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Montana: Big horn sheep die off near Gardiner
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Big Horn Sheep draw wildlife watchers in and around Yellowstone all year long. They're most easily seen in the winter, and spring. But, tourists traveling to and from Gardiner from Mammoth in Montana see them most of the year. And horn sheep hunters prize these animals, often waiting years for a hunting tag in Montana or Wyoming. A big horn sheep die off near Gardiner, Montana, has closed hunting there.
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South Dakota: Mountain goat hunting season to be reinstated
Rapid City Journal
For the first time in nearly a decade, a couple of lucky South Dakota sportsmen will have the chance to go hunting for mountain goats. The mountain goat hunting season will re-open for the first time in 2015 after being closed for the past nine years. The mountain goat season is considered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as only South Dakota residents who have never received a license for any South Dakota mountain goat season are eligible, according to the GF&P website.
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California's lead ammo ban
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While California hunters may have thought that they had until 2019 to phase out lead bullets from their arsenal, Department of Fish and Wildlife has other ideas. Officials announced that nonlead ammunition will be required for all hunting on DFW property and for all bighorn sheep hunters beginning with the 2015 season.
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Moose spotted several times in Nebraska panhandle
Omaha World-Herald
A wandering moose is roaming western Nebraska in the tracks of newcomer mountain lions, elk and bighorn sheep. Nebraska Game and Parks Commission officials say a moose has been spotted numerous times by residents in the North Platte River valley in the Panhandle.
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Montana: 2015 SuperTag chances on sale now
Outdoor News Daily
Hunters can win the SuperTag drawing by purchasing one or more $5 SuperTag chances for the fall 2015 hunting season. Eight SuperTag hunt licenses are offered — moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, elk, deer, antelope, mountain lion and bison. Winners may hunt any district open to the species for which they won a tag.
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The .32 Remington: An obsolete cartridge from a bygone era
By John McAdams
Introduced by Remington in 1906, the .32 Remington was marketed as an alternative to the .32 Winchester Special. Hunters seeking a good bullet for hunting deer and bear that could be found in an auto-loading rifle were presented with a nice choice in the .32 Remington. Unfortunately, the cartridge never really caught on with the shooting and hunting public and has since fallen out of favor. Though it is a great choice for shooting under certain circumstances, the .32 Remington is now rarely found outside of old gun collections.
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