes the Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act, a bipartisan and deficit-neutral measure introduced by Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, Calif., to help states create and maintain public shooting ranges for hunters and sportsmen. The Training Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act was incorporated into H.R. 3590, the Sportsmen's Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act — which now awaits Senate consideration.
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Stretch of horrid weather time to prepare for fishing season
KyForward
With much of Kentucky covered in a sundae made of snow topped with a crust of ice, fishing season seems millennia away. The sun gets higher in the southern sky with each passing day; it is only a matter of time before this horrible weather pattern breaks. Use this dark and cold time to prepare for the inevitable coming of the spring fishing season.
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Recreationists, hunters a dangerous mix near Mississippi forest trails
The Sun Herald
As hunters search for signs of movement through the dense pines of De Soto National Forest, bicyclists, horseback riders and hikers are frequently on the move nearby. One area in particular near the Bethel Mountain Biking Trail seems to attract deer hunters with dogs as well as recreational bikers. Many think the mix is a recipe for disaster.
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Wildlife meeting calls for end to ivory stockpiles
Lexington Herald-Leader
Representatives of world governments meeting in London vowed to put stockpiles of ivory "beyond use" and extend a ban on its trade in a bid to save African elephants from extinction. British Foreign Secretary William Hague told the conference that wildlife poaching was a global criminal industry that ranks with drugs, the arms trade and people trafficking.
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Hoof rot might mean fewer elk hunting permits in certain areas
The Daily News
Researchers haven't pinpointed the cause of hoof rot in elk, but the Department of Fish and Wildlife is nevertheless proposing something some hunters have called for because of the disease: decreasing the number of hunting permits in areas where the limping elk live. WDFW biologists have proposed granting more than 400 fewer hunting permits for antlerless elk in Southwest Washington for seasons this fall, a suggestion the Fish and Wildlife Commission will discuss in March.
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Proposal for lowering hunting age
KMVT-TV
Big game in Idaho includes wolves, bears and deer. Idaho Fish and Game wants to give younger children a shot at hunting these animals. "As a very young child, I went out hunting with my grandpa and my dad and so that was a great experience, and I've been taking my kids with me ever since they were little," says Kirk Tubbs, owner of Tubbs Berry Farm. Tubbs takes his four children on hunting trips every chance he gets. Recently, the proud father boasts his 12-year-old daughter shot her first deer.
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Be safe on your tree stand
The Clarion-Ledger
When a hunter falls from a tree stand, the incident typically becomes little more than a statistic. But when Bassmaster Elite Series pro angler Cliff Pace of Petal, Miss., recently fell, we heard about it. The 2013 Bassmaster Classic winner's left leg was broken in two places and left him unable to defend his title in the 2014 Classic. It also made headlines in outdoor publications across the country and brought tree-stand accidents to the forefront.
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Proposal for lowering hunting age
KMVT-TV
Big game in Idaho includes wolves, bears and deer. Idaho Fish and Game wants to give younger children a shot at hunting these animals.

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This is what 4 decades of taxidermy collecting looks like
The Bold Italic
A piece of taxidermy on the wall can be one of the most visually arresting ways to add character to a room; whereas 350 pieces can actually stop your guests at the door, mouth agape and eyebrows at their hairline.

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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
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Hunter sues, claims goat's horns weren't his
ABC News
A big-game hunter from Montana is suing a Canadian outfitter and a world-renowned hunting guide in Tajikistan he accuses of turning his once-in-a-lifetime adventure of bagging a rare, wild argali sheep known as the "Marco Polo" into a nightmare. Rick Vukasin said in a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Reno last week that he spent more than $50,000 pursuing the animal in the Pamir mountains of northeast Tajikistan near China's border in December 2012.
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For former Wisconsin farm boy, the thrill of guiding hunters in Alaska is mostly about the pursuit
The Country Today
For Alaska hunting guide Billy Molls, it's more about the pursuit than the kill. "Big-game hunting is not always about getting what you intended. It's the experience that I find most satisfying and gratifying about hunting in Alaska," said Molls, 36, who was raised on a Turtle Lake dairy farm. "It's the sunsets, the sunrises and how you can wake up in the morning and can't hear a sound," he said.
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