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June 15, 2011

ID: Southwest Region Fishing Information June 15, 2011

This report highlights a few of the best places to fish, what anglers are using and what they are catching. The information is compiled from regional Fish and Game fishery managers, local tackle shops and anglers. With the high water fishing is very different this year. We recommend hitting lowland lakes or reservoirs. Settler’s and […]

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Record number of applications for South Carolina gator hunting

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) – South Carolina wildlife officials say they’ve received a record number of applications for alligator hunting licenses. The Post and Courier of Charleston reported that the Natural Resources Department said more than 4,000 applications have been received so far. Wednesday is the deadline to pay $10 to apply for a license for

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Montana manhunt for former militia leader in third day

Local and federal law enforcement officers are out hunting in western Montana, but it’s not deer or elk they’re after Here is the latest, from Associated Press…  LOLO, Mont. (AP) – A manhunt continues in a western Montana forest for a former militia leader accused of firing on Missoula County deputies and then fleeing into

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Public hearings scheduled for proposed changes to Indiana deer hunting rules

The Indiana Natural Resources Commission will conduct two public hearings on proposed changes to deer hunting rules next month. The components of the proposed deer rule changes include modifications to the season structure, bag limits, hunting equipment, and licensing requirements. The proposed rule language and fact sheet can be found at: www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/2362.htm. Individuals can provide

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Annual survey indicates unexpected rise in Wisconsin ruffed grouse population

Three out of four regions show increase There is good news for ruffed grouse hunters coming from 2011 spring drumming counts. Department of Natural Resources wildlife officials report that Wisconsin’s ruffed gouse population appears to have increased from last year, according to data collected by wildlife staff, foresters, wardens, and countless volunteers. “Statewide, the ruffed

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40,103 turkeys registered in Wisconsin's 2011 spring turkey season

Fall season permit applications due August 1 Preliminary estimates show that Wisconsin hunters registered 40,103 turkeys during the 2011 spring turkey season. A total of 210,059 permits were issued for the spring hunt, according to licensing officials. Zone 1 produced the highest overall turkey harvest at 12,253 birds, followed by Zone 3 with 9,848 turkeys.

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