Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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Public disappointed at Mohican pipeline forum

By Frank Hinchey Contributing Writer Loudonville, Ohio – Residents asked plenty of questions but some were less than satisfied with the answers from a gas transmission company that plans to remove trees from Mohican State

Goose-hunting forecast is great

By P.J. Reilly Southeast Correspondent Haldeman Island, Pa. — Pennsylvania goose hunters are expected to have a banner season this year. Duck hunters are not. So said the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s waterfowl-management team Aug. 4

16-day early teal hunt set for this season

Several fall hunting seasons open Sept. 1 By Mike Moore Editor Columbus — Early season duck hunting is off to a good start, even though the first shot has yet to be fired. The Ohio

Senate approves ‘e’ duck stamp

Bill awaits only Bush’s signature By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Washington — A pilot program that would allow up to 15 states to sell the federal duck stamp via the phone or internet was approved

Central N.Y. QDM push stalled?

By Steve Piatt Editor Syracuse, N.Y. – A group that’s been pushing for Quality Deer Management and antler restrictions in portions of Central New York has yet to make any formal proposal to the state

Pataki vetoes tougher deerjacking penalties

By Don Lehman Contributing Writer Albany – Gov. George Pataki vetoed a bill in late July that would have significantly raised penalties for certain types of deerjacking. The law would have made it a misdemeanor

It looks like 60 days and a six-duck bag

By Jerry Davis Correspondent Madison — Wisconsin waterfowl hunters should expect few changes in the duck and goose season structures from last year. Most likely, after Kent Van Horn, Wisconsin DNR waterfowl specialist, finishes getting

Muzzleloader scopes focus of dispute

By Dean Bortz Staff Writer Cape Girardeau, Mo. — Minnesota is one of 15 states named in a “scoped muzzleloader” federal discrimination complaint filed in late July with the U.S. Department of the Interior by

La Crosse tourney bass loss at 600

By Jerry Davis Correspondent La Crosse, Wis. — As of press time for this issue (Aug. 3), DNR fish biologists were still awaiting disease test results for tournament-caught largemouth bass that died on the Black

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