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Other big game hunting in Colorado
The Journal Advocate
Deer and elk are the most commonly hunted species in Colorado. But hunters also go to the high country to pursue other magnificent big game animals: bighorn sheep, mountain goats, bears, moose and mountain lions. The numbers of these animals in the state are significantly lower than deer and elk, so licenses are few and difficult to get. But those who obtain a license can look forward to a high-quality hunting experience.
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Hunting across the globe
News OK
Bill Lockard has a lifetime of hunting adventures that would fill a book. Or perhaps two or three. The retired Oklahoma City dentist spent 55 years hunting on six continents and in 26 countries, stalking the most dangerous game in the world along with numerous species of sheep and antelope.
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The Sportsmen's Act of 2013: Protecting hunters' rights and providing greater public access
OutdoorHub
In July Senator Lisa Murkowski , R-Ark., introduced The Sportsmen's Act of 2013 with bipartisan support. The Act is a collection of several bills that will benefit hunters, anglers, recreational shooters and their access to public land. It is a package very similar to the 2012 Sportsmen's Act introduced by Senator Jon Tester, D-Mont., last year, which failed to pass by a small margin.
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'Tips and Tactics' with Kim Heath — Managing rifle weight
The Women's Outdoor Network
In this week's "Tips and Tactics" video, Women's Tactical Association Vice President Kim Heath educates us on "managing rifle weight." Be sure and check this video out before the next time you head to the range.
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Waterfowl possession limits raised due to strong duck numbers
OutdoorHub
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that the agency is proposing a continued liberal hunting season for the upcoming 2013-2014 waterfowl seasons. According to a survey taken by the Service in its Trends in Duck Breeding Populations report, duck numbers remain strong for 2013. Although the report does show that the number of breeding ducks declined by six percent from 2012, overall duck numbers remain high above the historical average.
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From the farmhouse to the White House: Rejuvenated and worn-out
Ammo Land
The 19th Annual Meeting of the National Bobwhite Technical Committee in Roanoke, Va., July 23-26, led to the most pleasant and stimulating exhaustion one can get from work. Four days of burning candles at both ends; immersed in myriad bobwhite conservation issues, opportunities and barriers; renewing friendships across the country; meeting new friends and partners ... it can't get any better.
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Organizations team up for youth hunts
Amarillo Globe-News
A state agency and private conservation group have paired up to teach some of their values to youths through a hunting program in the Dalhart, Texas, area.

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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.

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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.

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Organizations team up for youth hunts
Amarillo Globe-News
A state agency and private conservation group have paired up to teach some of their values to youths through a hunting program in the Dalhart, Texas, area. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Wildlife Association are offering kids across the state a chance to participate in their first official pronghorn youth hunt. It has two main purposes.
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Shooting tips: How to make snap shots
Outdoor Life
A snap shot is fired as soon as you identify a target and your rifle reaches your shoulder. Think of a buck flushed at 40 yards, and think 2 seconds or less. Here's how it's done.
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How to win the FLW Cup: Tips from Texas' top anglers
OutdoorHub
The 2013 Forrest Wood Cup blasts off Aug. 15 on the Red River out of Shreveport, La., While the Red River is a popular bass tournament destination, most of those events are held in early spring when temperatures range from the 30s to the 60s instead of from the 90s to the 100s. Does this mean the anglers will be throwing different lures and fishing different areas than during those late-winter/springtime tournaments?
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