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April 10, 2011

Get Ready for West Virginia Spring Gobbler Season April 25 – May 21

Age Changes for Special Youth Spring Gobbler Hunt April 23 Reward Offered for Turkey Poaching Conviction Information SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) encourages hunters to get their gear ready for the upcoming spring gobbler hunting season. The four-week season opens Monday, April 25, and closes on Saturday, May […]

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Montana FWP Seeks Comments on Environmental Assessment to Remove Northern Pike in the Missouri River

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on an environmental assessment to remove northern pike in the Missouri River to reduce threats to wild trout populations and reservoir fisheries. FWP proposes to remove northern pike from the Missouri River basin from Holter Dam upstream to the Missouri headwaters and the Madison, Gallatin, and

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Drawing results for Arizona elk, pronghorn hunts are available

Permits remaining issued first-come, first-served beginning April 25 Arizona, a highly-prized destination for big game hunters, has posted results of drawings for tags available for fall, 2011. If you haven’t yet had a chance to check, the drawing results for Arizona’s 2011 elk and pronghorn antelope big game hunts are now available by visiting the

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Arizona kids and families: Come hunt wild turkeys with the experts

Free camps near Alpine, Flagstaff and Payson offer food, seminars, more Kids and their families are invited to learn how to hunt wild turkeys, under the guidance of experts, the weekend of April 15-17. There are three separate camps, located near Alpine, Payson and Flagstaff. The camps are free to young hunters and their families

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Oregon: Lakeview Sage-Grouse Implementation Team to meet April 19

The Lakeview Sage-Grouse Conservation Strategy Implementation Team will meet at the BLM/USFS Interagency Building, 1301 S G Street, Lakeview on April 19, 2011 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to review and recommend changes to the Core Area maps as defined in the March revision of the updated Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Assessment and Strategy for

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Washington lakes stocked for big April 30 fishing season opener

This month, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) fish hatchery crews will finish stocking more than 20 million fish in Washington waterways before the state’s single biggest fishing season opener on April 30. At least 300,000 anglers are expected to turn out for the big day. Although many waterways are open year-round, the last

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Washington Public Meetings Scheduled to Discuss Pike Control Options

In the “one man’s sportfish is another’s invasive threat” department, Washington State and tribal officials have set public meetings to consider options for controlling northern pike populations. Pike pose a documented and growing threat to highly valued salmonid populations and their food supplies, according to the following release. What’s also interesting is that the release

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