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State bans gathering shed antlers early in year
Las Vegas Review-Journal
During its meeting recently in Reno, the Nevada State Board of Wildlife commissioners voted to regulate the gathering of shed antlers by commercial and recreational shed hunters, a first for the state. Though the board chose not to make possession of a hunting license mandatory for shed hunters, it did vote unanimously to prohibit the gathering of shed antlers from Jan. 1 through April 15.
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Alaska to ban drone assisted hunting
Outdoor Life
Alaska has become the latest entity to ban drone assisted hunting. The Alaska Board of Game reached the decision at its March 14-18 meeting in Anchorage. This decision likely began taking shape in February when troopers brought up an incident where a hunter utilized a drone to spot then kill a moose in late 2012. Not much more is known of that instance. Alaska Wildlife Troopers Capt. Bernard Chastain said the hunt was reported by state Department of Fish and Game staff, and troopers did not follow up because what the hunter did was legal at the time.
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Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Kentucky has record with largest smallmouth bass in world
KyForward
You hear about Lake St. Clair, Mille Lacs, Lake Erie and the upper Mississippi River as waters that produce the best smallmouth fishing in the United States. As far as catching numbers of smallmouth with many of those larger than 4 pounds, you can’t argue with the sentiment. However, to catch the largest specimens in the world, you need to fish in Kentucky and Tennessee.
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Young hunters get 1st shot at spring turkeys
The Courier-Journal
Youngsters in Kentucky and Indiana get the first shot at a spring turkey. Each state offers a two-day youth hunt the weekend before the regular season opens. The youngsters won't make much of a dent in the flock. Last year 2,075 turkeys were checked during Kentucky's youth weekend, less than 1 percent of the 32,153 tagged in the spring. Indiana youngsters claimed about 12 percent of that state's 2013 spring kill, sacking 1,403 of 11,374.
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It's that time of the year for Nevada big game hunters
Carson Now
This is a reminder that if you're one of many tens of thousands of big game hunters interested in drawing a 2014 hunting tag for Pronghorn Antelope, Black Bear, Mule Deer, California Bighorn Sheep, Desert (Nelson) Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Elk and Rocky Mountain Goat in the State of Nevada, be advised it is now time to submit your application(s) to hunt one or more of the big game species.
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Take advantage of expanding wolf hunting opportunities
OutdoorHub
Wolves have very good eyesight and the largest brains of any canine. Stealth and camouflage are very important when hunting them. In the past five years, opportunities to hunt wolves in the United States have greatly increased. Here's the lowdown on how and where to take advantage of this exhilarating hunting experience.
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Planning for a dream hunting trip
OutdoorHub
Derrek Sigler for OurdoorHub, writes: "How many times have you seen someone on a social media site posing the question, 'If you could go anywhere and hunt anything, what would it be?' I used to answer those truthfully, but it got to be rather redundant and kind of depressing. So I started answering with the most off-the-wall thing I could think of. 'Unicorns on Easter Island,' was a fun one."
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Young hunters get 1st shot at spring turkeys
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Youngsters in Kentucky and Indiana get the first shot at a spring turkey. Each state offers a two-day youth hunt the weekend before the regular season opens.

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Shooting Times
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Choosing the right bullets for predator hunting
By John McAdams
Predator hunting is one of the fastest-growing forms of hunting and is quickly becoming one of the most popular types of hunting in the United States. Due to the increasing popularity of the sport, retailers now offer a dizzying array of gear designed specifically for predator hunting, which can be overwhelming for a new hunter. In this article, I'm hoping to help sort through the many choices out there by testing and reviewing three different types of predator-hunting bullets.
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How to predict and hunt gobbling peaks
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Frank Miniter of American Hunter, writes: "In two days I'd heard only one gobble. It wasn't even an explosion-of-passion sort of gobble. It was a single, mumbling kind of gobble made obligatorily at sunrise. Then nothing. 'They're henned up,' everyone was saying with this the-season-is-a-bust kind of melancholy. Spring had come early and the turkeys started breeding with it and now the most intense gobbling period was over, over, over."
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