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Bruce Scheeter returns to taxidermy competitions after 10-year absence
Southeast Misourian
Taxidermist Bruce Scheeter thought of closing his shop, Showcase Taxidermy Studio in Cape Girardeau, Mo., when the economy went into recession and his business began to take a toll. A trade he started studying after his brother's friend mounted Scheeter's first deer he killed with a bow and arrow, Scheeter enjoys being his own boss and doing something he enjoys. But he said sometimes it's tough to be a taxidermist and make a living.
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Choosing between Lyme Disease & CWD
Times Leader
It's an interesting question: Protect people from ticks at the expense of exposing deer to chronic wasting disease, or avoid using a potential tick control measure to protect deer from the disease? In a roundabout way, that's the question that was posed to the Pennsylvania Game Commission board recently.
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Those planning to hunt should arrive prepared
The Spectrum
Utah's big game hunting seasons loom. By now, you have your license for the given target species but otherwise, are you ready? First up is archery mule deer (Aug. 17 to Sept. 13). Veteran bowmen know the deer will be high in the August heat and near water. Muleys can almost always be found in quaking aspen and oak brush because their favorite foods, bitterbrush and cliff rose, are found in such places.
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Tyler, Texas, hunter, son take South African game with bows and guns
Tyler Morning Telegraph
This has been the summer of discovering Africa for a number of East Texas hunters, but Tyler's Eddie Clark did it with a twist. Making his first safari to the continent, the Tyler homebuilder hunted with both his rifle and his bow, and he didn’t just use the bow for plains game antelope. In fact, his first kill was a cape buffalo, one of Africa's big five.
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Major disease outbreak bad news for bighorn sheep population at Mohave National Preserve
National Parks Traveler
Bighorn sheep were once common in Southern California and Nevada, but by the 1960s their numbers had been sharply reduced by disease, unregulated hunting and habitat loss. Forty years of cooperative efforts to rebuild the herds were paying off, but now a major disease outbreak at Mojave National Preserve poses a major threat to the majestic animals.
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Alaska hunters expecting better moose, bear hunting on Kenai Peninsula
The Alaska Dispatch
After two years of restrictions on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula south of Anchorage, moose hunters this season will have access to more animals come the opening day of rifle season."Moose should be better this year, due mostly to the additional harvest of bulls with a spike on one side," said Jeff Selinger, area wildlife manger with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
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Bow hunting for Kodiak big game begins in classroom course
The Republic
After you beat the odds in the drawing for a permit, you have to fight the conditions and roadless distances of Kodiak Island to get in position for your shot. Miss, and you won't get another chance for at least four years. If that sounds like a pressure-packed picture, add another challenge — do it without a rifle.
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Bow hunting for Kodiak big game begins in classroom course
The Republic
After you beat the odds in the drawing for a permit, you have to fight the conditions and roadless distances of Kodiak Island to get in position for your shot.

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10 great rifles for mountain hunting
Outdoor Life
Every rifle has its advantages and disadvantages. Some rifles are super light, but not every hunter can shoot them accurately because of the increased recoil.

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12 hidden gems for hunting and fishing
USA Today
Looking for prime places to hunt and fish? If you're like the majority of American sportsmen, you don't own a well-stocked lake or a forest teeming with deer.

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Sportsmen's gathering draws outdoor enthusiasts to New Mexico
Carlsbad Current-Argus
If you haven't been big game hunting in Africa, Paige Patterson recommends you drop what you are doing and start planning now. "I'm here to urge you to take your children and your grand children to Africa," said Patterson. Patterson, guest speaker at the Sportsman's Gathering of Southeastern New Mexico in Artesia, closed the annual conference with his lunch keynote speech where audience members were entertained with tales of lion tracking, crocodile hunts and lucky long shots. It's the type of hunt that most sportsmen dream about, and exactly what the crowd had come to hear.
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Where Idaho's motorized hunting rule applies
The Magic Valley Times-News
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game's motorized hunting rules apply to hunters of big game animals, including moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goats, in designated units from Aug. 30 through Dec. 31. Between these dates and in the designated units, big game hunters may use motorized vehicles only on established roadways that are open to motorized traffic and capable of being traveled by full-sized automobiles.
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Ruger creates 450 new jobs in North Carolina
American Rifleman
Gov. Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Sec. Sharon Decker announced that Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. will establish a new manufacturing facility in Rockingham County, N.C. Over 450 new jobs will be created by the end of 2017 and more than $26 million will be invested in the new Mayodan location.
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