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November 2, 2023

Hunting, fishing rights headed to ballot in Ohio?

T. Roosevelt Action, an advocacy group dedicated to preserving and promoting the rights of hunters and anglers across the United States, announced recently that it is launching efforts in Ohio to send a constitutional amendment to voters that would enshrine the right to hunt and fish into Ohio’s Constitution. The resolution has been officially introduced as HJR 5. 

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Pennsylvania big woods trip shows we’re not the only hunters out there

Somewhere around 2 a.m., my deep slumber was abruptly awakened by the shrill cadence of barks, yips and howls. Taking a moment to get my bearings, I remembered I was visiting my buddy Julian’s camp for a weekend of archery hunting in Lycoming County’s big woods. Rubbing my tired eyes, I realized I wasn’t dreaming. Julian heard it too, and he was stumbling down the dark hallway to find his tracking spotlight.  
“The freaking coyotes are right outside my bedroom window,” he stammered groggily. “I want to see if we can get a look at them.”

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Man who cheated in Lake Erie fishing tournament facing new Pennsylvania charges, this time deer related

A Mercer County man convicted of cheating in a high-stakes Lake Erie walleye tournament is now accused of poaching three white-tailed deer.
Chase Cominsky, 36, of Hermitage, Pa., was charged Oct. 23 with two counts of unlawful killing or taking of big game, three counts of unlawful taking or possession of game or wildlife, two counts of unlawful acts concerning licenses, and one count of improperly tagging big game kills, according to Pennsylvania Game Commission game warden group supervisor Sgt. Daniel Carl. 

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Facebook group tracks moose still roaming in southern, central Minnesota

That moose is still cruising farm country, and monitoring the young bull’s location has been so popular that he has his own Facebook page titled, “Central MN Moose on the Loose.”
The moose, which hasn’t been officially named but people call it “Bullwinkle or Rut the moose,” started being tracked in southern Minnesota near the Iowa border. Since then, he’s traveled north with the latest reports being in Spicer, Minn., on Nov. 1.

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