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October 13, 2010

New York Calendar

Season Dates Oct. 15: Trout, landlocked salmon and kokanee season closes (statewide, general regulations) Oct. 15: Adirondack Range early bear season closes Oct. 16: Southern Zone archery deer season opens Oct. 16: Southeastern and Central-Western archery bear season opens Oct. 16: Westchester County deer season (archery only) opens Oct. 16: Northern Zone muzzleloader deer season opens Oct. 16: Adirondack Range …

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NY: Southern Zoners upbeat

Albany — A 10 percent statewide reduction in Deer Management Permits virtually guarantees the Southern Zone deer harvest will decline this season. But DEC officials say the statewide deer kill always indicative of what’s happening in many areas of the state. And many whitetail hunters are, in fact, optimistic heading into the season, which opens

IL: Access program will help state’s hunters, anglers

Springfield —  The Illinois Recreational Access Program will begin enrolling landowners later this year, thanks to a $525,250 federal grant to DNR to provide public access to private lands for hunting and fishing. DNR Director Marc Miller said that the program is part of the recently enacted federal farm bill. “We were one of the

From Branch to Lake: Clamps, Glue and Makeshift Steamers

I would not have attempted to spend many Saturdays and more than a few Sunday afternoons making a canoe by hand, from local materials, if not for a lunch at a Chinese fusion restaurant in Boston. No one who knows me would ever say, “He’s a Chinese fusion restaurant kind of guy” any more than

IL: Deer hunters start new season in a sprint

Springfield — One consistent refrain was heard from archery hunters up and down Illinois after opening week of the 2010 deer season. The deer are moving. Were moving. Are moving, again. A cool snap met hunters on the Oct. 1 opener and continued through the first five days. Many hunters apparently “got while the getting

WI: New state CWD plan now in place

Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. — The state’s chronic wasting disease plan was adopted by the Natural Resources Board to lead the agency’s disease responses from now to 2025. The plan originally had been presented to the NRB last August, but the board unanimously passed a resolution that held up passage of the plan until a committee

Wisconsin Cuffs

District 10 — Wautoma area Warden Mike Young, of Shiocton, contacted a boater exceeding the speed limit in a no-wake area and operating at night without lights. The operator was arrested for boating OWI. Warden Jeff Knorr, of Fremont, assisted Winnebago County with a two-boat collision on the Wolf River. It was a near head-on

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