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Three magnificent elk met horrible end at the hands of callous poachers in Campbell County, Wyoming, horrific case of animal cruelty that infuriated licensed elk hunters. The plains elk population, which is prized for its distinctiveness and excellent hunting, came under severe attack, shocking and deeply upsetting the local hunting community.
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Conversations among professionals in the field of hunting dogs have been prompted by the recent events involving Governor Kristi Noem's dog, Cricket. This has brought attention to the importance of appropriate training and responsible pet ownership. Dan Griffith, local dog trainer, expressed his profound sorrow upon discovering Cricket's predicament and emphasized the value of maturity and patience in the training of hunting dogs.
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Outdoor enthusiasts are giddy with anticipation as the spring turkey hunting season in Massachusetts beginsready for an exciting hunting expedition. Beginning on Monday, hunters from all over the state will be heading into the woods to hunt the elusive birds.
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Make sure to save the date of June 24, 2024! Antlerless hunting licenses for WMUs 1B, 2G, and 3A will become available on a first-come, first-served basis until they are all taken.
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A tourist from Oklahoma is currently in a dire situation while enjoying a vacation in Turks and Caicos. Ryan Watson, the individual in question, has been apprehended and is now behind bars after customs officials found forgotten ammunition in his luggage. The possession of firearms, ammunition, and other weapons is strictly prohibited in this British Overseas Territory. As a result, Watson could potentially face a maximum prison sentence of 12 years. NBC News has reported on this unfortunate incident, shedding light on the severe consequences that Watson now faces.
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