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July 1, 2011

SD: Governor Lifts No Wake Zones on Mina and Richmond Lakes

PIERRE, S.D. – The No Wake Zones that were enacted June 24th, 2011 due to flooding conditions on Mina Lake in Edmunds County and Richmond Lake in Brown County have been rescinded by the Governor, effective at 1 p.m. July 1st, 2011. Even though these No Wake Zones have been lifted, Game, Fish and Parks […]

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North Carolina Outdoor Legislative Update

Here’s a roundup of pending outdoor related legislation in North Carolina: Senate Bill 109 / Session Law 2011-15 “Spending Cuts for the Current Fiscal Year” Required N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission to return $3 million in 2010-11 funding. Effective: 3/25/2011   House Bill 200 / Session Law 2011-145 “Appropriations Act of 2011” Repeals current sales tax

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Don’t Forget Your North Carolina Coastal Recreational Fishing License

Anglers headed to the coast this summer should go online to purchase their Coastal Recreational Fishing License to avoid potentially long lines at tackle and bait shops, sporting goods stores and other wildlife service agent locations. A Coastal Recreational Fishing License is required for anyone 16 years and older to fish recreationally in the state’s

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2011 North Carolina Waterfowl Conservation Stamp and Print Available July 1

Help support the conservation of waterfowl habitat in North Carolina by purchasing a 2011 Waterfowl Conservation Stamp and Print, which goes on sale July 1. The acrylic painting, “Canadas in Pasture” by Delaware artist Richard Clifton, depicts a pair of Canada geese standing in a pasture. Signed and numbered regular edition prints with mint stamps

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Remaining Nebraska Big Game Permits Go on Sale July 11

Remaining big game hunting permits may be purchased beginning July 11 at 1 p.m. Central Daylight Time, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Residents, nonresidents and eligible landowners may purchase deer and pronghorn antelope permits, and residents and eligible landowners may purchase elk permits. Game and Parks urges hunters to read the 2011

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River access near Hamburg, Iowa closed due to high water

RIVERTON, Iowa – The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has closed the Goldenrod Access to the Nishabotna River, which is on the east edge of Hamburg, to all boat traffic except for emergency vessels. The access to the Nishnabotna River was closed due to high water and unsafe conditions from Goldenrod downstream to the confluence

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Coast Guard Closes Portion of Missouri River

Closure is for safety of anglers and boaters The U.S. Coast Guard has closed the Missouri River to all vessel traffic, including vessels used for fishing and recreation, from mile marker 386 located downstream of Leavenworth, Kansas, northward to mile marker 811, near Gavins’ Point Dam in Yankton, South Dakota. Mile marker 386 is about

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CO: Native trout restoration project near Durango

DURANGO, Colo. – A major initiative by the Colorado Division of Wildlife to restore the native Colorado River cutthroat trout to the San Juan mountains will begin this summer in the upper Hermosa Creek drainage about 35 miles north of Durango. The three-year project is a cooperative effort of the Division of Wildlife and the

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