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Monday, June 24th, 2024

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Deer licenses down 19 percent in ND

Bismarck, N.D. (AP) – The number of deer hunting licenses in North Dakota this fall will be down 19 percent from last year and the lowest in almost a decade. North Dakota Game and Fish

IG probe of DOW licenses expands

Columbus – The Ohio DNR has asked the Ohio Inspector General’s watchdog unit to review two Ohio fishing licenses issued to out-of-state wildlife officers in 2007. The review was requested by the DNR as a

Photos on website lead to poaching convictions

Kalispell, Mont. (AP) _ An Oregon man who posted photos of his big game kills on a website has been convicted of poaching near his father’s home in Trout Creek and ordered to pay $10,000

Rulemaking process helps Erie bag

Columbus – A new rule-making process is largely responsible for maintaining the Lake Erie walleye bag limit. The DNR_Division of Wildlife last year decided it would make bag limits effective on May 1, after it

Man sentenced for killing Idaho bull moose

Moscow, Idaho (AP) – A 19-year-old Lewiston man has been sentenced for poaching a bull moose. Zachery G. Beckvold was convicted in Latah County District Court of unlawfully taking a bull moose and sentenced to

Bovine TB sharpshooting ends with 450 dead deer

Middle River, Minn. – The recently ended sharpshooting effort in the northwest – aimed at stopping the spread of bovine tuberculosis in deer – could mark the final time the technique is used on a

Conn. lawmakers vote for credit on license fees

Hartford, Conn. (AP) – Connecticut lawmakers have voted to give a credit to outdoor enthusiasts who purchased their fishing and hunting licenses before the General Assembly reduced a recent fee increase. The House of Representatives

Trappers caught by surprise as fur prices edge upward

Hudson, Ill. – Muskrats turned out to be a hot commodity in the 2009-10 trapping season, as Illinois trappers welcomed the first signs of a fur industry on the mend. “If I’d have known, I

State will scale back CWD tests

Albany – After nearly five years without a new case of chronic wasting disease in New York, the DEC is scaling back its intensive testing effort in the Oneida County area where CWD was first

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