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May 17, 2011

West Virginia trophy buck kill up despite 2010 decline

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s deer harvest plummeted in 2010, but the state’s take of trophy bucks didn’t. Although hunters killed 31 percent fewer whitetails overall, the number of bucks taken to wildlife officials for antler scoring increased 12 percent. “This is one more piece of evidence that the percentage of older-age bucks is […]

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West Virginia hosting national fly-fishing tournament

Cabins, W.Va. (AP) – A national fly-fishing tournament is coming to West Virginia for the second straight year. The Harman’s North Fork Invitational will be held Thursday through Saturday on the North Fork of the Potomac River’s South Branch in Grant County. Ten teams will compete and cash prizes will be given to the top three

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Adult male cougar trapped and killed in Bend, Oregon

Cougar tales just keep streaming in. On May 13, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) and USDA Wildlife Services agents successfully trapped an adult male mountain lion in the Deschutes River Woods area, a neighborhood in the town of Bend. Mountain lion sightings are apparently fairly common in the residential area, a rural development

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