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Mixed reaction to early trout opener

By P.J. Reilly Southeast Correspondent Lancaster, Pa. — The three York County anglers who were fishing for shad below Maryland’s Conowingo Dam May 8 didn’t mince their words about a proposal by the Pennsylvania Fish

Wetlands Summit rolls out recommendations in report

By Joe Albert Staff Writer Bloomington, Minn. – The first Rally for Ducks, Wetlands and Clean Water, held in 2005, still is bearing fruit. That initial rally (a second one was held last April) produced

Conservancy district delays tax request

MWCD responds to public concerns By Bob Hecker Contributing Writer Columbus — In response to public concerns, the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District will delay seeking court approval for a property tax assessment plan until it

A silver lining for 2006 session: WMA funding

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul – While the 2006 legislative session is likely to be remembered as the one in which dedicated funding came within a breath of passing – only to fall

Samples tested in Erie drum die-off

By Mike Moore Editor Sandusky, Ohio — It could be early July before a cause is identified for thousands of freshwater drum dead or dying in Lake Erie’s western basin. And even then Ohio biologists

New records group emerges from record muskie dispute

By Dean Bortz Staff Writer Hayward, Wis. – A group of muskie enthusiasts unwilling to recognize Louis Spray as the world record holder have created a third record-keeping entity for modern-day muskies and hybrids. Called

Groups line up against a proposed forest sale

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Washington — A Bush administration plan to sell off chunks of national forest land in 35 states across the United States to fund a rural schools program has been criticized

Eagles take up camp at Pymatuning State Park

By Jeffrey L. Frischkorn Contributing Writer Andover, Ohio — About one-third of Pymatuning State Park’s 374-unit campground will be roped off at least through the middle of July to accommodate a nesting pair of American

Dove hunt movement gains momentum

By Bill Parker Editor Lansing — The grass-roots effort to defeat an anti-hunting ballot proposal here in Michigan is gaining steam. Citizens for Wildlife Conservation is the umbrella group that was formed by Michigan sporting

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