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February 20, 2009

Drawing to Be Held for Spring Turkey Season Public Hunting at Milan Army Ammunition Plant

Milan, Tenn. —The Milan Army Ammunition Plant will hold a public drawing for 12 turkey permits for the 2009 spring turkey hunting season. Interested persons can go to the following hunting Web site for application instructions: www.milanaresenalhunting.com and then view under Hunting Notices: 2009 Public Hunting Permits for Spring Turkey Season. The 2009 statewide spring […]

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Mussels destroying link in Lake Michigan food web

Traverse City, Mich. (AP) — A tiny, shrimplike creature that forms a crucial link in the Great Lakes food web has all but disappeared from Lake Michigan because of competition from invasive foreign mussels, scientists reported Wednesday. Observations over a decade have documented a 96-percent drop-off of the amphipod species known as diporeia, according to

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DFG Offers Bear Hunting Clinic On March 28Feb. 19, 2009

The California Department of Fish and Game’s (DFG) Advanced Hunter Education Program is offering a bear hunting clinic March 28. The clinic will be held at the Diamond Springs Memorial Hall in Diamond Springs, located approximately 41 miles east of Sacramento. This clinic is new to the Advanced Hunter Education Program. The one-day workshop will

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FWP Seeks Comment On Relocation Proposal For Bison In Quarantine Program

Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking comment on a draft environmental assessment of a proposal from the Northern Arapaho Tribe to relocate 41 disease-free bison from Montana to the Wind River Reservation in central Wyoming. The bison are part of a four-year old research projected directed by FWP and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s

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Group To Discuss Upper Missouri River Fish Management

The second meeting of the workgroup aiming to develop fish-management plan recommendations for three popular Upper Missouri River reservoirs is set for Monday, February 23 in Helena. The workgroup is leading the effort to identify, define, and recommend fish management and regulation approaches on Canyon Ferry, Hauser and Holter reservoirs and on the Missouri River

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Iowa Fishing Report – February 19, 2009

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources issues a weekly fishing report on Thursdays in an effort to provide the latest information heading into the weekend.  The weekly fishing report is compiled from information gathered from local bait shops, angler creel surveys, and county and state parks staff. For current information, contact the district fisheries office

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NRA says it’s not trying to alter West Virginia hunting regs

Beckley, W.Va. (AP) — A National Rifle Association spokesman says the gun-rights group is not trying to change West Virginia’s deer hunting regulations. Jordan Austin says a postcard poll sent to West Virginia members about opening up Logan, McDowell, Mingo and Wyoming counties to a gun season came from a concern raised by several members.

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Hundreds of fish die in St. Croix River on Minnesota-Wisconsin border

Stillwater, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says a fish kill on the St. Croix River near Oak Park Heights appears seasonal and is no cause for alarm. Many of the fish are gizzard shad, which DNR officials say tend to die off around this time of year. But people who fish

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Drunken out-of-doors – North Dakota drivers required to be more sober than boaters

Bismarck, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota law says boaters, hunters and snowmobilers can be a bit drunker than someone who’s driving a car, and the state House has decided to keep it that way. Six years ago, the Legislature lowered the legal blood-alcohol limit for drivers on the road from 0.10 percent to 0.08 percent.

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