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October 6, 2011

WI: Hunters could benefit from new concealed carry law

Madison – At first glance, Wisconsin’s concealed carry law may appear to have little to offer the majority of the state’s hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts. Hunters are still required to unload and case rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders, compound bows, and crossbows when in a vehicle, and handguns may still be carried openly for hunting and

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NY: ECO shortage around 40; academy class requested

Albany – DEC has a serious shortage of environmental conservation officers that could grow if a long-awaited contract is approved and many ECOs choose to retire at that point. Peter Fanelli, DEC’s director of law enforcement, said the division is currently down 38 officers, a number that includes ECOs, lieutenants, investigators, investigative lieutenants, captains, majors

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NY: Some attention shifts to hunting; salmon pouring into tribs Issue: 20

Western New York Lake Ontario and tributaries: Kings, browns and steelhead have all been reported moving up to Burt Dam on Eighteen Mile Creek. There was good water flow in the creek. Duck weed on the surface was still present but it’s not as bad as was previously reported. Pier action has been good for

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