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Washington Pheasant Hunting News

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MOTHER earns Field & Stream’s Best of the Best Award In only its third year in existence, MOTHER™ has earned Field & Stream’s coveted Best of the Best award for its patent pending ONEPack™ Ridgeline. According to a letter sent by Field & Stream mag...

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Washington hunter trying to keep pheasant count high By Bob Frye TRIBUNE-REVIEW OUTDOORS EDITOR http://pittsburghlive.com/x/tribune-review/sports/outdoors/s_361159.html Sunday, August 7, 2005 Brian Hanna has this year, as he always does, saved some...

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“Doghouse Construction Contest” at Marshfield Fair hunting down funds for Marshfield Animal Shelter. South Shore’s contractors and handymen and handywomen are urged to contact Marshfield-based Taylor Lumber/ACE Hardware to participate in the canin...

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Basin pheasant season set to open By Denny Church Denny Church Columbia Basin upland game bird hunters will find pockets of pheasants this weekend surrounded by compromised habitat with relatively few birds. Biologists predict the Snake River a...

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Outdoors Notebook: Pheasant hunting likely to be subpar Thursday, October 21, 2004 By ALLEN THOMAS, Columbian staff writer Pheasant season opens Saturday in Eastern Washington, with hunters not expected to enjoy a bonanza year. Cold, wet w...

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Black bear passes out on resort lawn Bruin consistently chose local brew Rainer over macro-brew Busch Associated Press — Aug. 19, 2004 BAKER LAKE — Rain-eeeeer ... Bear? When state Fish and Wildlife agents recently found a black bear passed out...

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Cougar hunting with dogs may get trial resumption Thursday, September 30, 2004 The Columbian OLYMPIA - A three-year experimental program to allow the resumption of cougar hunting with hounds in five northeast Washington counties will be consider...

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OLYMPIA - Cougar, pheasants and white-tailed deer will be key topics for discussion at a public workshop on game-management issues scheduled Aug. 28 by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). Designed as a progress report on WDFW's 2...

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Western Washington Pheasant Hunting By Patricia Thompson, Wildlife Biologist and Curt Young, Wildlife Area Manager Many people in the state of Washington enjoy the sport of pheasant hunting. There are currently 26 pheasant release sites in western ...

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Outdoors Notebook: Wildlife vehicle plates studied Thursday, August 5, 2004 By ALLEN THOMAS, Columbian staff writer OLYMPIA - Vehicle owners may have several options for wildlife-themed license plates if design proposals by the Department of Fis...

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OLYMPIA - The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission is expected to consider adopting rules regarding chronic wasting disease (CWD) and 2004-05 waterfowl hunting when it meets Aug. 6-7 in Lynnwood. The commission, a nine-member citizens panel whic...

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Eastside pheasant hunting season has changes by Dave Ware, Upland Game Program Manager There are several changes in store for eastern Washington pheasant hunters this fall. The most significant is that this year will be the first in a long time th...

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