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Sportsmen Since 1967

49 fish, wildlife questions up for review April 8 during Wisconsin spring hearings

Those who attend the annual Wisconsin DNR and Conservation Congress spring hearings on Monday, April 8, will find nearly 50 advisory questions on the agenda, including whether the DNR should create a new hook-and-line catch-and-release season for lake sturgeon. (Photo by Greg Seubert)

A new C&R hook-and-line lake sturgeon season on 18 waters, a total ban on wildlife shining starting Sept. 15, a reduced price for a senior patron license, allow railroad crossing for sportsmen, allow trolling with three lines per person on all inland waters, and creating two woodcock zones are just six of 49 advisory questions listed on this year’s spring hearing agenda for sportsmen in all 72 counties on Monday, April 8.

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