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VOL: eNews JULY 09, 2011  ISSUE: SHOW #628

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thisweek•Spirit bears and whooping cranes celebrated in photos
•National Wildlife Refuge System Conference coming to Madison July 11-14
•Sturgeon Bay salmon, trout, smallmouths & walleyes hitting now
•Monona muskies turning on now that summer is here

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upclose•Jeff and Dan in July 4th parades
•Eileen Kelm outfishes Hardwater Jeff

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Do you think the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission should approve a new hydro-power dam on the Mississippi River at Lock and Dam 8 in Genoa, Wisconsin?
YES 33% | NO 50% | MAYBE 0% | UNDECIDED 17% | OTHER 0 % | IMPRESSIONS: 205 RESPONSES: 6| COMMENTS: 0

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Will you apply for a wolf hunting/trapping permit if wolves are ever finally delisted in Wisconsin?

Wisconsin DNR Wolf Management Plan Includes Hunting

pollpicThe 60-day comment period for the proposed removal of wolves from the Endangered Species List ended July 5. The US Fish and Wildlife Service has said that it plans to formally request that wolves be “delisted” later this year or early next year.

If and when that happens, Wisconsin has a wolf management plan in place to begin implementing. Among other things, the plan calls for “public harvest” (hunting and/or trapping) of wolves once wolves have become delisted.

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JIM KURTH

Deputy Chief of the National Wildlife Refuge System talks about the diversity of the National Wildlife Refuges and efforts to get more kids into hunting and fishing.

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JIM BACKUS

Nature photographer shares his thoughts about working in the National Wildlife Refuges.

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CAPT. BILL LUER

Proprietor of Nooo Problem Charters reports on great Chinook salmon and rainbow trout action on Lake Michigan off Sturgeon Bay.

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madoutrptsPro-staffer DUFFY KOPF – forDwyer Marine in Madison, Wisconsin reports muskie action is picking up on Lake Monona, and Dwyer Marine is offering great deals on remaining 2011 G-E boats. kopf
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3 million walleye stocked in Wisconsin waters

WILD ROSE, Wis. — Nearly 3 million walleye, Wisconsin anglers’ favorite fish, have been stocked in dozens of lakes and rivers waters over the last few weeks.

newspicThe fish, up to 2 months old and 2 inches in size, were harvested from the Art Oehmcke Hatchery in Woodruff, the Tommy G. Thompson Hatchery in Spooner, the Lake Mills Hatchery in its namesake community, and, for the first time in 20 years, Wild Rose State Fish Hatchery in Waushara County. Construction of new coolwater facilities at that century-old hatchery allowed fish crews there to return to producing walleye for the first time in a generation.

First Walleye Reared at Renovated Wild Rose Hatchery

“It was a good year for small fingerling walleye production, and it’s good news for future walleye fishing opportunities in Wisconsin,” says Dave Giehtbrock, statewide fish production manager. “The longer winter led to later egg collection, which caused a logistical complication at some hatcheries, but the cooler water temperatures were good for the walleye, and we were able to pull off successful rearing at our hatcheries, producing the fish we needed to produce.”

The walleye are stocked to provide walleye fishing opportunities where otherwise there would be none, and to help restore naturally self-sustaining walleye populations in the receiving waters. The vast majority of the state’s walleye fisheries are naturally reproducing but stocking plays an important role in some waters.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

•Dave Giehtbrock (608) 266-8229;
•Gary Lindenberger, (715) 635-4149;
•Steve Fajfer (920) 622-3527;
•Steve Merson, Lake Mills Hatchery (920) 648-8012;
•Bruce Underwood, Oehmcke Hatchery (715) 356-5211 ext 215


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