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Montana ups wolf quota to make up for lost season
The Spokesman Review    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail
Hunters would be able to remove up to 220 gray wolves from Montana's landscape this fall under a tentative quota and seasons adopted by the state Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission and reported in the Helena Independent Record. More

Christo: Arkansas River artwork won't hurt sheep
The Sacramento Bee    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail
An artist known for his large-scale projects says his proposal to put silvery, luminous fabric panels over the Arkansas River won't hurt bighorn sheep. The panels in Christo's project would span eight sections along a 40-mile stretch of the river between Salida and Canon City, Colo., and require drilling anchors. The project is expected to take two years. More

Alaska Wildlife Troopers investigate illegal kill of mountain goat in Juneau area
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Alaska Wildlife Troopers are looking into the illegal killing of a mountain goat in the Juneau area. Troopers were notified this week that part of a goat cape and hoofs were found near the southern section of Bullard Mountain. Goat hunting is not allowed at all in the place where the remains were found. The legal goat hunting season in other parts of the area occurs in the fall. More

Has technology made hunting too easy?
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Is there a growing backlash in the hunting world against all things high-tech? Are increasing numbers of hunters turning their backs on modern weapons in favor of the purity of experience offered by primitive weapons? More

Fishing, hunting fees in Washington going up this fall
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If you're budgeting for this fall's hunting and fishing ventures be prepared to pay more for most hunting and fishing licenses beginning Thursday, Sept. 1. Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire signed Senate Bill 5385, which permanently raises many personal use or recreational document fees, in her afternoon bill ceremony. More

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Hunter who struck out on Alaska moose hunt ends up in trouble
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Arizona hunter Peter Amador was a winner in the 2010 Alaska big-game lottery who ended up a big loser. First, his Nelchina Basin moose hunt proved wet and unsuccessful, and now Alaska Wildlife Troopers have charged him with a crime. More

It's best just to sit still
The Columbia Daily Tribune    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
In the game of tagging turkeys, there is one rule that every hunter must follow: Don't let the turkeys see you. It's simple. But it's a big challenge. The turkeys' eyes are by far its most formidable defense. Increasingly, many hunters use portable blinds to conceal themselves from their prey. Todd Pridemore hasn't done that yet, but it might be time for him to start. More

Putin showcases Russia hunting in US magazine
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Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin sought to lure international hunters and fishermen to Russian wilderness in an interview with U.S.-based magazine Outdoor Life. Putin, an avid wildlife enthusiast, has shot a grey whale with a crossbow to take a skin sample off the coast of Kamchatka and targeted a Siberian tiger with a tranquilizer gun to place a satellite transmitter around its neck. More

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