Coyotes attack in New England, rains refresh reservoirs and streams in Montana, BP comes closer to capping the oil spill and much more.
-Wisconsin: Preserving a trout 'mecca'
-Illinois: Gov. signs hunting and fishing bill for veterans
-Illinois: Waiting on Illinois record
-North Dakota: Hunter access highlights federal 'Open Fields' program
-Ohio: State will start online license tests this fall
-Michigan: Officials don't expect oil spill to change Michigan duck hunt
-Indiana: Turkey hunters set record kill
-Washington: Cancer stricken man gets first taste of fishing
-Washington: Surf perch offer excellent fishing
-Arizona: Black bears wandering into more neighborhoods
-Montana: Rains refresh reservoirs
-North Carolina: Rare wolf species faces growing threat
-Kentucky: Coyote toll hasn't hurt local deer heard
-Louisiana: New cap on oil well is "very close"
-Tennessee: Biffle wins PAA Bass Pro shops tournament series
-Texas: Fish, but don't eat on long stretch of Trinity River
-Florida: Dolphin scarce en route to top prize
-New York: Common factor in coyote attacks: lack of hunting
-New Hampshire: Heat wave turns up bass action
-Pennsylvania: Local anglers have hand in tournament victory
-Pennsylvania: State deer management is unfair
-Maine: In hard times many seek new way to conserve fish, wildlife