Disgraced Hunter, Guide Sentenced For Wildlife Crimes

Jan. 21, 2009 — A once-prominent big game hunter and guide whose name and image appeared regularly
in national hunting publications and advertisements for hunting rifles in the
1970s and 80s will never again hunt, fish, or be allowed to own a firearm. This
week, you’ll also read about Kentucky’s first bear hunt in a century, and a
successful urban deer bowhunt in Wisconsin.

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Game Law Violators Incriminate Themselves

Jan. 14, 2009 — We’ve often featured stories about the less-than-Einstien-like qualities of
folks who break hunting laws, and this week you’ll read how a photo taken by a
poacher and sent to an honest hunter’s cellphone helped lead to the arrest and
conviction of 10 bad guys. We also bring you the story about a rash of antler
thefts in Illinois, and more!

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Basketball Team Takes Home Trophy Buck

Jan. 13, 2010 — A southeastern Minnesota boys
high school basketball team recently scored two trophies in one night. The
first was for winning a holiday basketball tournament, and the second was a
10-point whitetail their bus dispatched on the drive home! You’ll also read
about how a hunter’s trailcam fingered two treestand
thieves, and much more!

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B & C Confirms New World Record Elk

Jan. 7, 2009 — Most U.S. hunters and anglers say they are more likely to buy products from
companies that support wildlife and fisheries conservation efforts, according
to a recent online survey conducted by the country’s leading company
specializing in tracking outdoor industry trends. You’ll also read about how a
popular dessert may be used to control an invasive species, and about the new
Boone and Crockett World Record bull elk!

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Pistol-Packin’ Barista

Jan. 6, 2010 — If you’ve been reading The News Hound in recent weeks, you’ve seen several references
to the growing popularity of firearms ownership among women, both for hunting
and for personal protection. This week, we tell you about a new female gun owner
who’s an exceptionally quick study, and much more!

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Web Photo Leads Authorities To Teen Poacher

Dec. 31, 2008 — Here’s an important lesson for youngsters who use those Internet
social-networking sites like My Space: be careful what you say or post
online — especially if you’ve broken game laws! Also this week, we bring you
reports on declines in deer donations in Wisconsin, and much more!

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Election Sparks Spike In Firearms Background Checks

Dec. 24, 2008 — Background checks on the sale of firearms reached record levels during the
month of November, resulting in a historic spike in sales following the general
election. Also read this week about legendary bluesman Eric Clapton’s love of
shooting and hunting, as well as the plans for the first Tennessee elk hunt in
150 years!

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Over-Eager Activists Implicate Bad Beavers

Dec. 17, 2008 — We don’t often bring Outdoor News Hound readers stories from other continents,
but we have one this week that’s just too good to ignore. It’s a combination
Polish joke and a story about the naive actions of some green, tree-hugging
activists. This week, you’ll also read about a bass that coughed up a long-lost
class ring, a buck that made a surprise visit to some third-graders, and more!

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Cracking Case Takes Guts

Dec. 10, 2008 — It was an elaborate scheme to cover up an illegal deer kill, but all a New
Hampshire Fish & Game conservation officer had to do to crack the case was
show some guts. Well, a gut-pile, actually. You’ll also read about a bear
attack that was just the result bad timing, and much more!

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