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April 5, 2011

Iowa DNR: Now is the time to plan for next winter, for pheasants and other wildlife

Now is the time to begin planning shelterbelts and food plots for next winter, says the Iowa DNR.  Food plots of corn, sorghum, or other grains are used by all kinds of wildlife to help them survive the winter. Well-designed shelterbelts provide important cover and food plots an additional food source to help pheasant, quail, …

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ID: Ask Fish and Game: Big game books

Q. The Fish and Game Commission has set the big game season. When will the new big game books be out? A. The 2011 Big Game Seasons and Rules brochure has gone to the printer. When the print proofs come back, the seasons and rules will be posted on the Fish and Game website –

ID: Fish rules open house set in magic valley

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game will host an open house for anglers to consider and discuss nonbiological fishing rule changes. It’s all part of the rule setting process for the 2013-2014 fishing rules. The open house will be from 1 to 7 p.m. April 13, at the Fish and Game Magic Valley Region

MA: Help Stock Salmon Fry!

Volunteers from high schools, sporting clubs, civic groups, colleges, and other people with a passion for rivers, fish, or fishing are needed to assist the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (DFW) personnel in stocking 1.5 million salmon fry (juvenile fish) as part of the Connecticut River Atlantic Salmon restoration program. According to Dr. Caleb Slater,

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