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Crossbow Hunting To Be Permitted In New York

Here's some good news if you like to hunt with a crossbow.

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Mark Kolbe, Getty Images
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2013 Continues Record Trend For Safe Hunting In New York

2013 was a safe year for New York hunters.

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DEC Warns To Be Extra Careful When Ice Fishing

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is reminding those who like to fish frozen lakes to enjoy the sport responsibly.

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Mark Kolbe, Getty Images
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DEC Sporting License Blackout

The State Department of Environmental Conservation is announcing a two week licensing blackout period.

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Kristine Bellino, WIBX
Kristine Bellino, WIBX
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Man Found Floating In Water Near Marcy Dam Has Been Identified

A man found floating in the water near the Marcy Dam is being identified as 36-year old Kevin Benham of Saranac Lake.

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Hunting Rules Changed In NY To Kill More Geese

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — State wildlife managers are making changes to the September Canada goose hunting season around New York to trim a goose population that continues to be too high in many areas.

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David Cannon, Getty Images
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2013-14 Sports Licenses Now Available

2013-14 Hunting, fishing and trapping licenses, along with Deer Management Permits, are now available.

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DEC Commissioner surveys damage to a Clinton resident's back yard
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DEC Commissioner Visits Oneida County

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens visited Oneida County flood spots today to survey damage and determine if any measures can be taken to prevent future flooding hot spots.

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June 29-30 Are Free Fishing Days in New York State

New York residents and visitors can fish without a fishing license the weekend of June 29th and 30th at any of the state's lakes, ponds, rivers or streams.

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DEC: Don’t Touch Young Wild Animals

"If you care, leave it there."

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