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Idaho may expand auctions for trophy hunts
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Department of Fish and Game officials are fighting a plan to expand special trophy hunting tag auctions after fielding complaints about the fairness of such high-priced hunts for the wealthy. A bill that cleared the House Resources and Conservation Committee on a 14-0 vote would raise additional revenue for wildlife management and habitat protection by holding annual auctions of up to three elk, deer and antelope tags and one moose, wild big horn sheep and mountain goat tag. More



Educating sportsmen and eliminating Colorado poachers
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Hunting license applications are due in a couple weeks for limited big game. The season itself doesn't start until fall. But the Division of Wildlife wants sportsman to be watchful for some who want to start early. The D.O.W. monitors hunting seasons to make sure things go right. "Our seasons are set based on the biology of the animals," Grand Junction's district wildlife manager, Elissa Knox said. "The animals still have a chance to breed, we're not hunting animals in the spring time." That's why she takes poaching very seriously. More

New York man honored for wild sheep hunting feat
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In the pursuit of his 20-year-old passion for hunting wild sheep, Bill Osuchowski has found himself in some harrowing situations, including a grizzly bear scare, a life-threatening flash flood and a run-in with Mexican police. And that's on top of hunting the elusive animals during abusive weather in remote and often physically demanding terrain. More



Wolf hunting deal faces first test before judge
The Associated Press via The Seattle Post Intelligencer    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
A proposal to settle years of litigation and allow public hunting of wolves in parts of the Northern Rockies faces its first legal test, as it goes before a federal judge who has twice rebuffed attempts to lift protections for the predators. The hearing before U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy in Missoula, Mont., follows a settlement agreement last week between the Obama administration and 10 conservation groups. More

Five quality shotguns for under $500
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Not all of us need or want a King Ranch package F-350, when a good ole basic F-150 will get us where we need to go. Brand new, these shotguns will run you less than $500. Best of all, when the moment of truth arrives and the ducks, deer, turkeys or whatever slip into range, they'll deliver the same results as a gun three times the cost. More

Marine sniper shares secrets
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Back in the day, whenever that was, 300 yards was the outdoor benchmark that got you into "long-range" territory. Much like catching a 10-pound bass or shooting a 10-point buck, sending a bullet precisely on its way the length of three football fields was quite the feat. This day and age, I have rifles that are zeroed at 500 yards, a mere starting point 200 yards beyond the old long-range benchmark. More

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Mongolia revokes decision to allow leopard hunting for science
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The Mongolian government had revoked a decision it made earlier this month to allow foreigners to hunt leopards for scientific purpose, local media reported. Mongolian Environment and Tourism Minister L. Gansukh canceled the permission to kill four leopards for scientific purpose this year, after meeting researchers and representatives of non-government organizations to discuss the issue. More

The future of hunting worldwide
The Marlborough Express    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
As a bulging human population (now 7 billion, 9 billion by 2050) confiscates the habitat of wild animals, they, and the chance to hunt them, diminish. Hunting has become more contrived and costly in the rest of the world; and on the public estate for free roaming animals it will become increasingly rare. We look more and more unique in being able to offer this. Potentially, hunting has big niche-tourism potential. More
 

 
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