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VOL: eNews JULY 31, 2011  ISSUE: SHOW #631


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thiswk225xGreenXC•Share a ride, tell a story, save a park •14,000 fishing contests nationwide •Kickin’ bass on Chequamegon Bay •Sheboygan salmon action still sizzlingupclose_danjeff •Dan sells a ton of Fish & Game Gourmet honey at Deer Fest •Jeff sets out trail cameras to search for that big one contestline

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RESULTS FOR POLL s628 Will you apply for a wolf hunting/trapping permit if wolves are ever finally delisted in Wisconsin? YES 47% NO 47% | MAYBE 6% | UNDECIDED 0% | OTHER 0 % | IMPRESSIONS: 326 | RESPONSES: 17 COMMENTS: 0

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INSTANT SURVEY VOTE ON – POLL s631 No Child Let Inside is currently pushing for an Environmental Literacy Bill: Good -OR- Bad for the future of the outdoor sporting community?

Prospect of Student Achievement, Green Jobs Produces Bi-partisan Bill COALITION OF 50 MILLION PEOPLE SUPPORTS ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY BILL

pollpicWASHINGTON, D.C.—Bi-partisan legislation introduced in Congress today would support the surging environmental education movement, improve student achievement, and prepare students for jobs in the growing green economy. A coalition of business, education, environmental and other groups representing 50 million Americans applauded the introduction in the Senate and House of the historic No Child Left Inside Act (NCLI), a bi-partisan bill sponsored by Senator Jack Reed (D-RI), Senator Mark Kirk (R-Illinois), and Congressman John Sarbanes (D-MD), among others, which helps states boost environmental literacy. “Passing the No Child Left Inside Act is a key step in improving the quality of our children’s education, and preparing them for the complex challenges of the future workforce,” Senator Reed said. READ MORE HERE:

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POLINA RAYGORODSKAYA AND IGOR BRATNIKOV

Founders of GreenXC announce their three-week coast-to-coast adventure via rideshare to encourage awareness and protection of our National Parks

DON KALDUNSKI

Founder of American Fishing Contests talks about the great variety of fishing competitions in Wisconsin and nationwide

CAPT. DAN WELSCH

Proprietor of Dumper Dan’s Sportfishing Charters reports that hot Lake Michigan trout and salmon action continues off Sheboygan

CAPT. ROGER LaPENTER

Proprietor of Anglers All in Ashland on Lake Superior’s Chequamegon Bay says bass, pike and salmon fishing are hot right now, but no one has reported catching a winning fish in Ashland’s Bass Kickin’ on the Bay tagged fish fishing contest, so all 12 winning fish are still swimming out there.

madoutrptsPro-staffer DUFFY KOPF – for Dwyer Marine in Madison, Wisconsin reports on last weekend’s Take An Adult Fishing event and says big bluegills are biting on Lake Monona, and bass are deep on Lake Mendota http://www.dwyermarine.com.
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THE EVENTS CALENDAR HAS BEEN MOVED DANSMALLOUTDOORS.COM/EVENTS

FISHING CONTESTS: Find them ALL online @ American Fishing Contests •RUFFED GROUSE SOCIETY BANQUETS & EVENTS: »ONLINE INFO: •MILFORD HILLS ACTIVITIES & EVENTS: »ONLINE INFO

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Wisconsin’s “St. Croix Cougar” killed in Connecticut

montain lion story Dan Small Outdoors eNewsletter #631EAU CLAIRE – One of four different cougars confirmed to have visited Wisconsin – this one dubbed the “Twin Cities Cougar” or the “St. Croix Cougar” – was killed by a vehicle six weeks ago on a busy highway in Connecticut, wildlife officials said today. From Champlin, Minn., where it was first detected by police on Dec. 5, 2009, to the June 11 accident site near Milford, Conn., is 1,055 miles as the crow flies. This represents a new record for straight-line movement of a known cougar, said wildlife biologist Adrian Wydeven of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. “It’s one of those amazing animal stories,” Wydeven said today. “It shows the potential some of these animals have for moving across the landscape.” Read more here: FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: • Adrian Wydeven, DNR ecologist, Park Falls, 715-762-1363 • Ed Culhane, DNR communications, Eau Claire, 715-781-1683


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