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March 6, 2014

Adirondacks Fishing Report – March 7th, 2014

Lake Champlain’s ice action remained pretty good throughout the big lake, with some good-sized perch, especially up north. Hard water anglers have pretty much given up on the smelt, however, with the general theory that the arrival of alewives has greatly impacted smelt numbers. Schroon Lake was offering up good action for lakers, perch, smelt …

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Illinois Cuffs & Collars – March 7th, 2014

Region I A District 7 CPO conducted a taxidermy inspection in Stark County. The man possessed numerous taxidermy mounts that he accumulated while working at an exotic animal ranch in Texas. He learned to do taxidermy work to save money and to improve upon work he had done as a customer. He only possessed one

Illinois Calendar of Events – March 7th, 2014

Banquets/Fundraisers March 7: Central Kane County DU Banquet, 6 p.m., Riverside Receptions, Geneva. For more info call John Sachtleben, 847-214-1841. March 8: River Bottom Stump Sitters WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Flora Eagles. For more info call Tim Murphy, 618-335-9631. March 8: Peoria DU Banquet, 5 p.m., Peoria Civic Center. For more info call Mark Schore, 815-791-9993. March 8: Pike

Illinois River Fishing Report – March 7th, 2014

Southern Illinois: The census indicated there were 89,950 ducks in the region, well above the 10-year average of 70,733. Most of the ducks were mallards and gadwall, although there were also sizable populations of widgeon, black ducks, pintail, teal, scaup, ringnecks and canvasbacks. Horseshoe Lake had the largest population, 21,500, followed by Rend Lake 18,700,

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