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Lord Byron comes to mind…

Jersey City, NJ. Man wanted for murder ambushes and murders officer. His wife responds with ""He should’ve taken more [officers] with him," and ""Sorry for the officer’s family. That’s, you know, whatever." They even built a memorial for the killer,…

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California’s latest

Video here. California already had, if I recall correctly, handgun registration (in effect), State as well as Federal background checks, a 15-day waiting period, one gun a month rationing, no carry (open or concealed) without a "may issue" permit, and…

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Florida Paddleboarder Lands 120- to 150-pound Tarpon

Anyone whose been near saltwater in the past couple of years know that standup paddleboards “SUPs” are spiking in popularity. Along with recreational paddleboarders, fishermen are now taking advantage of the mobility and access SUPs allow. Nick Hallor…

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Florida Paddleboarder Lands 120- to 150-pound Tarpon

Anyone whose been near saltwater in the past couple of years know that standup paddleboards “SUPs” are spiking in popularity. Along with recreational paddleboarders, fishermen are now taking advantage of the mobility and access SUPs allow. Nick Hallor…

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New State-Record Mahi Mahi Caught in Delaware

A 56.9-pound mahi mahi caught this month has set a new Delaware state record, according to the Delaware DNREC.
William “Butch” Emmert of Rehoboth Beach hooked the fish while trolling an artificial ballyhoo rig and blue and white Ilander in about 360 f…

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Massachusetts’ latest

I don’t know what to file this under — an example of where the other side wants to go, or an example of how newspaper stories are written by cut and paste of slogans that have been used and re-used…

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Study: Elk May Eventually Adapt to Better Handle CWD

For the past five decades chronic wasting disease (CWD) has spread like a cancer through the nation’s cervid population. Without any form of effective vaccine or cure, the disease poses a serious problem for the country’s elk, moose, and deer. Accordin…

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Video: "Shark" Sighting in Lake Ontario Revealed as Shark Week Hoax

Strange things were afoot…errr, a fin…in Lake Ontario.
A video posted to You Tube last week, allegedly shot on Wolfe Island, where the St. Lawrence River meets Lake Ontario, shows three anglers responding to a mystery fish breaching near…

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Video: Pennsylvania Game Commission Fits Elk with Camera Collar

The Pennsylvania Game Commission has collared a cow elk with a video camera, hoping the elk-eye view will provide insight into the cervid’s habitat preferences and cow-to-calf interactions.
While tracking animals for research is nothing new, this vide…

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Conservationists Urge Action as Mule Deer Dwindle in Colorado

In 2013, Colorado wildlife officials determined the state’s mule deer had hit a record low. At only 384,000 animals, the Centinnel State’s muley population is 200,000 short of the official target number and 36 percent less from almost a decade ago when…

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Amicus brief in ACLU challenge to gov’t data harvesting

Here’s an interesting article on its brief, filed by John Frazer of Virginia. "Our brief in the ACLU matter argued that the government’s broad interpretation of its authority to collect information from private entities could effectively override legislative protections for…

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NJ law: young mother facing 3 years’ hard time

Shaneen Allen, a 27 year old mother of two, carried a pistol and a PA permit in her car — but she wound up being stopped in NJ. Now she’s looking at three years mandatory, no probation or parole….

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Case on restoration of rights

US v. Indelicato, 97 F.3d 627 (1st Cr. 1996). The Gun Control Act technically doesn’t forbid felons to possess guns; it forbids those convicted of a crime punishable by more than a year’s imprisonment, or of one expressly denominated a…

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Wisconsin Court Ruling Allows Hunters to Train Dogs for Wolves

Last Wednesday, a state appeals court ruled that Wisconsin hunters can once again train dogs to track and hunt wolves. The decision comes after another court ruling last year allowed the use of hounds in tracking wolves, but forbade training dogs speci…

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Another "only I am professional enough to use this gun" moment

Officer shoots at dog, instead hits boy….

