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May 25, 2015

Michigan bowhunters harvest four ‘Booners’ in 2014 [Photo]

Marquette, Mich. — For the first time in Michigan’s deer-hunting history, all of the top-end bucks shot during 2014 hunting seasons were taken by bowhunters, according to Commemorative Bucks of Michigan, the state’s official record keeper of trophy deer, bears, elk, and turkeys. Top-end bucks are those that qualify for entry in all-time national records

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Effort under way to increase knowledge of Red River fishery

St. Paul — Anglers who fish the Red River this year may see fisheries management work under way as the Minnesota DNR and North Dakota Game and Fish Department conduct a fish population assessment and an angler creel survey.  “The population assessment will target channel catfish, but will provide valuable information on other species, as

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A newly-passed New York fishing photography law will now hold social media users responsible for any fish caught out of season.

Catching fish out of season is a big no-no. In most places, even if it is accidental, the law states that you must immediately return the fish to the water as quickly as possible. But New York has taken things a step further with a new fishing photography law that makes posting pictures of these out-of-season fish

A newly-passed New York fishing photography law will now hold social media users responsible for any fish caught out of season. Read More »

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