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Mistakes men make when hunting with women
Women's Outdoor News
Women often hunt with men, and let's face it, guys are human and sometimes make mistakes when they hunt with us. In fact, Stephanie Mallory and Barbara Baird listed 12 mistakes that men make when they're out there in the woods or fields with women.
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Disease confirmed in local Oregon deer population
AmmoLand
Tests have confirmed that deer in the Roseburg, Oregon, area are dying from Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease, a disease that has not been seen in deer in this area of Oregon before. Lab results from Oregon State University's Veterinary Diagnostic Lab tested positive for EHD recently. This year, more than 100 deer have died in the Roseburg area with similar symptoms.
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Ryan Sabalow is not ashamed of taking his 4-year-old dove hunting
The Indianapolis Star
"Here he comes, Layla. It's going to be loud, okay," Ryan whispered as a single dove flitted toward he and his daughter. Her little hands covered her ears. Ryan shouldered his 12-gauge and pulled the trigger. With a puff of feathers, the bird fell into the water. His chocolate lab, Gaddy, was soon sitting at his side, the bird gently clutched in her jaws, ready to drop it into Ryan's outstretched hand.
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New Mexico approves pellet gun hunting for doves, grouse and squirrels
NRA
Hunting seasons opened Sept. 1, in New Mexico for doves, grouse, squirrels and band-tailed pigeons, with some rule changes that provide more hunting opportunities. Beginning this year, .177 caliber or larger pellet guns are among the legal sporting arms for Eurasian collared doves, dusky grouse and squirrels.
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Plenty of bear hunting opportunities in West Virginia
NRA
Hunters are reminded that a bear season with or without the use of dogs will take place in all or parts of 16 counties Sept. 18–20, and all of eight counties Oct. 4-10. "Counties that will be open for early bear hunting are above their management objective and need additional bears to be harvested to achieve their goal," said Colin Carpenter, Black Bear Project Leader for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
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Outdoor Life ranks and reviews 19 pairs of the newest hunting footwear
Outdoor Life
Over the course of a day of hunting, you will walk and stand on a variety of surfaces, many of them uneven, unforgiving or treacherous. And, on particularly exciting days, you might even find yourself on the run. On top of that, chances are good that the conditions will be cold and wet.
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Tips for keeping a gun in good shape through hunting season
The Pioneer Press
Right about now, Bob Everson might run one of the busiest cubby holes in Minnesota. Everson, a widely respected gunsmith, occupies a windowless, trapezoidal corner of Joe's Sporting Goods in Roseville. Before the hunting seasons commence — and often after — hundreds of hunters bring their rifles and shotguns to Everson for everything from routine cleanings to resurrections from rusty oblivion.
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