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Friday September 24, 2004 Dove hunting returns to Basin MORONGO BASIN - Dove hunting season has returned to the Morongo Basin. The season opened on Wednesday, Sept. 1, and will run through Wednesday, Sept. 15. Officials at the Morongo Basin sherif...

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2004 “Make A Splash” Water Festival At Outdoor Alabama Expo Who is invited to “Make A Splash?” Young Alabamians can be a part of a nationwide effort to raise awareness of the critical need for water education. The initiative, “Make A Splash,” w...

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Hooked on hunting in the fall September 10, 2004 Jeff Lampe jlampe@pjstar.com September can be a strange month. Most transition months are. But to me the switch from summer to fall is particularly noteworthy. Hot days followed by cold night...

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Maryland Late Waterfowl Hunting Seasons Selected – Atlantic Population Goose Season To Include 2-Bird Daily Bag Limit -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ANNAPOLIS – Maryland Department of Natural Resou...

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FAIR HUNTING FORECAST FOR UPLAND GAME HUNTERS By Geoff Schneider Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) biologists are forecasting an upcoming season of mixed blessings for the state’s upland game hunters as chukar hunting is expected to drop off fro...

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9/23/2004, 2:53 p.m. ET By TIM MARTIN The Associated Press LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A bill that would lower the legal age to hunt deer, elk and bear with firearms in Michigan has stalled while sponsors seek a version that could win support from G...

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Dad Delivers Baby on Hunting Trip Sep. 10, 2004 Sam Penrod Reporting Every kindergartner would love to be able to boast to classmates he was born a month early, in a pickup truck and dad had to be the doctor, getting instructions on the delivery fr...

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Suburban community wrestles with deer hunting in subdivision Associated Press ST. LOUIS - A suburban community in west St. Louis County is split on whether to permit the killing of deer in its residential subdivision. The decision could come as e...

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BLACK-TAILED DEER HUNTING TO OPEN ON KAUA‘I The Department of Land and Natural Resources announces the opening of a black-tailed deer hunting season on the island of Kaua‘i on selected weekends, beginning in the month of September. The hunting se...

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MUSCATINE, Iowa The Muscatine City Council says bow hunters can begin hunting in the city limits to reduce the city's deer population beginning October first. The council voted six-to-one to approve the hunt. Officials say the hunt should only be do...

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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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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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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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Posted on Fri, Sep. 03, 2004 Legislators want hunting, fishing license fees reconsidered CHET BROKAW Associated Press PIERRE, S.D. - The state Game, Fish and Parks Commission must take another look at its recent decision to increase hunting and...

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Hunting forecast 2004 - High desert region Thursday, September 16, 2004 Deer 2004 rating: C Change from 2003: Decline Fawns suffered in last year's drought and tough winter. From Our Advertiser Maupin, West Biggs, White River and ...

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The joys of hunting dove By Don Sapatkin Inquirer Staff Writer Sportsmen can get antsy by the end of summer. The trout are largely done biting. The fresh-killed game they jammed into big chest freezers last year is long gone. Their reflexes need ...

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