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October 27, 2005

Fall walleye bite starting to turn on despite low waters

NORTHWEST REGION Erie — Steelhead fishing has finally kicked in, with a decent run reported in late September. Runoff determines how good the fishing is. Conditions can change quickly. The perch bite finally picked up in late September but has been disappointing compared to recent years. For more, call Poor Richard’s at (814) 474-5623. Lake

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Urban deer control may call for baiting

By Jeff Mulhollem Editor Harrisburg — As Pennsylvania Game Commission officials grapple with how to control deer numbers in urban areas with hunting, they are considering heretofore-unheard-of measures for Pennsylvania. Perhaps the most significant tool under consideration for allowing hunters to kill enough whitetails to solve suburban deer-nuisance problems is baiting – the mention of

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Invasive crayfish threatening to infest Little Juniata River

By Mark Nale Northcentral correspondent Alexandria, Pa. — On a recent trip to the Juniata River near Petersburg, Huntingdon County, Bill Anderson discovered a large number of unusual-looking crayfish inhabiting the river. The crayfish, thousands of them, were concentrated just below the hydroelectric dam at Warrior Ridge, south of Petersburg. Anderson, president of the Little

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