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Judge lets wolf season resume near Yellowstone

Judge lets wolf season resume near Yellowstone

Wolf hunting and trapping can resume near Yellowstone National Park after a Montana judge on Wednesday blocked the state from shutting down the practice over concerns that too many animals used in research were being killed.

January 2013
Birthday buck a monster for 12-year-old

Birthday buck a monster for 12-year-old

Happy birthday to you, Dylan Smith.

November 2012
Idaho hunters kill 96 wolves

Idaho hunters kill 96 wolves

Idaho officials say hunters have killed 96 wolves so far in the 2012-2013 hunting season.

November 2012
Michigan DNR cuts antlerless permits in areas hit hard by EHD

Michigan DNR cuts antlerless permits in areas hit hard by EHD

Most Michigan deer hunters are well aware that epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) has reared its ugly head at historic levels in Michigan this year.

November 2012
Butchering Big Game

Butchering Big Game

How to cut up a big game animal. When you do your own butchering, you know that the meat has been handled with care, and you get the cuts you prefer.

November 2012
South Dakota may offer fewer spring wild turkey licenses

South Dakota may offer fewer spring wild turkey licenses

The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department is proposing to reduce the number of wild turkey licenses this coming spring by just over 500 tags.

November 2012
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
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