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Nebraska: Commissioners authorize 2 bighorn sheep permits for 2015
Outdoor Daily News
The Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners authorized one lottery and one auction bighorn sheep permit for 2015 at their meeting in Scottsbluff on Oct. 23. The lottery permit is for residents only, while the auction permit is available to residents and nonresidents. The last time the state approved two bighorn permits in one year was 2011.
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Hunting Alaska's most elusive big game
IndefinitelyWild
Hunting is a challenge at the best of times. But, factor in America's most remote mountain range combined with this continent's most elusive big game species — the dall sheep — and you have a recipe for the most difficult 10 days of your life. Or, the most rewarding.
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Debate over Maine bear hunting sparks national interest
Las Vegas Review-Journal
In Maine, a hunter can shoot a bear while it's nose-deep in a barrel of doughnuts, after it's been chased up a tree with dogs or when it's snared in a cable trap — but that could change in days, and hunters and animal rights advocates around the country are watching.
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5 essential deer-hunting tips to help you fill your tags
By John McAdams
Deer season is here in some parts of the country and is just around the corner in other places. Here are a few helpful deer-hunting tips that will hopefully help you close the deal and fill your tags this hunting season. First off, hunting with the wind in your favor is probably the single most important factor that goes into a successful deer hunt. As the saying goes: "You might fool a deer's eyes or ears, but you won't fool his nose." This is especially true when hunting mature deer who have lived through a few hunting seasons.
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Crossbows and spikehorns may be in store for deer hunters
Burlington Free Press
Vermont's comprehensive deer management review plan recently took a big step toward some sort of final conclusion. But it might end up leaving rifle hunters and even some bow and muzzleloader hunters feeling left out in the cold.
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4 tips for deer hunting in standing corn
Field & Stream
A few thousand acres of standing corn can hide a lot of deer. But whitetail guide Jamie Hoseth of northern Missouri's Border Bucks Outfitters ­still has to put hunters on big bucks. Last year, despite the fact that a wet fall left corn unpicked in most of northern Missouri — and much of the Midwest — for the duration of gun season, hunters at Border Bucks managed nearly 20 whitetails scoring 140 inches or better. Here are three strategies Hoseth used to get his clients on trophies.
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