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Entries for October 2004

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Budget cuts, spring weather impact pheasant forecast As Saturday approaches, the opening day outlook for the 2004 pheasant season appears pessimistic if stocked birds are your target, a bit more optimistic if your aim is to flush wild roosters. D...

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October 08, 2004 Columnist Barb Henderson: Bird hunters greet the start of quail season Barb Henderson is an outdoors enthusiast, freelance writer and producer/host of outdoors radio television programming. Her column appears Friday in the Sun. ...

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Oct. 7, 2004 THREE PHEASANT MANAGEMENT WORKSHOPS SET FOR LATE OCTOBER. Writer: Steve Byrns, (325) 653-4576,s-byrns@tamu.edu Contact: Ken Cearley, (325) 653-4576,k-cearley@tamu.edu FLOYDADA – It's no secret that pheasant hunting is big business on t...

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Montana OKs return of bison hunting Associated Press Helena, Mont. — Wildlife officials voted Thursday to resume hunting of bison in Montana, allowing up to 25 animals to be killed next year if they leave Yellowstone National Park and enter the st...

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Posted on Fri, Oct. 08, 2004 Numbers down as pheasant season opens Associated Press BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota pheasant hunters will not see bird numbers like they did last year when they take to the fields this weekend, but it still should b...

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Posted on Sat, Oct. 09, 2004 It's pheasant season for resident hunters - through Monday Associated Press SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Properly licensed South Dakota hunters can shoot pheasants on public lands through Monday. More than 1 million acres of...

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Indiana Institutes Late Deer Hunting Regulations From the Indiana DNR The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has instituted two new emergency deer hunting rules that modify regulations for this year's deer hunting seasons. The first emergency ...

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Virginia Game & Fish Magazine Virginia's Fall Turkey Hunting Prospects The Old Dominion's turkey flock suffered through terrible hatches in 2002 and 2003. Is more of the same on the horizon, or are better days ahead? Photo by Ralph Hensley By B...

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Minnesota Sportsman Magazine Minnesota's Pheasant Hunting Outlook Our state's pheasant population responded to good nesting conditions last year, and hunters who went afield did well. Don't be left out of the action this season. Photo by Roger...

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HARRISBURG, Pa., Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Pennsylvania Game Commission biologists and field officers are somewhat undecided about what hunters will encounter when they head afield for the Oct. 16 start of the statewide ruffed grouse season. The grouse...

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Tennessee Sportsman Magazine Deer Hunting the Chuck Swan WMA After years of decline, the Chuck Swan WMA is coming back under the effects of new management efforts. Photo by Ron Sinfelt By Dan Kibler The Chuck Swan WMA in East Tennessee has bee...

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DNR hoping to boost bird populations By PAT RAY sports@thestarpress.com MUNCIE - Dale Smith of Anderson would love to go on more serious quail and pheasant hunts close to home in central Indiana. Instead, Smith frequently travels to states such as...

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USDA Proposes Conservation Habitat for Bobwhite Quail By: October 05, 2004 USDA Farm Service Agency recently announced a Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Northern Bobwhite Quail Habitat Initiative that will create habitat for the northern bobwh...

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Stamp selection is ducky for local artist By Joe Kieser Sun Newspapers (Created 10/7/2004 9:11:56 AM) David Chapman’s latest creations literally received a stamp of approval. The Minnetonka resident’s painting of a white-winged Scoter was cho...

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October offers many opportunities for hunting in West Texas Publish Date: October 7, 2004 | Permanent Link photograph by Dennie Miller Hunting Pronghorn Antelope takes place in selected areas of the Trans-Pecos from Oct. 2 to Oct 10 with permit...

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Squirrel hunting can be tough Hunters must be prepared in woods The trees all looked alike, cedar after cedar, and then a few more cedar. The limbs and needles were rough and scratchy; it was a fight to move ahead even a few yards. The land didn't...

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Quail, chukar season set to open in Upland By Jim Niemiec Special to the Daily News VICTORVILLE -- Upland game bird hunters can look forward to some pretty good shot-gunning come opening day of quail and chukar season Oct. 16. The rains came at the...

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National Hunting and Fishing Day By Gordon McHenry Besides Free Fishing Day in California this Saturday, Sept. 25, hunters and anglers of all ages will also be observing the 33rd annual National Hunting and Fishing Day and celebrating nationwide...

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Pheasant hunters who prefer the Walk-In option and don't mind paying the ticket to walk will have access to 162,000 acres of fields and brush on the eastern plains this year, about 2,000 acres more than last season. Ed Gorman, the Division of Wildl...

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Youth Hunting Seasons By Jim Collins 10/03/2004 One of the neatest things to do in all of my outdoor activities is to take a youth hunting, fishing or hiking. The rewards are worth the time to give to a boy or girl and teach them some of the t...

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