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Wyoming offers new raffle for big game tags
Craig Daily Press
Colorado's neighbor to the north is adding a new wrinkle to its hunting opportunities this season. For the first time, Wyoming will raffle off 13 big game hunting tags in 2014 to give all hunters a shot at harvesting one of the highly coveted trophy animals throughout the state without waiting years or breaking the bank to do so.
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The rise of taxidermy: The day I learned how to stuff a mouse
Express
It's got distinctly Victorian overtones, is becoming the interior design must-have for any chic gastro-pubs or restaurants and beauties Angelina Jolie, Kate Moss and Ellie Goulding have all admitted to having a penchant for it. Yes, taxidermy is on the rise once again and although macabre, classes are selling out across London as hipsters flock in their droves, eager to stuff a mouse, rabbit or fox.
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Possible world record spotted bass caught in California tournament
Outdoor Life
Winning the Pro Am California Tournament Trail Event was pretty sweet for angler Keith Bryan, but even sweeter was the fact that he may have just broken the spotted bass world record, decking a whopping 10.48 pounder. Bryan casted a 5-inch Yamamoto Senko out into a secluded area of New Melonies Reservoir, when the waters erupted around his lure from a crushing hit.
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The 10 most underrated guns of our time
Shooting Times
Some guns have earned a legion of loyal followers that are ready to come to blows if anyone badmouths their brand. This reputation is usually deserved, and many brand loyalists feel that nothing will ever be as good as the gun they hold close to their hearts. But for the more open-minded shooter, there are also a lot of firearms out there that haven’t gotten the press they deserve.
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Experts voice alarm over survival of local bighorn sheep
East County Magazine
Could big energy projects proposed in East County lead to the decimation of federally endangered Peninsular Bighorn Sheep? From 1972 to the present, the Carrizo Gorge band of these bighorns has plummeted from about 120 sheep to less than 40. "Off-road vehicles, trespassing cattle, poaching in the 1960s and 1970s, drought, disease and Mountain Lion predation have worked together to push this population to the edge. We hope we can save this group before it is too late," Mark Jorgensen, adviser to the Bighorn Institute and former superintendent of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park wrote in the Desert News.
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Browning Superposed and Citori Shotguns: A tradition of innovation meets an innovation of tradition
Guns.com
With over 120 of the world's most innovative firearms patents to his credit, you may find it almost poetic that John Moses Browning's last invention was a double-barreled shotgun, the Browning superposed. Well, "innovations" aside, this traditional over and under scattergun is considered by many wingshooters and sporting clay hobbyists to be just about one of his best ideas.
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New taxidermy and natural history shop Curious Nature settles into Arizona
Downtown Devil
Looking for an octopus in a jar? How about a Venus fly trap or a bat skull? Or maybe just a nice pair of genuine butterfly wing earrings for your significant other? Taxidermy and natural history shop Curious Nature opened on Roosevelt Row last month. While the shop caters specifically to collectors of items such as those mentioned above, it’s also hoping to be an educational hub for the naturally curious.
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Experts voice alarm over survival of local bighorn sheep
East County Magazine
Could big energy projects proposed in East County lead to the decimation of federally endangered Peninsular Bighorn Sheep? From 1972 to the present, the Carrizo Gorge band of these bighorns has plummeted from about 120 sheep to less than 40.

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Taxidermy laid bare
Borneo Post
These are just one of the many displays of animal taxidermy in our renowned Sarawak Museum. Their skins and skulls have been well-preserved and shaped into what they originally looked like — preserved for generations.

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Teen taxidermy thieves finish mediation
The Spokesman Review
A resurrected program has allowed nearly a dozen teens accused of burglarizing a north Spokane, Wash., taxidermy business last summer to come out of the experience without criminal records.

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Photos: Coyote hunting on Lake Superior
Outdoor Life
Brutal winters like the one we're experiencing in the upper Midwest can wreak havoc on an outdoorsman's plans, but for a coyote hunter willing to deal with the snow and cold, opportunities abound.
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2 potential world record Atlantic sailfish caught in Angola
Outdoor Life
If you're looking to break an Atlantic sailfish record, Angola seems to be the place to do it. The current IGFA all tackle world record Atlantic sailfish of 141 pounds was caught off Angola in 1994. Now angler Marco Couto stands to bust that all tackle world record with his leviathan 142 pound, 6 ounce spindlebeak plucked from Angolan waters.
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