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Wyoming Study Points to Brighter Future for CWD Elk

A new decade long study suggests that chronic wasting disease (CWD) in elk may not be as bad as originally thought.
The University of Wyoming and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department study found that genes are the biggest factor in an elk’s susc…

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Wyoming Study Points to Brighter Future for CWD Elk

A new decade long study suggests that chronic wasting disease (CWD) in elk may not be as bad as originally thought.
The University of Wyoming and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department study found that genes are the biggest factor in an elk’s susc…

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Wyoming Study Points to Brighter Future for CWD Elk

A new decade long study suggests that chronic wasting disease (CWD) in elk may not be as bad as originally thought.
The University of Wyoming and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department study found that genes are the biggest factor in an elk’s susc…

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Wyoming CWD Study Offers Encouraging News for Elk

A new decade-long study recently released by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and the University of Wyoming suggests chronic wasting disease in elk may not be as bad as originally thought.

Researches found that genes have impact an elk’s su…

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Wyoming Study Points to Brighter Future for CWD Elk

A new decade long study suggests that chronic wasting disease (CWD) in elk may not be as bad as originally thought.
The University of Wyoming and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department study found that genes are the biggest factor in an elk’s susc…

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How to Balance Your Hunting Bow

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Sure, it’d be great to achieve target-bow balance with your hunting bow — dead center left to right and tipping forward to about 45 degrees — but that’s not practical, or necessary, for most hunting scenarios. 

Here’s Larry Wise’s solution… 

He offsets his stabilizer to the left to act as a counter-weight to his arrows and quiver. He gets a fairly well-balanced bow without having to hunt with a long, awkward stabilizer. However you decide to balance your bow, make sure to tune it and practice with it that way before the season starts.

Larry Wise has competed and coached archery at the professional level for decades. He’s a retired high-school math teacher and a bowhunting fanatic. 

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Rolling Stone on how to defeat the NRA

It’s good for some amusement. The only good points are ones that have been used for decades… never let a good crisis, or victim, go to waste, and exploit them quickly. The rest shows a profound misunderstanding of the gun…

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Montana Closes Sage Grouse Hunting in Most Areas

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWP) announced on Thursday that it will be closing sage grouse hunting in all or part of the 32 counties that currently allow it. Hunters will still be able to harvest the birds in a limited capacity in 20 coun…

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Video: Utah Officials Restock Remote Lakes by Plane

It’s raining fish in Utah. In order to restock lakes inaccessible by truck or car, wildlife officials replenish fish populations by dumping them from low-flying aircraft.
This may not be news to some, but Kamas State Fish Hatchery supervisor Ted…

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Micro Manager: What’s Worked, What Hasn’t

After nearly four months of work on Noah’s Farm, I figured it’s time for a little update on how the work is coming along, and unveil a few of the results of the work that’s been completed.
First, a bit of a recap.
Late last summer, I bought 17 acres o…

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Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act Shut Down in Senate

The Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2014 was defeated in the Senate last Thursday after it failed to garner the necessary 60 votes that would have allowed it to proceed. The bill, which had been voted through a procedural motion just days earlier by a 82…

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Remington 700 trigger suit settled, recall likely

Captain’s Journal has the story….

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NSA historical note

From Dick Morris’ book Power Plays: "In the spring of 1967 [presidential candidate] Nixon asked her [Anna Chennault, widow of General Chennault] to be his advisor on Southeast Asian affairs. As Herbert Parmet writes, ‘cables intercepted by the National Security…

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L’Oréal Parts with Aspiring Model after Hunting Photo Emerges

Axelle Despiegelaere, 17, got a taste of international fame after photographs of her at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil went viral. Cheering on the Belgian national team in her native country’s colors and a horned hat during a soccer match against Ru…

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Whitetails: Where Are All The Fawns

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Following last winter’s historically significant weather conditions, it’s only natural that hunters in the Upper Midwest and Northeast begin searching for some sign of their deer herd’s health. Right around now, t…

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