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Iowa Pheasant Hunting News

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Iowa Pheasant Numbers Down; Good Hunting Still Available BOONE - The Iowa pheasant population declined 22 percent over the past year, despite having a nearly average winter and spring nesting weather conditions. The lower pheasant count was discove...

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Iowa Pheasant Opener Review by Joe Wilkinson Posted: November 9, 2004 On the Iowa DNR Site Some hunters got birds. Some hunters got blown over. Many wind-whipped pheasant hunters called it quits early on opening day, with sustained 30 mile an ho...

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PHEASANT AND UPLAND GAME NESTING OUTLOOK 2005 Todd Bogenschutz, Upland Wildlife Biologist Boone Wildlife Research Station [515-432-2823] Last year, Iowa’s pheasant population declined 34% compared to the previous year. Numbers declined because a...

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Pheasant season off to wind-blown start Hunting a bit difficult in the wind, but still a rewarding outing. By JULI PROBASCO-SOWERS REGISTER STAFF WRITER October 30, 2005 Forest City, Ia. — Sally Prickett settled her shotgun over her shoulder and ...

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TOP U.S. PHEASANT STATES (In Alphabetical Order) Iowa: There was a 30 percent drop in harvested birds to a total of 750,000 in 2004. Nevertheless, Iowa remains the second biggest pheasant state and this year should reinforce that position. Thi...

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DES MOINES, Iowa State officials say pheasant hunters in Iowa should find more birds this fall than in 2004. Officials with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources say a mild winter and favorable spring nesting conditions should result in healthy p...

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Pheasant Hunting in Iowa is Part of Thanksgiving Tradition Posted: November 23, 2004 DES MOINES - The Thanksgiving tradition means more than just a big meal with family. In many homes, it means heading out to hunt Iowa's number one game - the ringn...

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Iowa Pheasant Season Ends with a Bang by Lowell Washburn Posted: January 11, 2005 CLEAR LAKE---Jonathan Conder is my hero. He's also the local, Channel-3 TV weatherman. I elevated him to hero status the moment I heard him predict the arrival of a...

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by Joe Wilkinson Posted: November 9, 2004 Some hunters got birds. Some hunters got blown over. Many wind-whipped pheasant hunters called it quits early on opening day, with sustained 30 mile an hour blasts common across all of Iowa. That had phe...

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Hunting Not Best Choice for Iowa Pig Problem By Lowell Washburn, Iowa DNR Carl Priebe used to spend his days overseeing the 20 Wildlife Management Areas in southwest Iowa. That meant making sure the waterfowl, upland game and forest animals had the ...

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New program geared toward helping quail population BOONE - Iowa's quail population has been on a steep decline since the late 1970s, but a new effort by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Department of Agriculture is attemptin...

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Heavy snow is no friend to vulnerable ringnecks. (1-14-05) Heavy snow might be good for skiers and showshoers, but it's no friend to many species of wildlife, notably pheasants. Less than a week after the close of the season, Iowa's top gameb...

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Pheasant season said to be mixed by Darwin Danielson Reports say Iowa's biggest hunting season ended with mixed results. Iowa Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologist Todd Bogenschutz says surveys showed the pheasant population was down a...

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Pheasant hunters bag fewer birds this season The drop could hurt the $53 million sport, but it's too soon to tell what impact it will have, officials say. By JULI PROBASCO-SOWERS REGISTER STAFF WRITER Hunters bagged nearly a third fewer pheasants ...

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Dove-hunting effort gets another shot It is among controversial issues that are expected to be brought up in the new Legislature. By PERRY BEEMAN REGISTER STAFF WRITER Iowans could be allowed to shoot mourning doves. Lawmakers plan to reopen deba...

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After Iowa corn harvest, pheasant season should pick up Sunday, November 14, 2004 There is a silver lining to this year's very slow start to Iowa's hunting season. When farmers finally harvest remaining standing corn, pheasants will be force...

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Chilly wind wicked for pheasant hunters Breezy opening day keeps the birds hiding in corn and the hunters at home. http://desmoinesregister.com By JULI PROBASCO-SOWERS REGISTER STAFF WRITER October 31, 2004 Bayard, Ia. - Wind gusts of 40-50 mph...

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Getting an early start By:Todd Burras, Outdoors Writer October 29, 2004 Special season gives youth a chance to hunt pheasants a week before the state opener. (10/29/04) COLO - Take a gusty wind, skittish birds and a dozen inexperienced...

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Steve Lekwa Steve Lekwa's weekly outdoors column for Oct. 29, 2004. Iowa often claims national top production honors in corn and sometimes in soybeans. We're always in the running for top honors for another major "crop," too, and that's rooster p...

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Part of Coralville Lake Opens to Bow Hunting Friday, October 01, 2004, 6:25:37 PM From The KCRG-TV9 Iowa City Newsroom The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has opened a part of Coralville Lake to bow hunters. Until now, the Squire Point Trail has b...

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