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Hunting Plan Wins Support (AP) -- Senator Kent Conrad says he's encouraged by the support for a proposal to pay farmers and ranchers who allow the public on their land. The bill, called the ``Open Fields'' program, was authored by Conrad and Kansa...

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Hunting leases spark debate By RON TSCHIDA, Chronicle Staff Writer Concerned about what it calls diminishing hunting opportunities on private land, the Montana Wildlife Federation recently announced a campaign to prohibit all "privatization or comm...

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West Virginia Game & Fish Magazine 6 District Bowhunting Hotspots in West Virginia Here's a district-by-district outlook at some of our state's top counties for early-season bowbenders. Is one or more near you? By Bruce Ingram Last month this ...

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HUNTING: Quail, dove forecast indicates banner year BRYAN LEE Tucson Citizen GARY GAYNOR/Tucson Citizen Gambel's quail Wildlife experts say the quail and dove outlooks for central Arizona are decent this year, which should translate into the ...

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Posted on Wed, Jun. 30, 2004 Pheasants Forever taking flight with TV series BY CHRIS NISKANEN Pioneer Press The conservation group Pheasants Forever is making its move to cable television. Officials with the St. Paul organization say Pheasants ...

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Dove, quail populations thriving in central Arizona Compiled from news sources Jun. 17, 2004 12:00 AM Conditions in central Arizona are favorable for dove and quail hunting when the general seasons open Sept. 1 and Oct. 8, respectively. "The q...

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When voters in Michigan faced a referendum to ban the use of bait and hounds in bear hunting, they had a choice: Vote for the ban, or choose a second option to let the state wildlife commission regulate bear hunting. Voters chose the latter, giving...

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Hunting changes highlight meeting -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- By CECIL HERNDON editor@kentuckynewera.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PENNYRI...

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HARRISBURG - Although the 2004 youth pheasant hunt is several months away - Oct. 9 and 11 - Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Vern Ross wants to remind hunting clubs that they have until Saturday to register to host a mentored youth phe...

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July 26, 2004 01:14 PM US Eastern Timezone Cabela's Named Presenting Sponsor of Pheasant Fest 2005; Nebraska Retailer to be Event's Biggest Exhibitor ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 26, 2004--Pheasants Forever (PF) announced a partnership ...

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New duck hunting rules not yet settled Friday, Jun 25, 2004 By Joe Mosby Arkansas News Correspondent HOPE - Changes in duck hunting are coming, officials of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission said Thursday at their June meeting here. The poss...

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Opinions Vary on Minnesota Waterfowl Hunting From the Minnesota DNR A large majority of Minnesota's waterfowl hunters are satisfied with their hunting experience, but nearly half wish they could harvest more ducks, according to a recently released s...

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Posted on Fri, Jun. 25, 2004 Road hunting lawsuit scheduled for court hearing JOE KAFKA Associated Press PIERRE, S.D. - Circuit Judge Kathleen Trandahl of Winner will consider arguments on Wednesday in a legal challenge to a new state law that...

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Posted on Sun, Jul. 04, 2004 Longer Minnesota pheasant season has its skeptics BY CHRIS NISKANEN Outdoors editor Minnesota's hen pheasant population won't be hurt by the state's newly extended rooster season, but not all the state's hunters and...

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Indiana State Wildlife Update Here's the latest on what to expect this season for deer, waterfowl, turkeys and more, straight from one of our state's top wildlife officials. By Tom Berg What's in store for Hoosier hunters this season? Here, Ind...

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Wet spring could impact pheasant numbers By: , Associated Press 06/21/2004 Heavy spring rains could leave Iowa with fewer pheasants when hunting season starts in the fall. Some nests were washed away and many newly hatched chicks probably die...

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Hunting thriving in Ohio By Gene Mueller THE WASHINGTON TIMES The National Wild Turkey Federation suggests a hard look should be taken at the tremendous numbers of wildlife across America these days. It says one group stands above all others...

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June 16, 2004, 10:58PM Dwindling quail populations create crisis situation Texas takes lead by starting plan to reverse trend By SHANNON TOMPKINS Copyright 2004 Houston Chronicle Many, perhaps a majority, of today's 21-plus million Texans never hav...

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ALBANY – Fast-flying dove are a fickle lot as every wing-shooter knows. They're often here today in droves ahead of early autumn cold fronts and gone tomorrow by the time the dew dries. But Rob Hailey, a Shackelford County rancher, has learned to e...

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Local teen receives high hunting honor Sunday, July 04, 2004 West Bank bureau A Gretna teenager is among several New Orleans area youth who recently earned top honors at the Louisiana Youth Hunter Education Challenge, held by the Department of Wildli...

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