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October 23, 2008

Big bears killed in U.P.

Marquette, Mich. – A pair of monster black bears with skulls that should qualify for entry in national big-game records maintained by the Boone and Crockett Club were bagged in Menominee County on the evening of Oct. 3. One of the trophy bruins was downed by 13-year-old Bradley Hall, of Wilson, during his first bear …

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Northeast Region

The 2008 fall trout stockings in northeast Ohio began in early October. The trout stocking program targets small inland waters, including state and community park lakes, as well as other easy-access lakes throughout the state. A bag limit of five trout per person per day and anglers 16 and older must posses an Ohio fishing

Ethanol byproduct proves not to be so eco-friendly

Columbus – As more ethanol producing plants pop up on Ohio’s landscape, so too is one particular byproduct that has already made an impact on the state’s wildlife. DNR Division of Wildlife law enforcement authorities have investigated at least two stream pollution events this fall that they believe were the result of runoff containing an

Trout troubles

PF&BC will be short fish in ’09 Harrisburg – Fish & Boat Commissioners knew the agency was going to be short some trout next year, thanks to construction-induced cutbacks in production at their Reynoldsdale hatchery. Recently, they found out they’ll be missing even more fish than they thought. At the agency’s October meeting, staff in

Outdoors broadcaster Tony Dean dies

Pierre, S.D. (AP)_ Tony Dean, a nationally known outdoor enthusiast who promoted South Dakota with his radio and television shows, has died. Dean died Sunday morning. He was 67. Dean, whose real name was Anthony DeChandt, returned to his Pierre home last week after being hospitalized for complications from having his appendix removed. He was

Wisconsin, Michigan border run a great fall idea

Dean Bortz Wisconsin Editor When it comes to taking in a good dose of fall fishing and color, it’s pretty tough to beat the border country of Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. There are great fishing lakes on either side of the border, but if you want to get a little closer to the color,

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