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Montana Authorities Find and Kill Grizzly Bear Involved in Fatal Attack
Officials used night vision technology to shoot the bear they believe killed Leah Davis Lokan last week.
“We Need to Eliminate Deer Farms Entirely.” Minnesota Hunter’s Group Aims to Shut Down Captive Deer Industry
Fed up with captive deer farms spreading CWD, the Minnesota Deer Hunter's Association wants to shut down the state's 259 facilities, for good—with national implications.
F&S Interview: Meet the New Sportsman’s Group That’s Fighting to Overturn Arizona’s Trail Cam Ban
A Q&A with founding members of the Arizona Sportsman's Trail Cam Defense Fund, which is raising money to wage a legal battle against the controversial new rule
Bear Climbs Power Pole, Avoids Getting Shocked
Lineman successfully coaxes a young bruin down from a utility pole in Arizona
Drought Forces Closure on One of America’s Greatest Trout Fisheries
State officials have implemented a voluntary fishing closure on 120 miles of the Colorado River due to low flows and high temps
Study Says Brown Trout Can Get Hooked on Crystal Meth
Researchers are concerned that drugs polluting the waterways could put trout in danger
Grizzly Bear Mauls and Kills Montana Camper
Last week's tragic grizzly encounter is the state’s second fatal bear attack this year
Giant 9-Pound Koi Fish Catch Prompts Warnings in Missouri
Missouri Department of Conservation says dumping pet fish puts the ecosystem at risk
Saskatchewan Man Busted for Illegally Killing 12 Whitetails
The 67-year-old was angered by deer overbrowsing
F&S Interview: Why the Arizona Game Commissioner Thinks Banning Trail Cameras is OK
Earlier this month, the Arizona Game and Fish Commission voted to approve the country's first statewide, year-round ban on trail cameras. We asked them, why?