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January 18, 2018

At Arizona refuge, battle continues against feral hogs

LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. — U.S. Department of Agriculture aerial sharpshooters are returning to the Lake Havasu National Wildlife Refuge for a second attempt to exterminate feral hogs at the refuge along the Colorado River. However, the facility’s manager told the Today’s News-Herald that it may take years before the swine are eradicated completely. The […]

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Pennsylvania Outdoor News Calendar – Jan. 19, 2018

Banquets/Fundraisers. Jan. 26: Allegheny Valley NWTF Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Acme Club, Cheswick. For more info call Mike Zourelias, 724-265-0903. Jan. 27: Uniontown RMEF Banquet, Park Inn, Iniontown, 4 p.m. for more info call John Stone, 724-562-6509. Jan. 27: Delaware River Shad Fisherman’s Assoc. Banquet, 6 p.m., Se Wy Co Fire Hall, Bethlehem. For more info

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Pennsylvania Outdoor News Fishing Report – Jan. 19, 2018

Near-record breaking cold with sub-zero wind-chill factors dominated Pennsylvania at the beginning of 2018, and 5-plus feet of snow blanketed Erie in late December. With severe weather advisories issued in many counties through at least Jan. 6, ice-fishing pressure varied among fisheries across the state. Ice anglers are advised to exercise extreme caution when venturing

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Pennsylvania Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – Jan. 19, 2018

NORTHWEST REGION From the Game Commission Butler County Game Warden Randy W. Pilarcik received information that a man whose permanent residence is in the state of Arizona has been purchasing a resident license for the past few years. Deputy Scott D. Klopfer investigated and found the information to be true. The man was cited for

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Grass carp used to clean Phoenix canals overeating, growing by leaps and bounds

PHOENIX — Officials say the fish they use to help clear algae and weeds from Phoenix canals are overeating and getting even bigger. The Arizona Republic reports Salt River Project crews use about 50,000 white amur fish, or grass carp, a species native to China, to help clean the canals. The crews drain portions of

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The gift that keeps giving: Castoff Christmas trees provide fish habitat on Wyoming lake

CODY, Wyo. — Kelly Burr was driving back to Cody from a Kansas goose hunt last February and he noticed every frozen pond he passed on the highway seemed to be sprouting Christmas trees. It gave him an idea and Wyoming Game and Fish implemented it on Beck Lake. Money may not grow on trees,

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Federal authorities investigate Mexican gray wolf death as survey set to start on endangered species

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Federal authorities are investigating the death of a Mexican gray wolf as wildlife managers prepare for an annual survey of the endangered species along the Arizona-New Mexico border. Officials with the wolf recovery effort announced Tuesday that a female wolf was found dead in December in Arizona. They declined to release more

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