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Tighter restrictions pass for Erie netters

From StaffWire Reports Columbus – As was expected, a vote on new legislation to regulate Ohio’s commercial fishing industry came down to the final day of the legislative session for state lawmakers. But unlike a previous bill that proposed a buyout of Lake Erie’s commercial fishing industry but stalled on the table last fall, the

Continental duck numbers ‘pretty rosy’

By Joe AlbertAssociate Editor Washington – As populations of mallards go, Minnesota has one thing in common with the rest of the nation and Canada: Their numbers are higher than last year. That’s about the extent of it. While breeding populations of other ducks fell in the state – and, thus, the total number of

Zebra mussels found in a Tioga lake

First time invasive species found in Susquehanna trib Harrisburg – Officials from the state Department of Environ-mental Protection, Fish & Boat Commission and Pennsylvania Sea Grant in early July confirmed the discovery of zebra mussels in Cowanesque Lake, Tioga County. This marks the first time zebra mussels have been discovered in a Pennsylvania waterway in

Minnesota hosts national CO rendezvous this week

By Mike KallokStaff Writer St. Paul – Coinciding with its 120th anniversary of natural resource law enforcement, Minnesota played host this week to the annual North American Wildlife Enforcement Officer Association conference. All licensed conservation officers in the state of Minnesota are members of the NAWEOA, according to Rich Sprouse, DNR information officer. The event,

Unhappy with hogs? Don’t blame the PGC

By Jeff Mulhollem Editor Harrisburg – The Pennsyl-vania Game Commission recently created a new regulation making it illegal to release any non-indigenous wildlife – including wild hogs – into the wild in Pennsyl-vania. But that has been about all the involvement the agency has had in the situation surrounding the burgeoning population of feral pigs

Shippers are the target of latest Great Lakes lawsuit

By Yvonne Swager Contributing Writer Ann Arbor, Mich. – The possibility of conservation groups bringing a lawsuit against shipping companies is the latest in legal maneuvering regarding ballast water release in the Great Lakes. Several shipping companies were served notice of the intent to file suit by the National Wildlife Federation and its conservation partners,

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