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Dan & Jeff Header face left SHOW #530 | 2010 JULY 24

• How does hunting in China compare to hunting in the U.S?
• Walleyes, muskies and blueberries at Lake of the Woods!
• Lake Michigan trout & salmon action is hot close to shore.

• Jeff heads for South Dakota on his honeymoon.
• Dan takes a TV crew to Louisiana to chronicle the impact of the oil spill on wildlife.
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Do you agree with the emergency rule that prohibits bowhunters from shooting antlerless deer in 19 DMUs that are more than 20 percent below their population goal levels?

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Should Wisconsin’s fall turkey season end prior to gun deer season?

Background: Wisconsin’s statewide 2010 fall turkey season runs from Sept. 18 through Nov. 18. In five of the state’s seven turkey zones, there is an extended season that runs from Nov. 29 through Dec. 31. This is an experimental extension that will end this year.

The extended fall season may appear as a permanent rule offering on the spring 2011 fish & game hearings questionnaire.

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wildlife ecologist with the University of Wisconsin-Madison, reports on his recent trip to China for the International Forum on Hunting.


executive director of Lake of the Woods Tourism, reports on summer fishing and festivals in northern Minnesota.


proprietor of Dumper Dan’s Sportfishing Charters of Sheboygan, reports on hot Lake Michigan trout and salmon action close to shore

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Looking for Fishing Contests? Find them all online.


July 31: Indianapolis, IN banquet
Aug. 14: Winchester, WI banquet
Aug. 17: Minneapolis, MN banquet
Aug. 19: Blackduck, MN banquet
Aug. 19: Madison, WI banquet


Now through Labor Day: Town of Eagle in Waukesha County, WI – Eagle Springs Lake 2nd annual carp attack. $500 reward for catching or shooting one of 6 tagged carp. If you get one, Contact: Tom Day at 262-594-3231. Dispose of untagged carp in the dumpster at the public boat landing.

July 31: McMiller Sports Center, S103 W38754 Hwy NN, Eagle, WI. Neighbor’s Day, 4-6 p.m. Free pig roast, meet McMiller staff, tour the facility. Contact: 262-594-5900. Online Info: McMiller Shooting Center

July 24: Wigwam Resort, Lake of the Woods, MN. Beach Bash. Contact: Wigwam Resort, 800-448-9260. Online Info:

July 29: 6:30 p.m. Ultimate Land Management for Whitetails, Milford Hills Hunt Club. Tony LaPratt will present his free seminar on managing your land for trophy bucks. Contact: Milford Hills Hunt Club, 920-699-2249. Online Info:

Aug. 2: Permit application deadline for fall turkey, sharp-tailed grouse, bobcat, otter, fisher & Horicon/Collins zone Canada goose. Online Info: Wisconsin DNR

Aug. 7-8: Northwest Angle, Lake of the Woods, MN. Blueberry Festival. Contact: Lake of the Woods Tourism, 800-382-FISH. Online Info:

Aug. 12: Baudette, MN. North American Sturgeon Championship. Contact: Lake of the Woods Tourism, 800-382-FISH. Online Info:

Aug. 13-14: Lake of the Torches Casino, Lac du Flambeau, WI. Fish Fry Fest! Meet Capt. Sig Hansen of The Deadliest Catch TV show, Mad Dog & Merrill, The Bassmeister Kurt Strutz, live music by Hand Picked Bluegrass, Dan Small & Brad Karstaedt, Best Fish Cookoff with $9,000 in prizes. Contact: Chuck Collins, 715-757-2370. Online Info: WI UP Events

Aug. 14: Milwaukee Casting Club Trapshoot to benefit Wisconsin Paralyzed Veterans of America, club grounds in New Berlin. Online Info: Milwaukee Casting Club

Aug. 20-21: Fall Fest, Midwestern Shooters Supply, Lomira, Wis. Free admission! Manufacturers’ reps, gun auction, sportsmen’s swap meet, trout pond, fishing contest, sporting clays contest, meet Under Armor’s Whitney Isenhart, live music, good food, specials on outdoor gear. Contact: 920-269-4995. Online Info:

Aug. 20-22: Living Wild Outdoors Festival, Players Choice Expo Hall, Appleton, WI. Seminars by Dan Small – “Fall Turkey Tactics”; Brandon Wikman – “Youth in the Outdoors”; Chris Hermans – The Business of Outdoor TV; Brad Rucks – “Food Plots and Trail Cameras.” 3-D archery course, antler contest, fish pond and more. Contact: 920-731-7529. Online Info: Living Wild Outdoors

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Operation Deer Watch Begins Aug. 1!
Citizens asked to help monitor deer reproduction in Wisconsin.

August 1 marks the beginning of the two-month summer deer observation period during which DNR biologists, foresters, property managers, wardens and staff from the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Forest Service record the deer they see as they go about their daily duties.

Yearly since 1960, DNR employees have reported the location, deer type, and number of fawns seen from dawn to dusk for the summer months. These observations are one of many factors biologists use in developing deer population
estimates and monitoring herd health.

You can help by recording YOUR observations of deer during these two months. Direct observations from the field provide important information for deer managers, especially in northern and central forest deer management units (DMU) where harsh winter weather can have a much greater impact on fawn production the following spring.

In the northern and central forest regions, observations are bunched into “population modeling” groups of 3 to 4 deer management units and plugged into the department’s deer population estimating model. Each summer new observational data are put into the population estimate.

In addition to DNR staff summer field observations, the department also mails a summer wildlife inquiry to about 5,000 rural landowners across the state. The landowner survey is not incorporated directly into population models but is compared to previous years to track population trends.

Guidelines for Operation Deer Watch:

  1. Report only for the months of August and September.
  2. Be sure to enter deer management unit (map included on survey) for each observation.
  3. Record only those deer observed from dawn to dusk (when headlights are not used for driving).
  4. Use one survey form for each observation. An observation is defined as all the deer seen at any one time in any location; e.g., If you see a doe and stop your car, and after waiting a few minutes see two fawns apparently with the doe, that would be one observation. If upon driving a couple more miles you see another deer, that would be another observation.
  5. Record all deer you see, not just does with fawns.
  6. If you would like to have a summary of your observations e-mailed to you at the end
    of the survey period, enter your e-mail address for every observation.

You can record your observations at the end of every day, or for times when you will not have access to a computer and the web and would like to keep track of your observations, please print out this tally sheet [35KB PDF] and record your sightings. Then periodically return to the survey page, using the tally sheet to help you fill out the survey.

Please feel free to inform others of this survey. Thank you in advance for all your hard work and cooperation.

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