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Sheep to live on at visitor center
Invermere Valley Echo    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
George Thierbach, director of the Radium-Edgewater, B.C., area of the East Kootenay Big Game Club, presents Graham Kerslake, president of the Radium Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce, a check for $2,000. The money will go towards the mounting of a bighorn sheep that was struck and killed in the Village of Radium Hot Springs. More

New Nevada Dream Tags give sportsmen another chance
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In the past, when a resident or nonresident hunter failed to get a big game tag in the annual draw, they would lower their heads with the knowledge that they would have to wait another year for a chance to hunt big game in Nevada. This year is different. This year, you still have a chance ... lots of them. The all new Nevada Dream Tags Program is a raffle that allows resident and nonresident sportsmen a chance at the hunt of a lifetime while also contributing to Nevada's wildlife habitat. The tags are similar to other western states' raffle tags and "hunt of a lifetime" tags. More

Wild Sheep Foundation applauds 9th Circuit Court's decision
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The 9th Circuit Court released its opinion on Alliance for Wild Rockies v. Salazar regarding wolf litigation, removing gray wolves from the endangered species list. Attorneys representing the Wild Sheep Foundation and other conservation partners presented arguments supporting congressional action that wolf populations should be managed by the states. More


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Fewer 'Big 3' hunting licenses being issued in North Dakota this year
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Fewer moose, elk and bighorn sheep hunting licenses are being made available in North Dakota this year. Elk licenses are down by 200 over the year, to 301, because of the National Park Service's successful effort to reduce the bloated elk population in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, according to the state Game and Fish Department. More

MidwayUSA founder shares company's strategic planning process with community business leaders
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In his ongoing quest to turn his hometown of Columbia, Mo., into a "Community of Excellence," Larry Potterfield discussed how MidwayUSA's adoption of the Baldrige Criteria increased productivity, customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction, sales and net income as a percentage of sales. MidwayUSA validates their strategic planning process by creating a mission statement setting goals, creating processes to meet those goals and continuously improving the methods used to achieve these goals. More

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New and returning sponsors fuel growth of MidwayUSA & NRA Bianchi Cup
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The NRA National Action Pistol Championship, also known as the MidwayUSA & NRA Bianchi Cup, has a seen a tremendous growth in sponsorship in 2012. The return of longstanding supporters along with the addition of new sponsors helps the championship to maintain its standing as the richest and most prestigious shooting tournament in the world. More

New rash of trophy import seizures by USFWS
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All U.S. hunters whose trophy importations were on hold while awaiting clarification on new requirements by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service immediately should check the expiration dates on their import/export permits. The reason is that the permits for many of these trophies have expired, and they are being seized upon entry to the U.S. If you have a trophy with expired permits call your shipping agent right away to stop the shipment and have new permits issued. More

2 cousins take monster Wisconsin bucks on the same day
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Sometimes when you're still young enough to believe in the impossible, that mythical whitetail monster will actually step out of the shadows and offer you the shot of a lifetime. This is exactly what happened to a couple of young hunters in Sauk County, Wis., on a family farm during the November firearm season. Here is the amazing story of how these two girls took incredible bucks on the same farm on the same day. More

Finding dropped antlers a lot easier shed than done
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Shed hunting is walking around to find antlers shed by whitetail bucks annually, sometime from winter to early spring. Weather doesn't have much to do with it. Even in this mild winter, some bucks are still holding their antlers. Illinois' forest wildlife program manager, Paul Shelton, said bucks drop their antlers based on photo period. With the advancement in trail cameras and increased interest in deer hunting, there has been a dramatic rise in shed hunting. It helps that it can be done in urban areas as well. More

Survival knives 101: Match your knife to the task
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Tim MacWelch writes, "I'm a big believer that you need the right tool for the right job, whatever that job may be — even survival. With so many survival knives on the market, and more added every year, I am constantly asked, "what kind of knife is best for survival?" Well, it depends on the tasks you need to perform, I always reply." More

Turkey shotguns that work
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What is the best type of shotgun for the hunting of wild turkeys? The one you happen to have in your hands at the time. This may sound like a glib answer, but it is actually true. Virtually any shotgun with a fairly tight to very tight choke can work. But that doesn't mean that there are not factors to consider when deciding which gun to have in-hand during the hunt. Since most shots at wild turkeys are a one-shot affair, a break-open single-shot can work fine. More

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