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Idaho sees major hunting changes

Category:Outdoor and Recreation

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission recently announced that it is adopting some major changes to hunting for the 2013 season. According to officials, new changes have been proposed and will affect the seasons for deer, elk, pronghorn, black bear, mountain lion and gray wolf.

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Iowa hunting safety continues to improve

Category:Outdoor and Recreation

Hunter safety in Iowa has been top notch as, with the exception of a few minor incidents, hunters continued to improve on safety. The 2012 hunter safety incident report showed that there were no firearm-related deaths, only 13 injuries and six cases of property damage in 2012.

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Bear hunting changes proposed in West Virginia

Category:Outdoor and Recreation

Recent changes by the Division of Natural Resources are looking to expand black bear hunting season to more than a dozen counties. The changes, if they are approved, would also allow bears to be hunted with firearms during the 12-day fire arm buck deer hunting season, in addition to the regular four week season.

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West Coast fishing numbers improve from years past

Category:Outdoor and Recreation

According to a recent report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, California is seeing an uptick in commercial fishing numbers after they were declared an economic disaster in 2000. The increases appear to be primarily due to groundfish fisherman numbers.

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Bow season a success in Albany

Category:Outdoor and Recreation

The 2012-2013 bow hunting season ended for the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany hunters and it has been deemed a success. The Albany, New York, season began on September 18, 2012 and went until January 15.

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