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May 14, 2009

Game commission acquires property along Rio Grande

Santa Fe – The New Mexico Game Commission has purchased 188 acres of property along the Rio Grande south of Belen in an ongoing effort to protect and improve the state’s riparian zones. The property was acquired through provisions of the Natural Lands Protection Act, which provides for joint acquisition of unique and ecologically significant […]

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ODNR, Division of Wildlife invites anglers to take a new online angler survey

Columbus, OH – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife invites anglers to visit www.ohiodnr.com/creel to take a new online angler survey. The online survey consists of 19 questions asking anglers to provide feedback on a variety of topics, including where they fish and the methods they use; what species they fish

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2009-10 Hunting Seasons to Be Voted Upon at May TWRC Meeting

Nashville – The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission will vote to approve the 2009-10 state hunting seasons during its meeting May 20-21. The May meeting will be held at the Region II Ray Bell Building located in the Ellington Agricultural Center. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency presented its proposals for the 2009-10 hunting seasons at the

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Thousand Island

St. Lawrence River: Not a lot new, but pike action should be good, and walleye, too, if you can locate them. Black Lake: Richard at Chapman’s Sports (315-3240-5265) says anglers reported the best opening weekend of northern pike action they’ve seen in recent years, with lots and fish and some good-sized ones as well. Bluegill

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Maryland and Virginia Reciprocal License Agreement

Annapolis, MD – New for 2009, Maryland and Virginia have entered into a reciprocal agreement honoring certain fishing guide licenses in both states’ waters. Maryland will honor the Virginia Class A Fishing Guide License in Maryland tidal waters and Virginia will honor both the Maryland Resident Fishing Guide License and the Maryland Nonresident Fishing Guide

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Meetings on Deer Regulations, June 3, 4, 8, 17

Waterbury, VT – The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Board will hold four meetings with the public in June to discuss proposed deer hunting regulations.        The purpose is to discuss the proposed antlerless deer hunting regulation for this year and a proposal to add four days of muzzleloader deer hunting from October 29 to November 1,

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