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US sees 25 percent surge in women hunters since 2006
Fox News
The number of American women spending time hunting has spiked 25 percent between 2006 and 2011. According to Census Bureau statistics cited by National Geographic, while men still make up the majority of the 13.7 million hunters in the United States, 11 percent are women. Many states, the magazine reports, are now hosting workshops, titled "Becoming An Outdoors-Woman," which instruct participants in archery, shotgun and rifle shooting.
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Hunting on a budget
By John McAdams
These days it feels like everything is getting more and more expensive. This is especially true for those who enjoy the outdoors. If you're not careful, you can spend a fortune on hunting and fishing gear. While I'm a big proponent of using high-quality gear, you don't necessarily have to spend a ton of money to be properly outfitted. Here are a few tips and tricks I've learned along the way to hunt on a budget.
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Getting the most from trail cameras during the rut
Ammo Land
For whitetail hunters, there is no more exciting time to be in the woods than during the rut. As you are reading this, the northern latitudes are approaching the peak of the rut and there is a chance that some of you are actually reading this from your blind or tree stand. But is simply being in the woods during the rut a sure bet to get you an opportunity at the buck of a lifetime?
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What to do when you bag that buck? Hire a taxidermist
WCCO-TV
Hunting generates around $420 million in salaries and wages in Minnesota. And once you bag that prize buck, it's hard not to want to employ a taxidermist. Edward and Jamie found out it's not an easy job when they recently headed north. They spent one morning at Trophy Time Taxidermy in Pequot Lakes. It's where all eyes are focused on award-winning work.
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Taxidermist mounts hunting trophies from all over the world
Dairyland Peach
Every day is different for Mike Kahlert at Great Bear Taxidermy west of Long Prairie, Minn. One day he could be stitching on a lion and the next he could be doing a white-tailed deer trophy. "You never know what will be here," he said. "We get stuff from all over the world." Bears arrived at Great Bear from Missouri, belonging to someone Kahlert had never met. He has shipped his work to Germany and England. A father and son from Kentucky were fishing in Alaska and shipped an eight-foot-long halibut to Kahlert to mount.
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Father, son draw bighorn sheep tags and fill them on 1st day of hunt
Missoulian
At first there was a sense of elation, then realization and finally mild panic. Brett Kroger, a Jackson, Wyo., hunter, had just found out he had drawn a bighorn sheep permit — which prompted the elation. The panic that followed came when he realized that his 12-year-old son, Adam, had also drawn a permit in the first year he had applied — a rare occurrence. He had submitted Adam's name simply to help him begin building up preference points with no thought that he might actually draw a permit in his first year.
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Taxidermist mounts hunting trophies from all over the world
Dairyland Peach
Every day is different for Mike Kahlert at Great Bear Taxidermy west of Long Prairie, Minn. One day he could be stitching on a lion and the next he could be doing a white-tailed deer trophy.

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Montana hunter bags a ranked bighorn
The Western News
Whitefish, Mont., hunter Glen Prestegaard recently shot a bighorn ram ranked by the Safari Club International record book as No. 3 in the world for muzzleloader hunting.

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Hunting lease etiquette and expectations
The Eagle
Farmers and ranchers respect and protect their land in ways that might be lost to more urban oriented city folks.

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Larry Woodward's top whitetail tips
Outdoor Hub
While most hunters appreciate the meat on the table, they hunt for sport. For Larry Woodward, hunting is his livelihood — he has to consistently kill big bucks on camera for his career. Larry's been guiding hunters, fishermen and working in outdoor video for nearly his whole adult life. In order to be as successful as he has in this cutthroat industry, he's got to be doing something right.
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California Court of Appeals confirms ruling striking down ammunition sales restrictions
Ammo Land
On Nov. 6, the California Court of Appeals for the 5th District affirmed the lower court’s issuance of a permanent injunction in the NRA/CRPA backed legal challenge to Assembly Bill (AB) 962, Parker v. California. AB 962 would have banned mail order ammunition sales and required all purchases of so-called “handgun ammunition” to be registered. The court’s 41 page published opinion confirms that AB 962 is unconstitutionally vague and cannot be enforced.
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