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Missouri man catches state-record river redhorse fish

JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KTVI) – A Jefferson City man has set a new state record and may have broken a world record after hauling in a river redhorse on Tavern Creek nearly two weeks ago, the Missouri Department of Conservation said. 121 more words

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That's A Record-Setting Fish

HILLSBORO, Mo. (KMOX) – A Hillsboro, Missouri man is the latest angler to catch a record-setting fish in the state.

The Missouri Department of Conservation reports Travis Cardona brought in a 74-pound black buffalo on March 13th, while nighttime bow fishing in a Duck Creek lake. 72 more words

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Feral Hog Population Rising in Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMOX) – They’re destructive and carry diseases that are dangerous to wildlife and humans, and they’re moving closer to the St. Louis area. 325 more words

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The Smoke Smell is Back

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Many district residents reported smelling a strong odor of smoke Thursday morning, according to the Metro West Fire Protection District.

The Missouri Department of Conservation has advised that the smell is stemming from smoke from natural cover and brush fires in Kansas and southern Missouri, which is being pushed through our area by a cold front. 88 more words

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Missouri Department of Conservation Proposes a Ban on Hog Hunting

If you are planning a hunting trip to kill hogs in the Mark Twain National Forest you had better be doing it sooner rather than later. 366 more words

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GONE WITH GERTIE: A warm day in winter

A warm day in winter

Like many dogs, Gertie can never get enough of getting outside and walking aimlessly on a forested trail or around a lake. 1,004 more words

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State deer kill numbers up as fight continues against disease

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) Missouri hunters are killing more deer after restrictions were lifted in some areas to prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease.

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