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FEBRUARY 05, 2011 |  SHOW #606

thisweek• Live off the land like a modern hunter-gatherer!
• Catch pike & panfish when the ice fishing is tough.
• Sneak preview of the Wisconsin Deer & Turkey EXPO.

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upclose-kelm • Jeff qualifies for the NAIFC Championship and U.S. Ice Fishing Team Fish-Off.
• Dan talks to hundreds of fans at the Milwaukee Boat Show.
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Do you believe a vocal minority of outspoken DNR critics is threatening the future of hunting and fishing in Wisconsin?

YES 86% | NO 14% | MAYBE 20% | UNDECIDED 0% |
OTHER 0% IMPRESSIONS: 162 | RESPONSES: 7 |
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Should Wisconsin residents be allowed to vote on Conservation Congress Spring Hearing questions via the Internet?

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Crossbow question highlights hearings

pollpicThe Wisconsin Conservation Congress Outreach Committee recently addressed the question of whether people should be allowed to vote on Spring Hearing questions via the Internet instead of attending a hearing in person and voting there, as has always been the case in the past. The annual turnout of 4,000-6,000 at Spring Hearings is a small percentage of the million plus hunters and anglers in the state. Opponents of voting on the Internet point out that large groups of people who are not informed on the issues or who oppose all hunting, fishing and trapping could vote in blocs and thus influence the outcome of certain questions.

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TONY NESTER

Founder of Ancient Pathways, a desert survival school in Flagstaff, Arizona, shares some tips for wilderness survival and living off the land.

 

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TOM GRUENWALD

HT Enterprises pro staffer offers mid-season ice-fishing tactics for finicky fish.

 

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GLENN HELGELAND

Director of the Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo gives us highlights of the expo, set for April 1-3 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison.

 

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FISHING CONTESTS  Find them ALL online @ American Fishing Contests
RUFFED GROUSE SOCIETY BANQUETS & EVENTS  Online Info:

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  • Sundays through Mar. 6: Buck Trail Archers Weekly 3D Diehard Challenge, 32622 Yahnke Rd., Burlington. Breakfast, lunch and refreshments available. Online Info: Contact: 262-763-9656
  • Feb. 4: Waukesha County Conservation Alliance 50th Annual Dinner, Olympia Resort, 1350 Royal Mile Rd., Oconomowoc. Doors open at 5:30, dinner at 7:00. Tickets $40 must be ordered by Jan. 19. Contacts: Ken 262-547-2802; Sid 262-542-3684
  • Feb. 5: Free Kids Ice Fishing Clinics, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Humbolt, McCarty, McGovern, Scout Lake and Wilson parks in Milwaukee County; Menomonee Park/Lannon Quarry in Waukesha County. Contact: Matt Coffaro, 414-263-8614 Online Info:
  • Feb. 11-13: Milwaukee Muskie Expo, State Fair Park. Seminars, tackle, boats, guides, resorts, lodges & more. Online Info: Contact: Reuter Show Productions 608-445-4645
  • Feb. 16: Outdoor Wisconsin Banquet, Country Springs Hotel, Pewaukee. Dinner, raffles, auctions, meet cast and crew of Outdoor Wisconsin. Doors open 5:30. Online Info: Contact: Kat Reilly 414-297-7875
  • Feb. 18-20: Central Wisconsin Sports Show, Patriot Center, Wausau. Boats, motors, charters, resorts, seminars, outdoor gear, tackle, guns, guides, campgrounds, archery & more. Online Info: Contact: CIA Marketing 715-757-2370
  • Feb. 19: Havenwoods Annual Winter Naturefest, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Havenwoods State Forest, 6141 N. Hopkins St., Milwaukee. Activities for families and youth groups: mammal tracking and winter survival, snowshoeing, horse-drawn wagon rides, winter camping tips, K9 search and rescue demo. Online Info:, Contact: Havenwoods 414-527-0232
  • Feb. 22-24: Milwaukee RV Show, State Fair Park. 100+ exhibitors featuring RVs, campers, fifth wheels, motorhomes and more. Online Info:
  • Feb. 24-25: 4th Annual Battle on Bago Ice Fishing Tournament. $75,000 in cash & prizes. Largest Fish Fry on Ice! Online Info:
  • Feb. 25-27: Madison Fishing Expo, Alliant Energy Center. Largest all-fishing show in the Midwest. Seminars, trout pond, boats, motors, tackle, guides, outfitters, resorts, free youth activities & more. Wounded warriors and kids under 12 get in free. Online Info: Contact: Chuck Rolfsmeyer 608-245-1040.
  • Mar. 5-7: Southeast Wisconsin Fishing & Hunting Expo, Olympia Resort, Oconomowoc. Outdoor gear, fishing tackle, boats, motors, archery test/shooting room, youth scavenger hunt archery shoot & trout pond, Lazer Shot shooting system, seminars. Online Info: Contact: 262-965-2088
  • Mar. 9-13: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show, State Fair Park. Boats, motors, fishing tackle, outdoor gear, guides & outfitters, resorts & campgrounds, climbing wall, archery range, kids shooting gallery, Family Adventure Pavilion, trout pond, seminars & much more. Online Info: Contact: Great Outdoors, LLC 800-472-2070
  • Mar. 11-13: Central Wisconsin RV & Camping Show, Patriot Center, Wausau. RVs & campers, campgrounds, tents, camping gear, power sports, , trucks & SUVs, tourist attractions, seminars, real estate & more. Online info: Contact: CIA Marketing 715-757-2370
  • Mar. 12: 34th Annual Safari Club International Wisconsin Chapter Free Hunters’ Expo. Wyndham Milwaukee Hotel and Convention Center, 4747 So. Howell Ave. 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. seminars & displays, 1:00 live auction. Online Info:

WISCONSIN HUNTING & FISHING SEASONS

  • Feb. 12: Lake Winnebago system sturgeon spearing season opens
  • Feb. 28: Rabbit season closes
  • Mar 06: Game fish season closes on most inland waters. Early catch-and-release trout season opens

 

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Carbon monoxide is deadly threat in sealed shanties

MADISON – The recent rescue by a state conservation warden and a fishing guide of two ice anglers overcome by carbon monoxide in their heated shanty is a safety reminder, especially those prepping temporary shelters for the upcoming sturgeon season in northeast Wisconsin.

Dothernewsepartment of Natural Resources Conservation Warden Todd Schaller, also chief of recreation enforcement and education, says ice fishers must remember to ventilate shanties and tents when heating the temporary shelters with a gas or liquid heater.

“Any flame will eat oxygen, which is why an opening at the top and another at the bottom of a shelter is the best route when using a portable heater,” Schaller said. “The successful rescue and ultimate resuscitation of the two anglers found in their ice shanty on Green Bay could have easily been fatalities had it not been for the timely work of Warden Mike Neal.”

Last Saturday evening, Neal responded to a 911 call on Green Bay in Door County where two Illinois fishermen were found unresponsive in their heated shanty. Neal immediately began chest compressions on one man while the other man was attended to by a local fishing guide, who also is a retired fire chief and trained emergency medical technician. As soon as each man responded with weak pulses, Neal quickly cleared the back of his truck, and drove the men to shore for transport by ambulance to the Sturgeon Bay Hospital.

“It was so cold, and they button those shanties up so tight,” Neal told the Green Bay Press Gazette about the 6 p.m. rescue near the Town of Gardner. The anglers had used propane lanterns and possibly a single-burner stove to heat their ice shanty, and the two vents had been taped shut.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Todd Schaller (608) 267-2774


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