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Tuesday, April 23rd, 2024

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North Dakota hunting rules illegal, assistant AG argues

By Dale Wetzel Associated Press Grand Forks, N.D. (AP) – North Dakota cannot extend preferential duck hunting rights to resident landowners while denying the same benefits to property owners who live outside the state, a

DNR: Little in the way of good turkey season

By Bill Parker Editor Lansing — If you hunt turkeys in Michigan, you have plenty to cluck about: The spring season opens in a little over two weeks, thousands of square miles of land are

Fayette County bear to make the record book

Harrisburg — A black bear killed by a Pennsylvania hunter last November ties for the record of largest ever taken legally in the world, according to preliminary measurements announced by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. If

Deer harvests fell in neighbor states, too

By Jeff Mulhollem Editor Altoona, Pa. — Pennsylvania was not the only state in the Northeast to see its 2005-06 deer harvest fall. In fact, the deer kills in most neighboring states dropped by similar

QDM likely to stay status quo in state

By Steve Griffin Field Editor Lansing — The state Natural Resources Commission will continue to re-examine, and perhaps reauthorize, current Quality Deer Management areas throughout Michigan, but it appears unlikely any new ones will be

Red Lakers may have 10-fish walleye limit

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Red Lake, Minn. – Red Lake tribal members would be allowed to take, by hook and line, 10 walleyes in waters of Upper and Lower Red lakes under a proposal

No CREP funding in Senate bonding bill

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul – With the first legislative deadlines come and gone, four main conservation issues remain in play, as do a variety of smaller topics. The Clean Water Legacy Act

Lethal control likely for cormorant population

By Mike Moore Editor Oak Harbor, Ohio — Ohio natural resource officials should have a plan for cormorant control on Lake Erie and other parts of the state sometime in April. And at least one

Turkey take may top 20,000

By Mike Moore Editor Athens, Ohio — A mild winter and a bountiful mast crop last fall is good news for Ohio turkey hunters this spring. But those same elements are not so good for

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