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September 6, 2012

Gaining hunting ground for ducks and other waterfowl on Lake Christina

I’ve written thousands of articles over the years and have a little list of favorites. One of those favorites came this past August when I wrote about the Outdoor News “Outdoor Leaders” award winner, the Christina-Ina-Anka Lake Association. I met and interviewed some fascinating people who are passionate conservationists and waterfowlers that won’t take no …

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First Wolf Trapper Certification Class Set for Sept. 8

Fish, Wildlife and Parks will host its first wolf trapper certification class on Saturday, September 8, 2012 at the Montana Wild Center in Helena (2668 Broadwater Avenue) beginning at 9 a.m. Classes will also be held in the coming weeks and months in Bozeman, Butte, Dillon, and Livingston and in cities across the state. The

Lab Work

It’s little wonder why the Labrador retriever has been the most popular AKC-registered breed among Americans for more than 20 years. But here are some Labs that receive some special treatment, above and beyond the normal pooch. Kiss The Bride, Pet The Dog When B.J. and Josh LaJaunie were pre-planning their wedding that took place

Fishing Report for Northern Utah September 6, 2012

BEAR LAKE: (September 06) Be prepared for stormy conditions. For shore anglers, try fishing at Laketown and Garden City ponds. Laketown has a reputation for rattlesnakes, so use some caution. The jiggers at Bear Lake are using tube jigs tipped with cisco or sucker meat. Trollers are using minnow-type lures with rattles or flatfish trolled

Fishing Report for Nevada September 6, 2012

LAKE MEAD – Striper action has picked up in the Temple Bar area with anglers finding success while throwing Sassy Shads and other shad imitations. Top-water action has been picking up along with the number of striper boils. One guide reportedly caught 83 stripers in one morning while fishing the Boulder Basin with shad imitators.

Illinois Calendar of Events – September 7th, 2012

Banquets/Fundraisers Sept. 8: Honest Woods WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., The Rock. For more info call Tom Van Houtte, 309-526-8603. Sept. 8: Bond County Wild Turkey Banquet, VFW Hall, Greenville. For more info call Gary Netzler, 217-537-3430. Sept. 13: Lake County Longbeards Banquet, Millcreek Banquet Hall, Wauconda. For more info call Bill Worth, 847-612-7564. Sept. 13: Northwest WTU Banquet, 5

Illinois Cuffs & Collars – September 7th, 2012

Region I A CPO in Winnebago County received a complaint call from the state’s attorney’s office regarding a man who shot and killed a baby raccoon during the closed season in the village limits of Winnebago. The investigation validated the complaint and found additional wildlife violations of unlawful trapping furbearer animals during the closed season

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