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Conservation a priority for hunters, anglers
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The National Wildlife Federation recently released a national public opinion poll of 800 hunters and anglers that illustrates sportsmens' attitudes about public lands, conservation, global warming and habitat restitution for environmental disasters. More



Hunting season could mean big bucks for Alabama sporting retailers
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Hunting season is just weeks away, and that means many sporting goods retailers are stocking their shelves for the annual rush on hunting gear. It's a spending season that makes a big impact for retailers' bottom lines. The figure: $67 billion. That's the total economic impact from the hunting industry in the United States, according to the Assocation of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Alabama is the fifth largest consumer of hunting equipment in the nation. More

Wisconsin DNR tracking deer disease found in 6 counties
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As Wisconsin's hunting season gets under way, a disease may be getting to some deer before any bullets or arrows. "Right now, we're dealing with about 185 deer or so that we've found in a variety of different counties," says Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Regional Wildlife Program Supervisor Eric Lobner. Epizootic hemorrhagic disease, known as EHD, has been confirmed in six Wisconsin counties: Columbia, Rock, Sauk, Dane, Waukesha and Jefferson. Lobner says this is the second time Wisconsin has documented an outbreak. The first was in 2002, when 14 deer died in Iowa County. The disease is carried by small flies called midges and is much more common in the Southern United States. More

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Wyoming Game and Fish talks bear safety, bear spray use
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Hunting seasons for wolves and antelope began Oct. 1 in portions of Wyoming. Officials with Wyoming Game and Fish are reminding hunters and those who frequent back country areas in the state about the importance of having a can or two of bear spray nearby. Game and Fish information officer Robin Kepple says if approached by a bear, hunters must aim their spray toward the bear's face for the spray to be effective More

Minnesota duck hunting takes a break in south and central zones
St. Paul Pioneer Press    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
The marshes and swamps of central and southern Minnesota should fall quiet. Waterfowl hunting is prohibited in the southern two-thirds of the state, part of a staggered schedule the state has developed during the past few years to open the season earlier but extend it through Thanksgiving, or likely ice-up. This includes hunting for ducks and geese, whether over water or land. Not everyone is aware, so the state provides a breakdown of areas and dates. More


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Washington, Oregon, Idaho among the nation's top hunting destinations with the worst weather
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A national survey on the best hunting destinations with the worst weather conditions recently was revealed, and Washington, Oregon and Idaho were chosen among the nation's top 10. The results were part of a study conducted by W.L. Gore & Associates, the makers of GORE-TEX. According to a news release, the company surveyed hunters, representatives of top hunting organizations and members of the hunting media. More

Yakima, Wash., angler turns to guiding on the Klickitat River
The Spokesman-Review via Missoulian    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Vince Froehlich's drift boat was dressed to kill. Six rods were rigged and ready to hunt down king salmon and steelhead with bobber and egg setups, plugs or divers. A dozen spare leaders were rolled on a foam dispenser. Lures in every shape, size and color were organized in see-through boxes. It's no accident the plugs seem remarkably clean. "I occasionally run them through the dishwasher," said the operator of North Fork Angling guide service. "It's a big leap from being a fisherman to being a fishing guide," said Froehlich, 43, as he started working the oars on the Klickitat River. More

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Hunters aim for success as deer population booms
Daily Press & Argus via Livingston Daily    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Archery deer season began in Michigan on Oct. 1 and runs through Nov. 14 and although hunters won't see many differences in the way of state regulations from last year's season, they might notice more brown targets running around out there. That's courtesy of the warm winter, which didn't do anything to dent southern Michigan's disproportionately large deer herd. Bob Sifton, a longtime hunter who runs an archery program for the Livingston County Wildlife and Conservation Club, said deer likely will be more concentrated in some areas than normal this year. More
 

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