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Partial delisting of wolves included in FY 2011 budget agreement in US Congress
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A coalition of the nation's largest hunting and conservation organizations cautiously welcomed a provision championed by Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus member Rep. Mike Simpson of Idaho and CSC Senate Co-Chair, Sen. Jon Tester of Montana, to remove the gray wolf from the Endangered Species Act as part of a the FY 2011 budget agreement to fund the federal government through the end of the fiscal year. The coalition includes the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Wild Sheep Foundation, Boone and Crockett Club, National Rifle Association, Safari Club International and Pope and Young Club. More

Hunting rifles reviews officially launched -
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As of April 1, HuntingRiflesReviews is officially online, offering a free pedia of rifles and shotguns, along with gathered opinions from various users, both amateur and professionals, who write from their personal experiences. The website contains reviews of important available and discontinued rifles and shotguns from the most popular manufacturers in the world. More

Pros and cons of the .300 Magnums
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When it comes to magnum cartridges of .30 caliber, there seems to be no middle ground among hunters. Some consider them just the ticket for everything that walks, crawls, slithers, flies and has a leg on each corner. Others consider them too much for deer and not as good as cartridges of larger calibers on larger game. Layne Simpson believes more experienced hunters will agree that the question is too complicated for such simple answers, and accurate conclusions can be made only after a close look at a few details. More

BLM Wild Lands Policy deserves praise
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If a misleading statement is repeated often enough, some people will begin to believe it. That appears to be the strategy of those working to overturn the Bureau of Land Management "wild lands" policy that was introduced in December by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar. Beyond the misleading rhetoric are some hard facts: The BLM wild lands policy assures that the agency will follow federal law. More

Experts offer easy tips for creating tasty sausage, jerky
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Deep in the recesses of freezers across Texas are packages of venison, feral hog and other wild game just waiting for the chance to become delectable treats. In many cases, whipping up a batch of sausage, jerky or snack sticks is just the ticket for solving that mystery freezer meat dilemma. "This time of year, a lot of people are asking, 'What have I got in the freezer?' and 'What can I do with it now?'?" said Karen Lutto of Boerne, who represents Hi Mountain Seasonings of Riverton, Wyo. More

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New show The Ultimate Shot showcases bowhunting on 6 continents on Sportsman Channel
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New series, The Ultimate Shot, with host Archie Nesbitt, will take viewers abroad to six continents hunting for world-class trophies on Sportsman Channel, the leader in outdoor TV for the American Sportsman. The Ultimate Shot allows viewers an exclusive look inside the primary role of hunting organizations and the protection of wildlife. More

Popularity of shed hunting grows
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Outdoors and wildlife enthusiasts might find little to do during late winter and early spring. An increasingly popular outdoor pursuit, commonly called "shed hunting," or looking for the shed antlers of big game animals, can change that. "It's just a thrill, it's a good way to get exercise, a good way to get out of the house and a family activity," said shed hunter Charles Kirkham. More

Utah huntress is rising up to the challenge of big game on cable hunting show
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It takes a certain brand of toughness to become the star of an extreme adventure hunting show. You can't just be rugged. You have to be the kind of rugged that makes a heavy-duty pickup truck look like a pink Volkswagen Beetle. Bob Pendray said that his sister, Rebecca Francis, co-host of "Eye of the Hunter" on cable channel Versus, is "the toughest woman I've ever met." More

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