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18086
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Katie Wilson has hunted in Stanly County and the surrounding area for most of her life. She shot her first rabbit at age 10. She later expanded to quail, squirrels and wild turkeys. When she wasn't hunting, she was fishing. She got a late start on deer hunting, beginning at 80, but now, at age 97, she can count 43 deer she has taken. However, when she reached age 90, she stopped hunting in an elevated stand.
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18051
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This article seeks to answer the question of why are northern seals seeking out the waters of the state's coast. A decade ago there were no seal sightings. Now over sixty a year are seen along the Outer Banks. Most are primarily first- and second-year pups.
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18050
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Rick Neisler, president of Oakland Plantation Turf Farm, owns a 9,000-acre private hunting preserve in Bladen County. Rankin describes bear hunting there.
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