Friday, March 31st, 2023
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February 18, 2010

Road kill bill on the move

Madison – A proposal to relax the rules on picking up road-killed bears, turkeys, and many small-game species recently passed the Assembly, and it could become a law by spring. Assembly Bill 548 would allow a motorist who hits and kills a bear or turkey to take the animal after obtaining a free tag from

Fee for other land users resonates with hunters

Albany – Saratoga County resident Mike Galcik has no problem paying to hunt and fish in New York. What he does have a problem with, though, is the fact that those who hike, kayak or canoe in New York don’t have to pay anything despite the fact they are using the same natural resources as

Turkey proposal sparks debate

Madison – Mike Rogers says it no longer matters whether it was legislators or hunters who came up with a proposal to drastically change the spring turkey season; now that the bill is out in the open, he said it’s time for public debate to dictate its success or failure. Rogers, of Prairie du Sac,

Study shows hunting access woes

Albany – A new study confirms what many New York hunters already knew – it’s getting harder and harder to find places to hunt. The study, conducted by the National Shooting Sports Foundation and Responsive Management – a public opinion and attitude survey research firm specializing in natural resource and outdoor recreation issues – didn’t

State senator calls for Minnesota walk-in access program

State Sen. Satveer Chaudhary, DFL-Fridley, said Wednesday that he plans to introduce legislation this session that creates walk-in hunting access in Minnesota. He said he’ll invite sportsmen to a series of planning sessions to determine the new program’s content. Walk-in access programs pay private land owners to voluntarily allow hunters access to their property. “The

Orion-The Hunter’s Institute announces newest board member

Congratulations to conservation communications professional Tammy Sapp, who became Orion–The Hunter’s Institute newest board member this week. Sapp is an award-winning writer with 24 years of experience in the outdoor communications field with a focus on hunting and target shooting. She possesses project management and team development know-how through her work at the Oklahoma Department

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