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Entries for August 2004

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State receives $50K grant to promote hunting program Friday, July 30, 2004 California has received a $50,000 National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) grant to help expand and enhance hunting opport-unities. The California Depart-ment of Fish and...

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Web posted Sunday, August 1, 2004 It pays to be bear aware while hunting By ERIC MORRISON JUNEAU EMPIRE As eager hunters hike up to the alpine early in the season searching for deer, they must first make their way through thick brush or over he...

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Conservation Advisory Board Again Recommends Turkey Decoys In a special called meeting, the Conservation Advisory Board voted 7 to 2 today to affirm its earlier recommendation to legalize the use of decoys for turkey hunting. The original affirm...

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Hunting experience yields record turkey 08/02/04 Michelle Felter Email this story to a friend Mike Glaus SIKESTON - Michael U. Glaus has been hunting for years. Since a friend introduced him to hunting as a teenager, he has hunted deer, dove...

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Replay of waterfowl hunting is likely Thursday, July 29, 2004 Oregon waterfowl hunters seem assured of season lengths and limits almost identical to those of last fall and winter. From Our Advertiser "I don't see any problems at al...

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Outdoors: Skip Hess Fall turkey hunting season added August 1, 2004 The majority of turkey and deer hunters got what they asked for for the 2005-06 hunting seasons at public hearings held by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Fish and...

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OUTDOORS NOTES Ohio sets seasons for fowl hunting Sunday, August 01, 2004 The early Ohio hunting seasons for mourning doves, Canada geese, teal and woodcock have been approved by the Ohio Wildlife Council. The regular duck and goose seasons have y...

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DNR says duck hunting season to open early Publishing date: 08-02-2004 09:52 AM ST. PAUL (AP) _ This year's duck hunting season is opening a week earlier in Minnesota. The D-N-R says the decision to open the 60-day season on September 25th instead ...

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Kerry talks about his faith, lifetime of hunting By Nedra Pickler The Associated Press SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - John Kerry is talking more openly about his personal connection to God and guns as he kicks off the general election campaign asking for su...

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Quail eggs: Good for your brain, heart and parts south BY LINDA BLADHOLM food@herald.com When stockbroker Jaime Correa relocated his family from Bogotá to South Florida five years ago, he couldn't have guessed that quail farming was in his future...

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Texas quail hunting season opens September 24 at Leon River Ranch Hunting begins September 24, 2004, at Leon River Ranch and Shooting Preserve in Texas for quail, pheasant and chukar, and runs to Easter. The facility offers upland hunting trips fo...

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By Karl J. Power VALLEY NEWS DISPATCH Sunday, August 1, 2004 If I could choose one thing I most agree with when it comes to Game Commission issues, it would have to be the special youth hunts. The special hunts for squirrel, waterfowl, pheasants ...

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Waterfowl hunting season similar to last year U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing hunting regulations for the upcoming 2004-2005 waterfowl season similar to those set last year. Under the Service’s late-s...

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Public hunt here could be lovey dovey Jeffrey Gautreaux Sun Staff Writer Jul 31, 2004 Email this page Printer friendly page Subscribe to The Sun A local nonprofit wildlife habitat group is working on a project to offer a public dove hunt nea...

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Dordan: Nature adapts to WNV By TERRY DORDAN — Wet 'n' Wild OK, bird lovers everywhere, relax. Whether you like to watch birds through binoculars or over the barrel of your favorite scatter gun, we are not losing our birds to West Nile Virus. It see...

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Rush Darter Placed on State Protected Species List The rush darter, Etheostoma phytophilum, a species of fish that occurs only in the Black Warrior River System of Alabama, has been added to the Nongame Species Regulation 220-2.-92 effective July 16...

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Last updated: Saturday, July 31, 2004 Summer is time to sharpen skills for fall hunting Several options enable success Along with work and unending yard care chores, I manage to fit in a good bit of fishing. Among regular trout brooks and lakes a...

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Arizona Ruling Won't Affect ND Hunting (AP) _ North Dakota's attorney general says a duck-hunting battle with Minnesota shouldn't be affected by a separate federal court decision on out-of-state hunters. Earlier this month, a federal judge tossed ...

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New Jersey Agencies Face Off Over Bear Hunting Jennifer Hile National Geographic Channel July 29, 2004 The New Jersey Fish and Game Council recently voted ten to one in favor of a black bear hunt this year, sparking a debate over how many bears ac...

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Minnesota's duck season will open on Sept. 25 and run for 60 days. Based on opinion surveys, hunters prefer that date rather than waiting until Oct. 2, the Department of Natural Resources said last week. The season will open at 9 a.m. instead of th...

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