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Entries for September 2004

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Small changes affect pheasant population The Amarillo Globe-News By making small changes in management, landowners can have a positive, instead of negative, effect on their pheasant population. The birds depend on adequate cover for nesting, bro...

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Deleware Hunting & Fishing Seasons announced 07/27/2003 For information about fish, fowl and game seasons, call 739-3441 or go to www.dnrec.state.de.us/fw. Bass: Year-round season for black sea bass except closed Sept. 2-15, Dec. 1-31; year-round...

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Kurt Mueller column: Hunting Dog Expo has something for everyone Shorter days and cool nights beckon a return to the duck marsh, or to the expanse of South Dakota in quest of the ringneck pheasant, or to the northwoods for that hair-raising flush of...

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Will quail season be good? Survey says, "Yes!" By Vic Allshouse With a wet spring and forage and cover galore, biologists with the Wildlife Department say that even though the results of the August roadside survey are down almost five percent ov...

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Exhibit traces duck hunting history on Delaware River Sunday, September 19, 2004 By Christian Berg, The Associated Press DOYLESTOWN -- Tom Fitzpatrick was a local legend during the heyday of Delaware River duck hunting, when birds were plentiful an...

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Doyle Says He Supports Hunting & Fishing Fee Hikes Wisconsin Ag Connection - 09/23/2004 Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle says he plans to recommend an increase in hunting and fishing license fees in his next state budget, and may also call for raising ...

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Conservation Department Announces Archery Hunts at Oak Mountain State Park The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announces that it will hold an archery deer hunt at Oak Mountain State Park on October 26-27, 2004, and anoth...

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Dove Season Begins Fall Hunting in Alabama With dove hunting season upon us, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources reminds hunters that fields must meet certain guidelines to be considered legal for hunting. The North Zone spl...

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DEM TO STOCK ADDITIONAL PHEASANT IN STATE MANAGEMENT AREAS PROVIDENCE - The Department of Environmental Management will stock pheasant two more times before the pheasant hunting season ends on December 31, providing hunters with additional opportuni...

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Valencia pheasant hunt to be limited Tom Treweek El Defensor Chieftain Reporter TTREWEEK ttreweek@dchieftain.com Valencia County has put a low limit on the number of pheasant hunters allowed on public land during the one-day season Dec. 11. Only...

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Wildlife to benefit from new conservation programs Quail, cranes among animals for which federal programs are seeking more habitat By Robert Pore robert.pore@theindependent.com Two new government conservation programs could help to increase habita...

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Fee proposal targets hunting preference By Charlie Meyers Denver Post Outdoors Editor It's axiomatic in wildlife circles that most hunters prefer a buck or bull to a doe or cow. But will that passion for a big rack, any rack, reach all the way in...

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Oklahoma Completes August Quail Survey From the Oklahoma Dept. of Wildlife Conservation Although roadside bobwhite quail surveys conducted in August showed a slight decrease of five percent over the 14-year average, all indications point to a good s...

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KDFWR Commission Creates New Permits for Deer & Turkey Hunting The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission, in a specially-called meeting, took action this week to create nonresident hunting permits to accompany the junior turkey permit they approved ...

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GUINN CELEBRATES SAGE GROUSE PLAN VOLUNTEER EFFORTS Tuesday, Governor Kenny Guinn enthusiastically honored nearly 160 volunteers whose cumulative efforts over the past four years resulted in the completion of The Greater Nevada Sage Grouse conserva...

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General Information Rains returned to most of the parched areas of Kansas this spring and summer. Hunters in most areas will find excellent habitat conditions and increased numbers of birds. Following are hunting forecasts by region: --------------...

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UPLAND GAME, WATERFOWL REGULATIONS AVAILABLE Regulations brochures for Nevada’s upland game and waterfowl hunting seasons are now available at most sporting goods stores and all Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) offices. Frank Chaves, NDOW super...

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Congratulations to all the kids who participated in the Hunt Safe course in Miller this year. I would like to express appreciation to Dale Simons for teaching the course and to the Wall Lake Hunting Club for assisting with the live fire and supplying...

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Spring rains put damper on ringneck production. (09/10/04) Iowa pheasants won't be in as great abundance as they were a year ago when upland bird hunters head into the fields later this fall. But that doesn't mean the state won't continue to ...

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DOUG LEIER COLUMN: Fall boosts interest in game numbers Getting out in the field still the best way to gauge abundance In coming weeks, we'll be flooded with news about upcoming hunting season projections. Fall flight forecasts for waterfowl and r...

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