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States Gauge Public Tolerance Before Expanding Bear Hunts

States Gauge Public Tolerance Before Expanding Bear Hunts

by / on January 24, 2012

Wildlife officials don’t usually base hunting policies on how the public feels about an animal. But they are with the black bear.

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Multi State Push to Give Ultimate Protection to Hunting includes Tennessee

Multi State Push to Give Ultimate Protection to Hunting includes Tennessee

by / on October 25, 2010

It’s not just deer season this that has hunters excited this fall. This Election season sportsmen are being drawn to the polls by one of the quietest campaigns this year.

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Tennessee Starts Aerial Hunting of Feral Hogs

by / on March 17, 2010

Tennessee is stepping up efforts to control feral hogs – wild pigs that eat crops, sometimes carry disease, and are prolific breeders.

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Hunting and Fishing Amendment Passes Senate

by / on January 28, 2010

Voters in the November general election may find a proposed state constitutional amendment on the ballot. Dickson Senator Doug Jackson wants the voters to say that hunting and fishing is a constitutional right.

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