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Nebraska game officials find 22 CWD cases in deer

Norfolk, Neb. (AP) — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says there has been no expansion of chronic wasting disease in the state even though 22 deer tested positive in the November firearm season. The

Vermont Moose Hunting Applications Are Available

Waterbury, VT – Vermont moose hunting permit applications are available on the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department’s website (www.vtfishandwildlife.com) and at license agents statewide. On Fish & Wildlife’s website, look under “Hunting and Trapping,” and

Groups and individuals recognized for fisheries contributions

Wisconsin Dells – Five of the conservation groups and dedicated individuals who help make fishing great in Wisconsin have been recognized for their efforts on behalf of the state’s anglers. The Eagle Lake Management District;

Alleged Sturgeon Poacher Arrested in Bay Area

Department of Fish and Game (DFG) wardens arrested Tam Duc Truong, 55, of San Jose today for allegedly taking and selling white sturgeon illegally. Two restaurants in San Jose are being investigated in conjunction with

Two New Fishing Records Close Calendar Year

Nashville – The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency reports that two new state fishing records were established to close out the calendar year in December, including one that surpasses a mark that was established last April.

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