Catch And Release…25,000 Times

A True Fish Story As we prepare to celebrate National Hunting & Fishing Day this Saturday, it seems only appropriate to recognize the accomplishment of Dave Romeo of Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. In September of 2007, Romero scored a position in the Guinness World Record as he caught, recorded and released his twenty five thousandth (25,000) bass…
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In Her Own Words: A Once In A Life Time Elk Hunt

a first hand account of a recent ND elk from a lady from New Salem, ND: We had went over to Belfield on Wed to scout Wed and Thurs to start Fri. On Wed we saw 4 bulls in the park, then saw 5 Thurs morning. So I walked about 3 miles to see if…
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NRA Update

WISCONSIN:  Bill Seeks to Make Animal Abuse Equal to Domestic Abuse!  Introduced by State Senators Fred Risser (D-26), Tim Carpenter (D-3), and Julie Lassa (D-24), Senate Bill 162 seeks to make "harm or threat of harm" to an animal a form of domestic abuse, potentially meaning the loss of one’s Second Amendment rights.  SB 162…
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Migration Report

Waterfowl hunters should have good opportunities in the southeastern andnorth-central parts of the state, as well as north of Jamestown, includingthe Devils Lake area, when the season opens for state residents onSaturday. However, a mid-week survey by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Servicenotes that water conditions in the northwest and central portions of thestate are…
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Central Dakota Outdoors Report

Dakota Recreation Report for September 21, 2007 The Jamestown Sun – 09/21/2007 Jamestown Sun Dakota Recreation Report Sept. 21, 2007 Patricia Stockdill Fishing tournaments: Sept. 30: Missouri River, Rifle Range. Fishing: Southeast District Game Wardens: No reports available. Antelope Lake, Pierce County: Continued good for walleye. Coal Mine Lake, Anamoose: Fair for northern pike. Perch…
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