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VOL: eNews OCTOBER 29, 2011  ISSUE: SHOW #644

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• Gear up for deer camp with a musical comedy, a documentary and Dan’s annual TV special
• Stop the spread of the emerald ash borer

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• Jeff observes rutting deer behavior while bowhunting
• Dan hunts pheasants at Milford Hills and shares highlights from Deer Hunt Wisconsin 2011, coming to Public Television Nov. 3 at 8 p.m.

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Should Wisconsin step up efforts to reduce the cormorant population in Green Bay and Lake Michigan?

Cormorant population decreasing along Green Bay, Lake Michigan

The cormorant population is in decline, but is it dropping fast enough?

pollpicGREEN BAY – The nearly quarter-century population growth of double-crested cormorants in the Wisconsin waters of Green Bay and Lake Michigan may have ended. Numbers had been on the rise since 1986, but in 2011 the population on islands where control efforts were conducted showed an 18 percent decline from the 2009 peak of 15,227 nests. Management efforts resulted in 2011 nest numbers of 12,534.

“I anticipate that this year’s removal of around 2,500 adult birds coupled with ongoing egg-oiling efforts will result in future reductions in the cormorant population, and bring us closer to the goals set for the managed islands,” said Tammie Paoli, a fish biologist with the Department of Natural Resources in Peshtigo.

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JAY LEGGETT

Producer of the documentary film To the Hunt talks about his movie and his tour of northern Wisconsin starting Oct. 28

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MICK SKWAROK

Plant pest and disease specialist for the Wisconsin Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protectionurges hunters to help prevent the spread of the emerald ash borer by buying or cutting firewood locally

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TONY PAPENFUSS

Actor and comedian reveals the hilarious plot of Deer Camp – The Musical, now on tour, with two shows Sat., Oct. 29 at the Schauer Arts & Entertainment Center in Hartford, Wisconsin

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madoutrptsRON BAREFIELD | Madison area guide reports good walleye and sauger action on Lake Wisconsin and turnover in progress on the Madison chain barefield
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Deer Hunt 2011 will air Nov 3 & 5 on Public Television and Nov. 10 & 12 on Fox Sports

newspic1MADISON – Deer Hunt 2011, hosted by Public Television’s Dan Small is set to air on public television on November 3 and 8 and on the Fox Sports Network on November 10 and 12.

This year’s show will be packed with interesting deer hunting features. Some examples include: efforts to recruit new hunters and retain old hunters with a drop in on a youth deer hunt; current deer research focused on answering Wisconsin hunters’ questions about populations and predators; a new deer hunter outreach effort called Hunt, Harvest, Help; deer season forecasts; hunter safety tips; new rules and regulations; and a fireplace conversation on hunting traditions and values.

Broadcast dates and times:

  • Milwaukee Public TV: Nov. 3 at 8 p.m.; Nov. 5 at 9 a.m.
  • Wisconsin Public TV Digital Wisconsin Channel: Nov. 3 at 8.p.m.
  • Fox Sports North and Fox Sports Wisconsin: Nov. 10 at 7 p.m.; Nov. 12 at 8 a.m.

Show segments will also be posted to the DNR webpage following public broadcast dates.

Deer Hunt 2011 is sponsored by:

  • Milford Hills Hunt Club
  • Safari Club International – Wisconsin Chapter
  • Whitetails Unlimited
  • Lightfield Ammunition
  • Rosen Nissan of Milwaukee
  • Wisconsin Safes
  • Legendary Whitetails
  • The Outdoor Heritage Education Center
  • TenPoint Crossbows
  • Fuel Powersports of West Bend
  • Trophy Bag Koolers
  • Wisconsin Department of Tourism
  • Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

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FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
• Robert Manwell – (608) 264-9248


Chinook numbers, size increase this year at egg collection facilitieis

STURGEON BAY – The king is back!

newspic2The chinook salmon, and the eggs they’re giving up at Wisconsin’s three egg collection facilities along Lake Michigan, are looking good. That’s a reversal of sobering trends in recent years, and reflects adequate reproduction of the alewives chinook eat and a lake-wide reduction in stocking that is better matching fish with available food, state fisheries officials say.

“All things considered the chinook return at Strawberry Creek this year took a very positive turn after generally declining trends of numbers and size of fish returning to the weir,” says Scott Hansen, the Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologist heading up egg collection activities at the Strawberry Creek facility near Sturgeon Bay.

« Strawberry Creek Salmon Harvest

At the end of the salmon run, DNR staff clean up the pond where the salmon were kept for harvesting, preparing it for winter. They determine the sex of the fish, measure and weigh it. This is part of the record keeping process that’s been going on since the 1970s.

The fish appeared heavier and in better condition than last year, and the average size of eggs increased considerably this year from last year. “That is another encouraging sign,” Hansen says.

Fisheries crews and volunteers at Strawberry Creek handled about 5,400 chinook over six harvest days this season, up from 2,014 last year, collecting about 2.3 million eggs to be hatched and reared at state hatcheries and stocked out next year in Lake Michigan.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
• Scott Hansen – (920) 746-2864
• Bill Horns – (608) 266-8782


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