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Monthly Archives: September 2013

TPWD Discounts Online Entries in Big Time Texas Hunts

AUSTIN, Texas — The Lone Star State boasts some of the finest hunting anywhere in the country, and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Big Time Texas Hunts offer hunters a chance to experience the best of the best. Tommy H. Bridgers would agree. Last year, the 65-year-old steel plate…


TPWD Finalizes Dove, Teal Seasons

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department finalized the early season migratory game bird regulations, which includes dove and teal seasons for 2008-09. Texas hunters will see a 16-day September teal season and no changes to the South Dove Zone segments. The North Zone runs Sept. 1-Oct. 30,…


Texas Sporting Clays Association offers youth shoots

AUSTIN, Texas — The crack of gunfire at the range and the competitive spirit among shooting enthusiasts might be a bit intimidating to young rookie shooters, but the Texas Sporting Clays Association wants to ensure it ushers in this new generation of competitors. The association is offering its Bob Brister…


Waterfowl Hunters Reminded of Upcoming Season Proposal Hearings and Meetings

MADISON – Waterfowl hunters are reminded of upcoming public meetings and hearings on the 2008 duck and Canada goose hunting seasons. Citizens can attend one of several hearings or submit comments directly through midnight Aug. 7, 2008. State waterfowl hunting season are structured around the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s…


Test Results Show VHS Fish Disease Hasn’t Spread in Wisconsin

MADISON – All planned testing of wild fish for VHS fish disease has been completed for 2008, and results show that so far, the deadly fish virus has not spread in Wisconsin and that state waters have not suffered the kind of fish kills once feared. Fish from 67 different…


Engineers Working With Dam Owners to Assess Flood Damage, Make Repairs

MADISON – With record high waters receding in many southern Wisconsin communities, state dam safety engineers are helping owners of Wisconsin’s public and private dams finish assessing the damage and where to go next. DNR staff inspected or had contact with the owners of more than 200 dams during the…


Handicapped Hunters Are Key Players in Goose Island Conservation Plan In Wisconsin

LA CROSSE – A popular and effective two-day gun deer hunt for people with disabilities returns for a third year this December to Goose Island on the Mississippi River. Wildlife officials said the 2006 and 2007 managed deer hunts earned high marks from the participants and the public as well…


Fish Kill Occurs on Lake Francis Case

CHAMBERLAIN, S.D.- South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks officials received reports of a fish kill on Lake Francis Case on Friday, July 25. Anglers reported large numbers of dead fish south of the White River confluence area. Department of Environment and Natural Resources staff were contacted and a GFP staff…


North Dakota Swan Hunt Applications Online

Online applications for North Dakota’s 2008 tundra swan licenses are available and the deadline for applying is Aug. 13. North Dakota residents and nonresidents are eligible to apply. Interested hunters can print out an application for mailing, or submit a lottery application online at the state Game and Fish Department…


North Dakota Prairie Chicken Applications Due Aug. 13

Hunters interested in chasing prairie chickens in October will need to have their applications in the mail and postmarked no later than Aug. 13. The prairie grouse hunting season will be held Oct. 11-19 in portions of Grand Forks County (north unit) and in southeastern North Dakota (south unit). A…