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With election over, Obama reopens talks on UN Firearms Treaty
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With the presidential election behind him, President Barack Obama has signaled he is ready to restart U.N. talks on the Arms Trade Treaty. These negotiations carried on through the summer, until they abruptly ended July 28 with a U.S. pullout. I wrote then that although the treaty was dead for a time, it could come back up if Obama were to be re-elected. And now, just two days after winning the election, he's back at it. More



Fish and Game seeks info on bighorn sightings
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The Idaho Department of Fish and Game wants information on any sightings of bighorn sheep in or near the South Hills. Recently, bighorn sheep were observed moving south from their usual range, Fish and Game said. These movements are likely due to this summer's Minidoka Complex fires, which burned more than 90,000 acres and started near Big Cottonwood Creek, where the bighorn sheep typically live. More

Huntingnet.com
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If you have spent much time hunting with outfitters, you have probably figured out that there are good outfitters and bad outfitters. Like anything we spend money on, the more research you do ahead of time, the better chance you have of choosing a good outfitter. According to Doug Benefield from Illinois Connection, a whitetail outfitter in Illinois, you can weed out a large number of outfitters by asking the right questions. More

Great Wildlife Photos
Great Wildlife Photos offers game and non-game stock photographs for sale on the web site or hunting and fishing shows including Wild Sheep Foundation (2013). We provide close-up as well as animals in habitat. We now offer to take photographs of ranches offering hunting (for publicity/advertising) as well as hunters in hopes of trophy animals. Visit our web site. Feel free to call 775-425-8018.


Utah's most prized big game permits
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You can apply for next year's most prized Utah big game hunting permits — 2013 sportsman permits — starting Oct. 30. Only Utah residents can apply for sportsman permits. One sportsman permit is offered for each of the following species: Desert bighorn ram, Rocky Mountain bighorn ram, buck deer, buck pronghorn, bull elk, bull moose, hunter's choice bison and hunter's choice Rocky Mountain goat. You can apply for a sportsman permit starting Oct. 30 online. Applications must be submitted no later than 11 p.m. on Nov. 20. More

Mountain goat hunting in the Chugach, Alaska
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Tyler Freel, writes: "I don't know if I would say I take pride in it, but I always do my best to be prepared for any challenges a remote hunt might present. I usually do pretty well, but my goat hunt this year gave me a big reality check. Just five days after returning from my sheep hunt, as I was packing my goat gear in my truck to head down to the Chugach Range, my Uncle Tracy called and asked if I was taking crampons. I didn't have any, so he said to come pick up an old pair of his that he's ended up needing them for every goat hunt he's ever been on. I was sure glad I did. Due to weather, the pilots who were flying my buddy Steve and I into the mountains weren't able to take us into the drainage we'd hoped to be dropped off in and instead had to land us on a glacier." More



12-year-old shoots 27-point, 229-pound monster buck
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A patient 12-year-old boy has the story of a lifetime to tell following a weekend hunt recently, Nov. 3, Dylan Beach-Bittner of Motley, Minn., took a nearly 30-point buck known around his community as the "monster buck" from a tree stand while out hunting with his step-father on his aunt's farm roughly eight miles west of Sebeka. More

Desert bighorn sheep get lift as part of journey from Nev. to southern Utah monument
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The helicopter hovered low, allowing a crew member to shoot a net over a desert bighorn sheep in the southeastern Nevada mountains. A "mugger" hurriedly jumped from the aircraft and ran over to the sheep, giving the animal a shot to calm it down before tying its legs with leather strapping, blindfolding it, putting it in a sack, and hoisting it into the air with three other sheep. With that, the iconic big game animals started their journey to historic rangeland in southern Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The sheep dangled in the air for a matter of minutes before being carried to a table to get their vitals checked and then hauled in trailers to their new home — a roughly seven-hour trip. More

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Cow moose poached in Montana's Little Belt Mountains
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State game wardens are seeking information regarding the poaching of a cow moose near the south, or top end, of Belt Park Road in the Little Belt Mountains in Montana. The moose was shot and killed in the early morning of Oct. 25 on private property along Belt Park Road, near Harley Park. Two young calves were left standing by the animal's carcass. Anyone with information about this incident is urged to call 1-800-TIPMONT. More


 

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