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Pure Michigan Hunt winner shoots a trophy 6x6 elk

Pure Michigan Hunt winner shoots a trophy 6x6 elk

Dan Beaudoin, of Waterford, recently had a Sunday morning he will never forget. “My heart was pounding. I’m a big guy and my guide had me running, so I was breathing hard,” the 2012 Pure Michigan Hunt winner said

October 2012
A big Minnesota bear story with legs, but not many teeth

A big Minnesota bear story with legs, but not many teeth

Pine City, Minn. — Nate Rich, 21, killed his first bear a few weeks ago, and the story has legs, if no teeth.

October 2012
Deadlines loom for Minnesota wolf season licenses

Deadlines loom for Minnesota wolf season licenses

Minnesota's prospective wolf hunters are taking their time about buying their licenses.

October 2012
Wisconsin wolf hunt begins; groups file intent to sue

Wisconsin wolf hunt begins; groups file intent to sue

Wisconsin's first organized wolf hunt got under way Monday even as animal welfare advocates demanded federal officials return Great Lake wolves to the endangered species list.

October 2012
 Deer disease outbreak worsens in South Dakota

Deer disease outbreak worsens in South Dakota

State wildlife officials are eliminating unsold deer hunting licenses in southeastern South Dakota in response to a disease outbreak.

October 2012
Archery hunter from Michigan bitten in encounter with grizzly bear in Idaho

Archery hunter from Michigan bitten in encounter with grizzly bear in Idaho

A nonresident hunter was bitten, but not seriously injured, when he and his hunting partner went back to retrieve a bull elk shot the evening before.

September 2012
New Report Shows Rise in Hunting, Fishing and Wildlife-Related Recreation Participation in 28 States

New Report Shows Rise in Hunting, Fishing and Wildlife-Related Recreation Participation in 28 States

Participation in wildlife-associated recreation increased in 28 states since 2006

September 2012
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Tops $400,000 in Grants to Advance Science of Wolves

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Tops $400,000 in Grants to Advance Science of Wolves

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has topped $400,000 in grants and pledges to advance the science of wolves, wolf interactions with elk and other wildlife, and wolf management overall. The total includes more than $200,000 in science grants in just the past five years, more than any other five-year period in RMEF history.

September 2012
Avoid bear conflicts: store food and garbage properly

Avoid bear conflicts: store food and garbage properly

As hunters venture into the woods this fall, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is asking them to be mindful of their food and garbage.

September 2012
An Alaskan Master Guide Sentenced For Big Game Guiding Offense

An Alaskan Master Guide Sentenced For Big Game Guiding Offense

Anchorage, Alaska U.S. Attorney Karen L. Loeffler announced that an Anchorage man has been sentenced in the U.S. District Court in Fairbanks on Friday, August 24, following his guilty pleas to 16 counts of commercial big-game guiding offenses.

September 2012
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