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Entries for October 2004

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North Dakota man revives chocolate Labrador retriever with CPR after dog gets tangled on rope Associated Press — July 29, 2004 FARGO, N.D. July 26, 2004 — When a 3-year-old chocolate Labrador retriever named Maddy got tangled in a 10-foot rope sec...

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Montana approves return of bison hunt By Sarah R. Craig Associated Press — Oct. 13, 2004 HELENA, Mont. — Montana's wildlife commission voted Thursday to resume bison hunting, allowing up to 25 animals to be killed next year if they leave Yellowsto...

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Pheasant country braces for army of hunters By Steve Miller, Journal Staff Writer WINNER -- The equivalent of nearly 10 infantry divisions — slightly more than the total number of U.S. troops in Iraq — will take up arms in South Dakota on Saturday....

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Pheasant country braces for army of hunters By Steve Miller, Journal Staff Writer WINNER -- The equivalent of nearly 10 infantry divisions — slightly more than the total number of U.S. troops in Iraq — will take up arms in South Dakota on Saturda...

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Pheasant numbers are down across the state this fall, but when hunters take to the field for the state-wide opener on Saturday expectations are that the birds will be plentiful. The cooler and wetter than average June resulted in a higher tha...

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Burgeoning nonresident permit sales boost Missouri's economy Sales of nonresident hunting permits brings tens of millions of dollars into Missouri annually, supporting thousands of jobs and generating business for motels, grocery stores, sporting g...

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Public forums reveal keen interest in conservation People who attended open forums statewide last year expressed strong opinions about everything from deer management to conservation education. JEFFERSON CITY--Officials from the Missouri Department ...

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Field Day focuses on restoring Southeastern game birds ELLIOTT MINOR Associated Press ASHBURN, Ga. - The bobwhite quail, which is disappearing in the Southeast, can make a comeback and add millions of dollars to the rural economy if landowners ar...

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Promising quail season off to a slow start Friday, November 14, 2003 A good year for bobwhite quail in Missouri means a good year for Show-Me State quail hunters. (Missouri Dept. of Conservation photo) Bobwhite numbers are up in several areas, b...

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Second round of tests finds no CWD in Missouri The second year of testing wild deer turned up no cases of the disease. JEFFERSON CITY--For the second year in a row, laboratory tests found no Missouri deer with chronic wasting disease (CWD). The Miss...

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Waterfowl season prospects a mixed bag A mixed bag of duck hunting habitat and water conditions and waterfowl population trends makes the 2004-2005 duck and goose hunting season a hard one to predict. Timely rains would help in many areas. (Missou...

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Duck hunting is a family affair Read about a family that duck hunts together. Ted Anderson Herald-Review Last Updated: Saturday, October 09th, 2004 09:12:20 AM With the duck hunting season in full swing in Minnesota, a Grand Rapids family uses th...

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Art show planned during pheasant hunt Associated Press PIERRE, S.D. - An art show is planned in conjunction with the annual Gov.'s Pheasant Hunt Oct. 23. Organizers expect 39 artists to participate in the Prairie Art Showcase, which will feature ...

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Sportsmen recall heyday for quail TOM HIGGINS It's difficult to imagine going quail hunting and jumping 22 coveys in a day. Seems like a relative fairy tale now, but once upon a time it happened -- and right here in the Carolinas. The subject of...

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Posted on Sun, Oct. 10, 2004 Handicapped hunting rules are changed Associated Press WAUBAY, S.D. - The Game, Fish and Parks Commission has changed the rules governing hunting by handicapped individuals in an attempt to open up the sport to more ...

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Shooting for Small Game: Lock, Stock and Barrel By Gary Strawn “Lock, stock and barrel.” “Just a flash in the pan.” “Keep your powder dry.” These are sayings that, even though used with different meaning today, originally referred to muzzleloader...

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Visiting hunters have purchased fewer North Dakota waterfowl licenses this year, but officials are unsure if the trend will continue through the season. "I think we're going to have a reduction, but the percentage is up in the air yet," said Paul Sc...

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Dampness, predation reduce ringnecks Sunday, October 10, 2004 J. MICHAEL KELLY OUTDOORS WRITER Stocked pheasants will be scarcer than usual this year in Syracuse-area fields, thanks to propagation problems at the state hatchery near Ithaca and the...

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Montana outdoors: Mark Henckel MONTANA OUTDOORS Every year, as the big game hunting season winds down, hunters begin asking the question, "Will the deer or elk season be extended this year?" The question might arise because fire danger closures o...

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Bob Wise, Governor Ed Hamrick, Director News Release : February 27, 2004 Hoy Murphy , Public Information Officer (304) 558-3380 hmurphy@dnr.state.wv.us Contact: Ed Wooton, Pipestem Resort State Park (304) 466-1800 parks@westvirginia.com Up...

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