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The Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are seeking information regarding a recent wolf poaching case.DNR seeking information in wolf poaching case
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DNR seeking information in wolf poaching case

The Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are seeking

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is proposing the same number of days as last year for waterfowl hunting season in all three zonesDNR proposes waterfowl season dates
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DNR proposes waterfowl season dates

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is proposing the same number of days as last year

The Department of Natural Resources has proposed rule changes to clear up ambiguity regarding possession limits for legally taken fish and wildlife that have a bag limit, without adversely affecting wildlife species or unnecessarily encumbering legal anglers and hunters.DNR aims to clear up possession limit rules
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DNR aims to clear up possession limit rules

The Department of Natural Resources has proposed rule changes to clear up ambiguity regarding

Divers have found what appears to be a live adult quagga mussel in Sand Hollow Reservoir. The reservoir is about eight miles southwest of Hurricane in southern Utah.Divers Discover Mature Quagga Mussel in Utah Reservoir
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Divers Discover Mature Quagga Mussel in Utah Reservoir

Divers have found what appears to be a live adult quagga mussel in Sand Hollow Reservoir. The

Now established in Florida waters with no natural predators, rapidly growing population steals space and food resources from domestic species like grouper and snapper as well as eating native juvenile fish.Dive Derbies Taking Out Invasive Lionfish
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Dive Derbies Taking Out Invasive Lionfish

Now established in Florida waters with no natural predators, rapidly growing population steals

by Mike Suchan, OutdoorChannel.com

When Andy Sturdivan guided disabled hunters during a special deer hunt years ago, he never considered that one day his role would be reversed. But that's what happened when he participated in an event put on by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Smithville Lake recently.Disabled deer hunters get their shot
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Disabled deer hunters get their shot

When Andy Sturdivan guided disabled hunters during a special deer hunt years ago, he never

Brent Frazee, McClatchy Newspapers

Domestic cats and dogs kill and maim more than a billion birds and mammals in The United States every year. And despite several studies outlining the wanton destruction our pets inflict on indigenous species year round, frustrated outdoorsmen, farmers, educators and environmentalists have few choices in some states to remedy the problem legally.Dirty Dogs
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Dirty Dogs

Domestic cats and dogs kill and maim more than a billion birds and mammals in The United

Don Mulligan, OutdoorChannel.com

DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement agents are seeking information on a possible suspect or suspects in a Sept. 22 incident in which a piebald deer was poached.Delaware Wildlife Agents Investigating Piebald Deer Poaching
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Delaware Wildlife Agents Investigating Piebald Deer Poaching

DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement agents are seeking information on a possible

Delaware Department of Natural Resources

Evers and DeFoe were the last two standing in the July 23-31 Toyota Trucks All-Star Week. It began July 23 on Lake Jordan with 12 anglers. Eight advanced to the Alabama River for three days of match play. The prize is $100,000, winner take all.DeFoe, Evers are in Bassmaster postseason finals
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DeFoe, Evers are in Bassmaster postseason finals

Evers and DeFoe were the last two standing in the July 23-31 Toyota Trucks All-Star Week. It

by B.A.S.S.

Up on stage, Ott DeFoe pushed back his cap and wiped his face with his palm. He'd just watched his opponent, Edwin Evers, weigh in 8 pounds, 2 ounces of Alabama River bass. DeFoe, a 25-year-old Bassmaster Elite Series rookie, was sweating it.DeFoe trumps Evers by 5 ounces for first Bassmaster win
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DeFoe trumps Evers by 5 ounces for first Bassmaster win

Up on stage, Ott DeFoe pushed back his cap and wiped his face with his palm. He'd just watched

by B.A.S.S.

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