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Entries for September 2004

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Wild turkey hunting season starts Oct. 9 News-Messenger reports -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FINDLAY -- It is time for hunters to make preparations for Ohio's upcoming fall wild turkey hunting...

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Posted on Wed, Sep. 29, 2004 It's official: Minnesota the goose hunting capital of the world BY CHRIS NISKANEN Knight Ridder Newspapers ST. PAUL, Minn. - (KRT) - Randy Bartz began his career in insurance but left it to become an illusionist. B...

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Sep 27, 10:46 PM Quail season opens Friday on preserves BY BILL SARGENT FLORIDA TODAY Florida's quail season doesn't open for another six weeks. But wingshooters can get a jump on the season at licensed shooting preserves starting Friday. ...

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By Ed Zieralski UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER September 26, 2004 Kids fished free. Advertisement Adults didn't need state licenses because it was National Hunting and Fishing Day. The result was Lake Cuyamaca drew its biggest crowd yesterday...

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Chuck Oxley Associated Press Sept. 27, 2004 08:10 AM BOISE, Idaho - It happens every year, starting about now. Thousands of wives and girlfriends are left behind while their menfolk head for the hills, chasing a wilder kind of game through the ear...

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ADULTS, KIDS HIT THE OUTDOORS AT HUNTING AND FISHING DAYS BY KRISTEN CATES THE SOUTHERN [Sat Sep 25 2004] CARTERVILLE -- Sitting in her portable chair and holding her Barbie fishing pole, 11-year-old Kayla Pierce waited for the perfect fish to ...

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National Hunting and Fishing Day, 2004 By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation America is a land of majestic beauty, and we take pride in our wildlife, forests, mountains, lakes, rivers, and coastlines. Outdoor recreation i...

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Outdoor view: National Hunting and Fishing Weekend is here By Curt Garfield Saturday, September 25, 2004 Ever wonder what goes on behind the fence at your local Rod and Gun Club? This weekend is the time to find out. National Hunting & Fishi...

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Montana outdoors: Pheasant numbers vary Mark Henckel MONTANA OUTDOORS Hunters looking for a great pheasant season are not going to find it everywhere in Montana this year. Pheasant numbers in some parts of the state took a hard hit from winter, ...

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Coastal development eliminates hunting grounds Associated Press MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - As homes and shopping malls go up where deer once roamed, South Carolina's coastal hunters are finding fewer places where they can participate in their sport. "Y...

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Pheasant shoot planned for disabled hunters BY RANDY MILLER rmiller@thehawkeye.com An outdoor promotions group is seeking a dozen disabled people in southeast Iowa who are looking for an experience in the great outdoors, in this case pheasant hun...

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By Misty Edgecomb, Of the NEWS Staff e-mail Misty Last updated: Saturday, September 25, 2004 Moose hunting season gets under way Monday Beginning Monday, hundreds of permit holders will take to the woods for the 2004 moose hunting season.The nu...

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AUGUSTA -- When Larry Ferrell retired to Maine three years ago, he wanted to hunt bear. A lifelong hunter, he's killed deer, turkey, coyote, ducks and pheasants. He never shot a black bear -- and knew just where to go to get one. But when he approa...

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Iowa Pheasant Harvest Tops 1 Million Again Posted: June 29, 2004 BOONE - More than 140,000 hunters harvested 1.08 million pheasants in Iowa last year, which was an increase of 48 percent over the 2002 harvest estimate of 729,000. The numbers are es...

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Outdoors events this week Sept. 25 is a statewide free fishing day in California. Anglers don't need a fishing license in state regulated water, but all other regulations such as size, species and bag limits apply. Sept. 25 is also the 33rd annual N...

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Posted on Sun, Sep. 05, 2004 Dove hunting spotty on opener BY CHRIS NISKANEN Outdoors Editor Minnesota's first mourning dove season in nearly 60 years began Wednesday with mixed reports of success from around the state. Most hunters reported ...

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DNR's pheasant harvest goal is 750,000 For The Journal Between 1931 and 1964, the average pheasant harvest in Minnesota was 1,046,000 roosters. Between 1965 and 1986, the yearly average had plummeted to 270,000. "That's an astounding change," said...

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Mixed reaction to plans for hunting Draft is readied for two refuges By Matt McDonald, Globe Correspondent | August 15, 2004 The US Fish and Wildlife Service's plan to allow hunting at two regional nature refuges pleases hunters but upsets criti...

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Hawkeye Pheasants: An Early-Season Primer Iowa's 2004 ringneck season is shaping up to be another great one. We give you the wheres and the hows right here. The author congratulates his shorthair after its nice retrieve of a Union County bird. ...

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CRP sign-ups begin today Pheasants Forever encourages farmers, landowners to enroll in CRP Pheasants Forever — Aug. 30, 2004 St. Paul, Minn. —Beginning today, interested farmers and landowners may offer bids to enroll lands in the U.S. Departmen...

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