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Emotions were running as high as the central Arkansas thermometers when brothers Matt and Jordan Lee of Auburn University stepped to the weigh-in stage for the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series final Sunday morning.Lee vs. Lee
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Lee vs. Lee

Emotions were running as high as the central Arkansas thermometers when brothers Matt and

Steve Wright, OutdoorChannel.com

The trend is toward faster bows that shoot quietly and don't recoil in the hand. That is a tall order, but today's best will deliver.Lee and Tiffany Lakosky Cruise into Michigan
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Lee and Tiffany Lakosky Cruise into Michigan

The trend is toward faster bows that shoot quietly and don't recoil in the hand. That is a

On Friday, August 20, Louisiana Dept. of Wildife & Fisheries Commission ordered an immediate opening of all state inshore and offshore territorial waters to recreational angling, including charter boat angling.LDWF Reopens All State Waters To Recreational Angling
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LDWF Reopens All State Waters To Recreational Angling

On Friday, August 20, Louisiana Dept. of Wildife & Fisheries Commission ordered an immediate

Radiograph of immature bald eagle containing numerous lead shot in its digestive tract (Jacobson et al. 1977). (courtesy of Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association)Lead Shot and Sinkers: Weighty Implications for Fish and Wildlife Health
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Lead Shot and Sinkers: Weighty Implications for Fish and Wildlife Health

Radiograph of immature bald eagle containing numerous lead shot in its digestive tract

U.S. Geological Survey

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released 260 alligator snapping turtles into the waters of Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma, where the only viable population of alligator snappers is found at Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge.Largest Freshwater Turtle in North America Gets a New Home
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Largest Freshwater Turtle in North America Gets a New Home

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released 260 alligator snapping turtles into the waters

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services

Tampa Bay guide, Capt. Richard Seward, who regularly launches his 24-foot Carolina skiff by himself at busy ramps, breaks down the process into simple steps borne of his sage experience.Launching Alone
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Launching Alone

Tampa Bay guide, Capt. Richard Seward, who regularly launches his 24-foot Carolina skiff by

David A. Brown, OutdoorChannel.com

With milder weather, many areas in Canada saw waterfowl nests initiated earlier than usual.Late Spring Habitat Conditions For Waterfowl In Canada
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Late Spring Habitat Conditions For Waterfowl In Canada

With milder weather, many areas in Canada saw waterfowl nests initiated earlier than usual.

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Team Hard Way released its eighth sailfish with less than a half hour remaining in the Sailfish Open but had to bite their nails as another boat had the winning fish on the line.Last-Minute Sailfish Drama
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Last-Minute Sailfish Drama

Team Hard Way released its eighth sailfish with less than a half hour remaining in the

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You know the turkey is coming but suddenly a gobble thunders not 25 yards away, but the bird's now way off to your right. So what do you do?Knowing When To Save Day With Move
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Knowing When To Save Day With Move

You know the turkey is coming but suddenly a gobble thunders not 25 yards away, but the bird's

NWTF

In the past decade, the Kentucky muzzleloader deer harvest has averaged 16,272 deer a year. A high of 19,918 was taken during the 2004-05 season, and a low of 13,179 bagged last season.Kentucky's Early Muzzleloader Deer Season
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Kentucky's Early Muzzleloader Deer Season

In the past decade, the Kentucky muzzleloader deer harvest has averaged 16,272 deer a year. A

Art Lander, Kentucky Afield Outdoors

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department's May and July waterfowl surveys indicate hunters can expect a large fall flight similar to recent years. Opening day for North Dakota residents is Sept. 24 for ducks, coots, mergansers and geese.Large Duck Flight Expected in North Dakota
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Large Duck Flight Expected in North Dakota

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department's May and July waterfowl surveys indicate hunters

by North Dakota Game and Fish

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