Outdoors: Hunting ain’t like it used to be… Thank goodness! – Wisconsin State Journal

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Outdoors: Hunting ain't like it used to be… Thank goodness!
Wisconsin State Journal
Outdoors: Hunting ain't like it used to be… Thank goodness! Print Email. 2012-11-18T23:32:00Z Outdoors: Hunting ain't like it used to be… Thank goodness!RICK OLIVO | The Daily Press (Ashland, Wis.) madison.com. 1 hour ago • RICK OLIVO | The Daily ...
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Outdoors: Still more Frequently Asked Questions for deer hunting – 77Square.com

Outdoors: Still more Frequently Asked Questions for deer hunting
77Square.com
During the Nov. 17 to 25 gun deer hunting season in Wisconsin, the Warden Wire -- a news service of the Department of Natural Resources' Bureau of Law Enforcement -- is carrying Frequently Asked Questions dealing specifically with this deer hunt season.

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Getting Outdoors: Catch-and-release season – Bolivar Herald Free Press

Getting Outdoors: Catch-and-release season
Bolivar Herald Free Press
Much of the outdoor focus now is on firearms deer hunting, as it well should be. After all, the November portion of the firearms deer season is the state's most popular hunting event. However, in the midst of all the whitetail frenzy, don't forget ...
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NY let guide keep license amid charges, complaints – San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle
NY let guide keep license amid charges, complaints
San Francisco Chronicle
That focus, say critics, allows companies to continue operating even when their guides have endangered any of the thousands of outdoors-lovers who engage their services. In addition, New York rarely revokes the licenses of guides. In one deadly case ...

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