Friday, March 31st, 2023
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June 1, 2009

MI state troopers lose jobs for poaching deer on duty

Cheboygan, Mich. (AP) – Two state troopers from the Cheboygan post have lost their jobs for poaching deer while on duty. Earlier, Jeff Hadley was sentenced to four days in jail for shooting a buck with his hunting rifle Nov. 12 while on patrol in Cheboygan County’s Benton Township. Don Bolen received a two-day jail …

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Maine offers free fishing

Augusta, Maine (AP) – Maine officials are encouraging people to get out on the state’s lakes and rivers by offering a weekend of free fishing. The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife says the Family Free Fishing Days on Saturday and Sunday are open to anyone except people whose licenses have been revoked or suspended.

GF&P busy stocking public waters

Pierre, S.D. (AP) – State fisheries officials say an abundance of precipitation this past winter and spring has added water to many South Dakota lakes, ponds and rivers, creating more demand for fish stocking. The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department has been moving fish from hatcheries and several public-access waters. In a release,

Louisiana youth take to the lake

Shreveport, La. (AP) – Tucked neatly away inside his baby tote, young John Foster was oblivious to the gore and mayhem going on around him. Worms were being pulled from their mulchy homes, crickets got finger-squashed and catfish were left hanging from hefty hooks while kids and parents laughed and cheered. What might appear to

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