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May 2, 2019

New York Outdoor News Fishing & Hunting Report – May 3, 2019

Western New York Chautauqua Lake: The black crappie bite in the canals went cold but should pick up with warmer weather. There were still some decent catches on the open lake. Target crappie in the canals, near inlets and traditional open lake areas such as Ashville Bay, Burtis Bay, Cheney Point, Lakewood Bar, Rock Island,

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Wisconsin Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – May 3, 2019

NORTHERN REGION Spooner Team  Warden Joshua Loining, of Rice Lake, received a complaint in March of snowmobiles running a stop sign near Rice Lake where the snowmobile trail crosses a bridge. The stop signs were partially covered and barely visible. Loining cleared the stop signs to the best of his ability and contacted 15 snowmobilers

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Wisconsin Outdoor News Calendar – May 3, 2019

Banquets/Fundraisers  May 4: Twin Rivers Waterfowl Assoc. Banquet, Neighbors Bar & Grill, Jefferson. For more info call Tracey Bente, 920-650-3270. May 11: Bayfield County WTU Banquet, 5 p.m. Iron River Community Center, Iron River. For more info call Jim Klobucher, 715-292-4403. July 27: Wisconsin Trappers Assoc. Banquet, 9-4 p.m., Community Center, Mountain. For more info

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