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2011-12 Tiburon DBHS permit available
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The Wild Sheep Foundation is likely to obtain an additional Tiburon Island desert bighorn Permit for the November 2011 – March 2012 Mexican Hunting Season. These coveted tags were selling for $85,000 - $100,000 this winter and spring at the 2011 Sheep Show and our chapter banquets. Now is your chance to bid on this exceptional desert sheep permit. More



Hunters should ask 3 questions before they shoot
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Shoot or don't shoot? Skilled hunters can quickly assess whether any shot is safe, legal and ethical, but it takes knowledge and experience to determine the answer. Try your hand at these scenarios and be ready to make those important split second decisions in the field. More

Utah's front line against poaching
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You might not know it, but you're the key to fighting poaching in Utah. Captain Rick Olson with the Division of Wildlife Resources said, "You're crucial to our law enforcement efforts. We need your eyes, your help and your support." Olson says DWR officers catch plenty of wildlife violators on their own. But many more violators, including many who commit serious wildlife crimes, are caught because someone was watching and called the DWR. More

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'Chicks with Guns': Some 15 million US women pack heat
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Based on polling research and gun-sale statistics, an estimated 15-20 million women in the United States own their own firearms. Dozens of those heat-packing women are documented in "Chicks with Guns," a new book by photographer Lindsay McCrum that is sure to challenge almost anyone's assumptions about gun ownership. More

Hunting where their ancestors did
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Invariably a hot-button issue, off-reservation tribal hunting is even more so in rural areas like the Nile, where many residents are hunters themselves and know precisely when each of the state's game seasons begins and ends. Tribal hunters, though, aren't bound by those same state-set hunting rules or seasons, which occasionally creates confusion — and, occasionally, the risk of confrontation. More

Alaska Department of Fish & Game halts goat hunting in part of Unit 4
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The Alaska Department of Fish & Game has issued an emergency order to close the mountain goat hunting season at 11:59 p.m. Sept. 30 for the Redoubt Bay-Necker Bay Zone portion of the Unit 4 registration goat hunt (RG150). Biologists have set a maximum guideline harvest objective of six males or one female mountain goat allowed for this area. Three females have already been harvested. More

Big game hunt will return to Antelope Island
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For a second consecutive year, there will be limited hunting for trophy mule deer and bighorn sheep on Antelope Island. The Utah State Parks and Recreation Board, by a 5-2 vote, approved authorizing a one-year extension of the mule deer and bighorn sheep hunts on the island, said Deena Loyola, Utah State Parks and Recreation communication coordinator. More

Taxidermist earns praise from clients
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"Anyone who carries a gun knows Frank Zitz," said Eames Yates, a client of Frank J. Zitz and Co Inc. Zitz, a Rhinebeck, N.Y., native, is a familiar face to many longtime Dutchess County residents — gun-wielding or not. Anyone who knows Zitz knows what he does for a living, but few are very familiar with the business (or the art) of taxidermy. More

Idaho hunters and recreationalists cautioned not to spread noxious weeds
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Idaho hunters and recreationalists are being asked by state noxious weed officials to exercise special care not to contribute to the spread of noxious weeds during the fall by unknowingly carrying noxious weeds and weed seeds from infested areas to weed free areas. More
 

 
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