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Monday, December 11th, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

December 8, 2014

Deer survives plastic pumpkin ordeal

Mentor, Ohio — Residents and passers-by in northeast Ohio couldn’t believe what they saw recently when a button buck showed up in back yards with its head stuck in a Halloween pail. On Nov. 10, after six days of periodic sightings, an animal rehabilitator was able to tackle the deer to dislodge the pail. Linda

Army Corps considers a new plan for Asian carp

Traverse City, Mich. (AP) — A new line of defense against invasive Asian carp may be opened on a river near Chicago in hopes of providing further short-term protection for the Great Lakes while a permanent solution is debated, officials say. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced plans to consider measures that could be

Hunter has tense time with bears

Lancaster, Pa. — Deer hunter Mike Shull, of Lititz, Lancaster County, was sitting quietly on the edge of a soybean field in Perry County recently when, only 30 feet away, a bear with three cubs glared at him.  Shull hoped the bear wouldn’t make a move that they might both regret. Brushes with danger seem

A closer look at perch: next up on the research platter?

Glenwood, Minn. — Mention yellow perch, and some may think of that pesky fish that bites off worm fragments meant for walleyes. Others will envision the jumbos dragged through the ice and destined for the frying pan. Still others will conjure images of bite-sized fish that help keep walleyes, northern pike, and other lake inhabitants

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