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November 17, 2011

WI: Sportsmen’s attention turning more to deer, but fish biting Issue: 23

ASHLAND AREA Fishing has been pretty good for the people who have made it out. Trout, salmon, and smallmouths are being caught consistently in Chequamegon Bay. For walleyes, try the Ashland shoreline at night and during the early morning hours. Anglers fishing the streams are doing OK, but with all of the streams being extremely

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NY: Debate over fracking’s effects on fish, wildlife

Elmira, N.Y. – As the debate over the safety of hydraulic fracturing for natural gas rages in New York, sportsmen’s groups are watching with more than idle curiosity. New Yorkers concerned about the impact of the controversial gas extraction method don’t have to look any farther than their neighbors to the south for some answers.

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NY: Calendar of Events Issue: 23

Season dates Nov. 18: Canada goose season closes (East Central and Hudson Valley zones) Nov. 18: Fall turkey season closes (portions of state) Nov. 18: Southern Zone archery deer season closes Nov. 18: Black bear archery season closes (Southeastern and Central-Western zones) Nov. 19: Southern Zone firearms deer season opens Nov. 19: Black bear firearms season opens (Southeastern and Central-Western

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NY: Timing concerns create wrinkle for youth deer hunt

Deer disruption, safety concerns Albany – DEC’s proposal for a three-day youth deer hunt over the Columbus Day weekend generated both support and opposition among hunters and nonhunters. And while the department is still committed to providing a special youth deer hunting opportunity in 2012, it has backed off locking in those three days. “Many

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IL: Colder water not slowing down crappie bite in most lakes Issue: 23

The fishing and hunting report is compiled using reports from conservation officers, hunting guides and sporting goods stores: North Lake Michigan: According to Cory Yarmuth, brown trout are starting to really pick up in action. Chartreuse spawn sacks under a float are working well as well as the standard tinsel or white tube jig tipped

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