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December 27, 2007


Lake Champlain fishing is slow – or maybe nonexistent now until safe ice, which generally comes sometime in late December or early January. First ice generally occurs up north in Kings and Kelly bays or in the Bulwagga Bay area of Port Henry further down the lake. Around the Adirondacks, however, some waters have buttoned

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State loses dedicated conservationist, Dan Trainer

Stevens Point, Wis. – Wisconsin lost a dedicated conservationist Dec. 8, when Dan Trainer Jr. passed away. The 81-year-old retired dean of the College of Natural Resources at UW-Stevens Point had helped to begin wildlife disease studies at UW-Madison, and then moved north in 1971 to establish the Natural Resources College at UW-Stevens Point. Christine

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Western New York

Lake Erie and tributaries: Tributaries are still holding many trout, with steelhead leading the way. Cattaraugus Creek was leading the way, but it may not be fishable following the snowstorm. Your best bet might be some of the small to midsized creeks like Silver, Canadaway, Chautauqua, Eighteen Mile, Cayuga and Buffalo. Dunkirk Harbor was still

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DNR to add more COs

Camp Ripley, Minn. – Earlier this year, the DNR had a nearly full complement of conservation officers. Retirements thinned the ranks, but officials say a plan to hire as many as 18 officers next year should mean an officer in nearly every station in the state. That’s a “tremendous benefit for the state,” according to

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