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October 13, 2009

Devils Lake, N.D. walleye hatch sets record

Devils Lake, N.D. (AP) – The North Dakota Game and Fish Department says rising water in Devils Lake has helped produce the largest natural walleye hatch that fisheries crews have ever documented. Randy Hiltner, the northeastern district fisheries supervisor, says the annual fall reproduction survey produced a lakewide average catch of 107 walleyes per net. […]

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Pheasants are down, but hunters are coming to N.D.

Dickinson, N.D. (AP) – Hunters and the businesses that cater to them in southwest North Dakota say pheasants can be found, but hunters are having to look a little harder this year. The North Dakota season began over the weekend. State wildlife officials estimate the pheasant population this fall is down about 50 percent from

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Winning waterfowl, pheasant stamp artists named in WI

Madison, Wis. (AP) – Artists from Ladysmith and Campbellsport have won Wisconsin hunting stamp contests with their paintings of wildlife. The Department of Natural Resources says Craig Fairbert’s depiction of a wood duck pair won the 2010 waterfowl stamp contest among 23 entries. He is from Ladysmith. William Millonig’s painting of a rooster pheasant taking

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Wolf quota could change after 9 shot near Yellowstone

Billings, Mont. (AP) – Wildlife officials in Montana are weighing changes to the state’s inaugural wolf hunt after hunters killed nine of the predators in three weeks just outside Yellowstone National Park. More than 1,300 gray wolves were removed from the endangered species list in Idaho and Montana this spring following a decades-long recovery. Hunting

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