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Sportsmen Since 1967

April 22, 2009

Hunters, others invited to statewide meetings about seasons and regulations

Salem, Ore. – ODFW will host a series of public meetings around the state to present and accept public comment on proposals for big game hunting seasons, upland game bird hunting seasons and furbearer regulations. At the meetings, ODFW staff will provide information about big game herd health and numbers, propose the number of controlled […]

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DWR proposes more antlerless elk, deer and pronghorn permits

While it’s exciting to see lots of big game animals, having a large number of animals can have a downside, too — if the populations get too big, the animals can damage their habitat. To try and prevent this from occurring, biologists with the Division of Wildlife Resources are recommending more doe pronghorn, doe deer

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Spring fishing forecast highlights some new opportunities 2009 Zone-by-Zone Oregon spring fishing forecast

Salem, Ore. – Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife officials today announced the 2009 Spring Fishing Forecast, a statewide overview of conditions and fishing opportunities throughout Oregon. The forecast is available on the ODFW Web site. Trout season opens April 25 in most parts of the state, kicking off the spring and summer trout fishing

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Hunters Reminded to Check Their Big Game Preference Points

Pierre, S.D. – With 2009 elk big game season applications opening, the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks want to remind hunters to double check their preference points during the on line process. “GFP issues one preference point card for all seasons by mail in February, but we encourage applicants to verify their preference points

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$1.72 million Awarded to Protect New Hampshire Wildlife

Concord, N.H. – The N.H. Fish and Game Department has received two of 13 State Wildlife Grant Competitive Program awards from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, totaling $1.72 million, or 25% of the grant funds available nationally. Together, the grants crystallize two innovative habitat conservation partnerships. One project, spearheaded by The Nature Conservancy of

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