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October 4, 2011

CO: Dumont Lake Draining Operations Complete

HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS, Colo. – Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials have completed draining operations at Dumont Lake, and are thanking anglers for their help and cooperation during a temporary public fish salvage authorized by CPW managers. The lifting of the catch and release restrictions was slated to continue until Oct. 31; however, the lake was […]

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NH: Body of Swift River Drowning Victim Recovered

CONCORD, N.H. — The body of a 31-year-old New Hampshire man was recovered today (Monday, October 3), from the Swift River in Conway, N.H. The drowning victim’s name will not be released until late Tuesday, October 4, pending notification of immediate family members. The man, his wife and a group of friends had been visiting

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CO: Craigslist Ad Yields Wildlife Convictions

CASTLE ROCK– Three Douglas County men who were caught reselling Colorado big-game licenses on Craigslist.com have been assessed tens of thousands of dollars in fines following their conviction on charges of aggravated illegal possession of wildlife. An investigation by Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers showed that the three men, a father and two sons, advertised

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