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Montana nearly doubles wolf kill limit for hunters
The Times Live
Montana wildlife officials have approved a measure that nearly doubles the number of wolves a person can kill each year and extends the length of the state's hunting season, angering conservationists. The plan adopted by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission raises the number of wolves a person can kill in a given calendar year to 10, from the previous limit of six.
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Smith & Wesson M&P-10
American Hunter
The .308 Winchester is perfect for most big game, and Smith & Wesson has provided hunters an M&P that's just right for the job.
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Shooting tips: How to practice proper trigger control
Outdoor Life
Rifles only shooting instructor Jacob Bynum is a stickler when it comes to trigger control. And for good reason: If you don't pull the trigger straight back, it will send your bullet off target, especially at long ranges.
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Outdoor groups endorse Senate effort to restore allotted $900 million to conservation fund
Outdoor Life
A wide range of conservation and outdoor recreation groups are lobbying in support of a Senate bill and resolution that both call for ending the "chronic diversion" of offshore oil and gas revenues from the Land and Water Conservation Fund into the federal government's general fund. On Feb. 14, Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., introduced the Land and Water Conservation Authorization and Funding Act of 2013 (S. 338). The bill, which demands "full and dedicated funding" of LWCF, has 30 cosponsors and has been referred to the Senate's Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
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Nebraska mountain lion hunt
The Star Herald
Some Nebraskans are likely to get upset about the announcement that mountain lion hunting will be allowed in Nebraska next year under new regulations approved by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Under the plan, the state would be divided into four management units: The Pine Ridge, Niobrara River valley, Wildcat Hills and the rest of the state. The plan affects mostly the Pine Ridge area, which has an estimated 15 to 22 of the big cats.
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Flyway provides abundant bird hunting
The Lubbock Avalanche Journal
From Panhandle playa lakes and Cross Timbers irrigation ponds teeming with rafts of mallards and wigeons to East Texas river bottoms lousy with wood ducks, the opportunities that come during fall and winter frameworks on the Central Flyway are second to none. The variety of Lone Star State waterfowl hunting locales is only upstaged by our distinct ecosystems, some of which feature the genuine possibility of encountering any of 10 species of duck on a given morning.
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FWP in Montana auctioning wildlife mounts
The Billings Gazette
Looking for an extra set of antlers or a trophy wild animal to mount on the wall, even if you aren't a hunter? Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will hold a trophy auction on Aug. 10 at 10 a.m. at Region 3 Headquarters in Bozeman, Mont. Items being auctioned range from deer and elk antlers, mounts and hides to trophy bighorn sheep and bison heads, as well as several furs. These came to FWP as a result of statewide investigations and confiscation, department management activities, as well as winter or
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Montana nearly doubles wolf kill limit for hunters
The Times Live
Montana wildlife officials have approved a measure that nearly doubles the number of wolves a person can kill each year and extends the length of the state's hunting season, angering conservationists.

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Royal Gorge Bridge and Park wildlife survive fire
The Denver Post
Eight hours into the Royal Gorge fire, Tom Cox was sick to his stomach.

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Coyotes and hogs hitting deer herds hard
Outdoor Life
Hunter/landowners from across whitetail country are reporting devastating deer predation from coyotes and extensive habitat destruction from hogs.

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What Cabela's knows about you
The Daily Republic
Leveraging data to increase revenue is common in retailing. But experts say Cabela's, a $4.7 billion market-cap company whose roots trace back to the direct mail business selling fishing flies that Dick and Mary Cabela started at their kitchen table in 1961, has one of the most sophisticated customer-tracking and analytics programs in the industry.
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Slam Talker deer call from Hunter's Specialties
Ammo Land
The new Slam Talker deer call from Hunter's Specialties produces the most realistic deer vocalizations on the market, from deep tending buck grunts to estrus doe and fawn bleats. It also can reproduce the snort/wheeze sound of a challenging buck.
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Arviat youth hunts in Africa
Northern News Services
Nine-year-old Kadin Copland impressed outfitters in Zimbabwe with her skill with a hunting rifle. During a recent family trip to the country, the Arviat youth proved to have one of the most accurate shots they had seen among children her age, according to her uncle Joe Savikataaq Jr. "They were all very shocked and amazed at Kadin." said Savikataaq, who accompanied Copland on the adventure along with the child's grandfather.
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