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-Minnesota: Land owner wins dead bear lawsuit

-Ohio: Church rejects PETA offer for vegan Jesus statue

-Ohio: Apply for controlled deer and waterfowl hunts

-Missouri: Don’t overlook ponds for big bass

-South Dakota: Black Hills trout population recovering from drought
-North Dakota: Stricken by the bowfishing bug

WEST

-Montana: Mandatory boat check station established

-Montana: FWP fishing sites closed

-Colorado: Preserving the fishing industry

-Idaho: Hunters speak up on proposed point system

-California: Elk come back strong in state

-Oregon: With numbers up, sockeye season may hit Columbia

SOUTH

-Tennessee: Gone fishing on scholarship, hoping to go pro

-Alabama: Big “G” fishing surprisingly small

-Florida: Man charged after trying to swim with gators

-Florida: Alligator attacks man diving at amusement park

-Kentucky: College fishing tourney to begin on Kentucky Lake

-Texas: Duck hunting could return to Lake Winters

-Louisiana: Some marsh reopens for fishing

EAST

-Maryland: Pristine Saxis Marsh and untapped playground

-New York: State may repeal saltwater fishing license

-Massachusetts: Scientists say Mass. won’t see spill effect

-Pennsylvania: Time to get your Bass in gear

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