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Good news — Hunter numbers are up
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The news about the future of hunting isn't as bleak as it may have appeared a few years ago. A new government report shows that hunter numbers have jumped 9 percent in the past five years. The just-released 2011 National Survey of Hunting, Fishing and Wildlife-Associated Recreation shows 13.7 million people, or 6 percent of the U.S. population age 16 and older, went hunting last year. That marks a 9 percent increase over 2006, reversing a previous downward trend. Conservation groups are noting that these numbers are important not just for hunters themselves, but for wildlife and for the future of conservation. More



NRA charges Obama's efforts will lead to gun confiscation
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The National Rifle Association will assert that President Barack Obama's attempt to enact new gun control laws will result in the "confiscation" of people's firearms in a new web video scheduled to run in five states and the District of Columbia. The video went online around the time Obama began delivering his State of the Union address. In the speech, Obama mentioned his effort to reduce gun violence through legislative means. More

A nutrition guide for game animals in North America
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Hunting for and bringing home wild game not only provides us with a great excuse to get outside, but it also allows us to put delicious food on our family's table. In order to understand just what kind of nutrition we are getting when we bring home the bacon, we tracked down the nutritional values of some popular American wild game meats. More

Why so many police chiefs favor gun control, when most sheriffs don't
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For this work, 17 chiefs and sheriffs were interviewed from around the country. From those conversations (emails and phone) some quotes are in this work. No attributes are provided since this was not an on the record news interview, just thoughts and opinions. So, as Joe Friday said, "just the facts ma'am." More

Bighorns could be moved to Arizona's Catalina Mountains
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Bighorn sheep could once more roam the Santa Catalina Mountains in Arizona — possibly as soon as this fall. Preliminary plans call for "bringing sheep from Southwestern Arizona and putting them into the Catalinas," where the last remnants of a native bighorn herd died out about a decade ago, said Jim Heffelfinger, regional game specialist with the Arizona Game and Fish Department. The hope this time is that changes to the landscape brought on by wildfires and more genetically diverse herds could help with their long-term survival. More

Hunting and fishing bring in billions, drought may slow growth
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Hunting and fishing has long since been part of the Texas panhandle and it's going strong. "It really always has in the panhandle. Everyone around here hunts," Jared Baker, manager at Long Hunter Shooting Supply said. And that's true across the state According to the Congressional Sportsman's Foundation, 2.7 million people hunt and fish in Texas, contributing more than seven billion dollars to the state's economy. More

Wyoming House votes to approve silencers for hunting
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Wyoming hunters could use silencers on firearms for all types of hunting under a bill that cleared the state House of Representatives. The House stripped off an amendment it had adopted that would have allowed silencers for hunting predators and small game but not for big-game species such as elk and deer. It passed the final bill 44-14. More

Crossbow hunting more popular in Michigan
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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says hunting deer with crossbows is becoming more popular, even as the overall number of hunters is slightly declining. Survey results announced show the number of hunters obtaining a crossbow stamp has climbed steadily the past four years. 2012's total was 88,565. More

Cleon Carraway, the hog whisperer
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Luke Clayton, a contributor for the North Texas e-News, writes: "There is a great deal of information available on most aspects of wild hog hunting but the art of using calls to attract porkers within shooting range is one that is often skirted around, probably because of lack of factual information. Through the years, I've had very limited success using calls to attract hogs. The lion's share of my failures I attribute to lack of skill on my part and possibly the fault of the calls I used to perfectly duplicate the sounds made by wild hogs." More


 

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