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  • April 3, 2014

    Texas Man Claims to Have Caught a Live Chupacabra-5

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    There have been plenty of chupacabra claims in the last few years, but now a couple from Texas thinks they've caught a live one.

    Jackie Stock said her husband captured the animal on their property in Ratcliffe, Texas on Sunday.

    "He called me to come and look, and I said 'Bubba that looks like a baby chupacabra,'" Stock told crossroadstoday.com.

    Arlen Parma, a Ratcliffe resident and long-time raccoon hunter is convinced the critter is not a mangy raccoon because of its unique growl.

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  • April 2, 2014

    Video: Kids vs. Jumping Carp-2

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    Behind the laughter, giddiness, and child-like enjoyment exhibited in this video lies a lesson in just how bad the Asian carp invasion of U.S. waters has gotten.

    The video was filmed during a river outing near Victoria, Ill. The carp are launching themselves out of the water in response to motor noise, a defensive strategy they are known for. Although amusing to those in the video, the action can be extremely dangerous — many human and fish interactions have resulted in bruises, broken bones, and concussions on the part of the boat occupants.

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  • April 2, 2014

    Hawaii Spearfisherman Shoots Record Marlin-0

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    Wendell Ko landed a 506-pound blue marlin the hard way: with a speargun.

    The avid spearfisherman was hunting two miles off the Kona Coast on Hawaii's Big Island on November 20 when he spotted the monster fish cruising the depths. Ko told KITV, "It's the first time I've ever seen anything that big in the water, a marlin in particular. It was hard to miss."

    The 53-year-old nailed the 12-foot long fish with a single shot then finished it off with a few more shots. The event was captured on video by Ko’s friend and producer of the TV series "Hawaii Skin Diver" Kyle Nakamoto.

    "I call it [Ko’s shot] the money shot," Nakamoto said to KITV. "I mean, it's so hard and you need to be at the right place at the right time."

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  • April 1, 2014

    The Yeti Casket?-2

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    Yeti announced its latest – and most expensive – product today: the Yeti casket.

    The Texas based company, known for revolutionizing the cooler industry with Roto-molding technology, states on its website that the new Yeti casket will “last an eternity” and that “It doesn’t just close, it seals, protecting your loved one from the elements.”

     

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  • April 1, 2014

    Video: Lion Pride vs. Herd of Buffalo-0

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    There are plenty of lion vs. cape buffalo videos out there, but this is one of the most dramatic. It's impressive to see how the lions are able to drive back a big herd of buffalo, but soon they are over run.

    One lion ends up cornered on the top of a small knoll, and is barely able to escape.

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  • March 28, 2014

    Trap Shooting Beecomes Minnesota's Fastest Growing High School Sport-2

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    Just 30 student athletes from three Minnesota high school teams participated in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League in 2008. Six years later MSHSCTL has exploded into Minnesota’s fastest-growing high school sport.

    This spring, the league will host 6,100 athletes from 185 high schools for its 2014 spring season, MSHSCTL announced in a press release Thursday. Starting in April, student athletes will work with 1,800 volunteer coaches to compete in trap shooting competitions at 106 shooting ranges throughout Minnesota.

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  • March 28, 2014

    Angler Catches Freak Fish off Florida Beach-0

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    A Florida angler that caught an odd-looking fish he couldn’t identify is lucky he wasn’t poisoned or shocked by his catch.

    Steve Harrison landed the freak fish while surf-fishing Grayton Beach State Park in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.  Unsure of what the creature was, the LSU AgCenter professor posted a picture of the fish on LouisianaSportsman.com asking if anyone could identify it. The thousands of replies varied from the humorous (it’s a mother-in-law fish) to serious guesses. The first person to correctly identify the species however was Capt. Tommy Pellegrin, with Custom Charters in Houma. He said the fish was a stargazer. This was verified by Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Finfish Program manager Jason Adriance. He wrote, “It’s definitely a stargazer. They’re a couple of varieties it could be, but being it was in Florida, it’s tough to tell.”

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  • March 27, 2014

    Otter Fishing Tradition Faces Extinction in Bangladesh -0

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    It’s a conversation I’d love to see happen: A discussion of fishing techniques between a Florida bass angler and net fisherman from Narail, Bangladesh.

    The Floridian boasts of using the latest soft lure, in response the fisher from Narail describes how he directs his trained otters to drive fish into his net.

    Yep. The fisherman from Narail utilizes trained otters to drive fish from the shallows and underwater vegetation into his net.

    Unfortunately, the above comparison of fishing techniques will never come to fruition.  And not just because I can’t afford to go to Bangladesh.  It won’t happen because the centuries-old Narail method is almost a thing of the past, due in part to depleting fish stock, human encroachment, and pollution.  

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  • March 26, 2014

    Alaska to Ban Drone Assisted Hunting-3

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    Alaska has become the latest entity to ban drone assisted hunting.

    The Alaska Board of Game reached the decision at its March 14-18 meeting in Anchorage.

    This decision likely began taking shape in February when troopers brought up an incident where a hunter utilized a drone to spot then kill a moose in late 2012. Not much more is known of that instance. Alaska Wildlife Troopers Capt. Bernard Chastain said the hunt was reported by state Department of Fish and Game staff, and troopers did not follow up because what the hunter did was legal at the time.

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  • March 26, 2014

    Video: Long-Range Pigeon Shoot in High Wind-2

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    If you haven't seen this guy's YouTube channel yet, you should definitely check it out. Ted's HoldOver features some of the most extreme pigeon shooting footage on the web.

    A few points: 1) Ted either eats the pigeons or feeds them to his cats; 2) Most of his shoots are done for extermination purposes at a farmer's request; 3) Almost all of his footage features clean kills.

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