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August 12, 2011

Doves plentiful, fields spotty for Missouri opening day

Weather has favored reproduction, but finding a good hunting spot will take legwork JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Visit dove fields before opening day, and buy plenty of ammunition. That’s the advice from Missouri’s top dove expert. Resource Scientist John Schulz says Missouri doves have raised a bumper crop of young this year. Missouri’s dove hunting season […]

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NH: National Hunting and Fishing Day Events in Concord and Holderness – September 24, 2011

CONCORD, N.H. — Mark your calendars for this fall’s biggest hunting and fishing event in the Granite State — National Hunting and Fishing Day — on September 24, 2011. It’s a statewide celebration hosted by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, featuring a Sporting Expo in Concord and an Open House with shooting and

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SD: South Campground is now open at Springfield Recreation Area

SPRINGFIELD, S.D. – With lower water levels on the Missouri River, the Department of Game, Fish and Parks announced today that the south campground at the Springfield Recreation Area is now available for reservations. “We were able to open 10 more campsites to the public,” said Shane Bertsch, District Park supervisor. The boat ramp in

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CO: Bighorn Sheep Research Funded by Sportsmen

DENVER – Colorado’s bighorn sheep are again benefitting from a major donation that supports research, transplants and habitat improvements. The Rocky Mountain Bighorn Society presented the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission with a $149,325 check, representing the proceeds from the Society’s 2011 auctions and raffles of highly sought-after bighorn sheep, mountain goat and pronghorn licenses.

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SD: Hunters Can Donate Geese from August Management Take

PIERRE, S.D. – Resident Canada goose populations in South Dakota have continued to increase in recent years, exceeding population objectives and causing high levels of crop damage. In an effort to reduce the goose population, South Dakota will implement an August Management Take Season for the second year, allowing hunters to harvest eight geese per

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