The device is the same as those commonly seen at used car lots and is powered by a generator that blows air into the balloon so it jumps and wiggles in the air.
January 24, 2019
Season Dates Jan. 27: Duck, coot and brant seasons close (Long Island) Jan. 31: Varying hare season closes (portions of Southern Zone) Jan. 31: Suffolk County (WMU) regular (bowhunting only) deer season closes Jan. 31: Suffolk County (WMU 1C) special firearms (permit required) deer season closes Jan. 31: Canada goose season closes (Eastern Zone) Feb.
Western New York Winter has arrived back on the local scene and conditions are bit difficult with snow and cold temperatures. The Niagara River was turning off-color and may be tough to fish, but keep an eye on changing conditions. In the lower Niagara River, fishing from both boat and shore had been good for
(Editor’s note: A criminal charge is merely an allegation that a defendant has committed a violation of the criminal law, and it is not evidence of guilt. All defendants are presumed innocent and entitled to a fair trial, during which it will be the state of New York’s burden to prove guilt beyond a reasonable
Minnesota DNR Conservation Officer Mitch Boyum has been named the 2019 DNR Conservation Officer of the Year, an award presented to an officer each year for outstanding overall career performance. Enforcement Division Director Rodmen Smith presented the award earlier this month at the division’s annual awards ceremony and training conference at Camp Ripley. Boyum, a
NORTHEAST REGION Lake Winnebago Team Wardens Jason Higgins, of Oshkosh, Kyle Ziembo, of Madison, and Thomas Sturdivant, of Neenah, investigated a November case of a buck shot in the neck with an arrow in Menasha. When the wardens arrived at the residence, the deer was gone. After speaking to witnesses, it was determined a resident
ASHLAND AREA The Ashland side of Chequamegon Bay has up to 14 inches of ice, with anglers out to the channel edge catching perch, whitefish, brown trout, splake, cohos, and even sturgeon. On the Washburn side, there is a “mob” starting at Bono Creek on north to Houghton Point, with reports of 4 to 7
Banquets/Fundraisers Jan. 25: Lake Koshkonong/Rock Valley WTU Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Pontiac Convention Center, Janesville. For more info call Dave Powell, 608-756-3453. Jan. 25-27: NRA Wisconsin State Convention, Convention & Expo Center. For more info call Scott, 715-873-3360. Jan. 26: Northeast WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Grand Meridian, Appleton. For more info call Jamie Merckx, 920-284-6548. Jan.