All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘hunting’

Eva Shockey Maligned on Social Media for Bear Photos

Eva Shockey, Canadian co-host of Outdoor Channel series Jim Shockey’s Uncharted, has come under fire after appearing in pictures with a 510-pound black bear her father shot, during a hunting exhibition in North Carolina on November 14. Shockey, 26, the first woman to appear on the cover of Field & Stream magazine in three decades, has received death threats from …

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Duck Dynasty’s Jep Robertson Almost Dies

Duck Dynasty star Jep Robertson suffered a seizure while hunting last week and almost died … well at least that’s what Jep says. “Well, I about died this past Sunday…I’m doing much better now. Thanks for all the prayers! #seizuresuck #gladtobealive,” Jep, the youngest son of the family patriarch Phil Robertson and his wife Kay Robertson, tweeted on Saturday, October …

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Albino Buck: 11-Year-Old Kills Rare Deer

How often is it that an 11-year-old hunter kills a 12-point albino buck, or a 12-point buck at all for that matter? Not often. However, that is exactly what one Oceola Township, Michigan boy did while was hunting with his father earlier this month. Gavin Dingman and his father Mick Dingman were on a hunting trip when Gavin shot and …

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500-Pound Wild Boar is Killed by North Carolina Hunter

North Carolina hunter Jett Webb’s freezer is sure to be overflowing with pork after killing a 500-pound wild boar last month. The hunter reportedly killed the 8-foot long animal in Bertie County on land leased by the White Oak Ranch Hunting Club. The hunter says that the boar had been spotted by other hunters, and now he is the envy …

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North Carolinian Hunter Kills 500lb Hog

Every now and then our inner child jumps around like a relapsing drug addict on planet cocaine when the news showcases a wild beast like Big Foot or the Mothman that ‘proves’ to us that monsters DO exist and reality is truly stranger than fiction. Unfortunately, a lot of the times, we grow up, we learn then that news is …

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Richard Cabela, Co-Founder of Cabela’s, Dies at 77

On Monday, the hunting and outdoor sports worlds lost one of its leading supporters when Richard Cabela, the co-founder of outdoor gear retailer Cabela’s, died at his home in Sidney, Nebraska at age 77. In 1961, Richard, better known as Dick, along with his wife, Mary, and his brother, Jim, unintentionally started one of the most successful American businesses to …

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Comedian Jay Leggett Dies After Day of Hunting

Actor, comedian, and writer Jay Leggett has died. Leggett, who lived(image) in Los Angeles, but was visiting his native Tomahawk, Wisconsin, collapsed and died Saturday after a day of hunting, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department has reported. He was 50. Emergency crews were called to a cabin in Tomahawk shortly after 4 p.m., arriving to find family members performing CPR …

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Woman Kills a Lion and Posts a Photo to Facebook

Melissa Bachman, a TV presenter based out of Minnesota, found herself facing a great deal of backlash after posting a photo of one of her most recent hunts to Facebook. Bachman enjoys hunting large game and posted a photo of herself with a lion she had just shot and killed in South Africa (above). Now, not only is she catching …

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Colorado Considers Ban on Hunting Drones

As communities across the country weigh in on how to handle new drone technology used for hunting, Colorado is considering a ban on the use of unmanned aircraft to help sportsmen seek out game. Federal law has banned hunting from the air for over 4 decades now, according to Randy Hampton, spokesman for Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Hampton pointed out …

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Small Town To Consider Hunting Season On Drones

KJRH reports that the small town of Deer Trail, Colorado, will be considering an possible ordinance that would allow hunters in the area to shoot down drones. The town council will be voting on the ordinance that would also provide for a bounty when a local licensed hunter shows pieces of a drone he has shot. Deer Trail resident, Phillip …

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Guy Amazingly Catches Flying Bird In Midair

You don’t see people catching flying birds in midair everyday. FB-Rambo uploaded this video of a hunter that does just that to LiveLeak on Monday, and it has quickly become one of the top videos currently on reddit.

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Humans Wiped Out Tiger, Not Disease, Shows Study

A new study from the University of Adelaide has shown that humans, not diseases, were responsible for the extinction of the Tasmanian tiger. The Tasmanian tiger, also known as thylacine, was a marsupial carnivore found in Tasmania until the species went extinct in the 1930s. According to researchers, the Tasmanian government encouraged the hunting of the animals from 1886 until …

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