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VOL: APRIL 21, 2012   ISSUE: SHOW #716
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Pantheon EARTH DAY celebration 22 April 2012  Northland Fishing Tackle


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This week• Murder on the West Fork of the Kickapoo
• Sturgeon are rockin’ on Minnesota’s Lake of the Woods

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• Dan ends steelhead season with a bang
• Jeff competes in his first ABC carp derby

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Would you support the reinstatement of a four-day October antlerless gun deer season in the CWD zone?

YES 25.0% | NO 75.0% | MAYBE 0% | UNDECIDED 0% | COMMENTS [2]

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Should Wisconsin and other Great Lakes states reduce trout and salmon stocking?


Public meetings to discuss potential Lake Michigan trout and salmon stocking reduction

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MILWAUKEE — Public meetings are set for May 1 in Milwaukee and May 8 in Green Bay for anglers and others who want to learn more about, and weigh in on, potential stocking reductions in Lake Michigan that scientists say are necessary to balance game fish with the available food source.

The meetings are set for 6:30 p.m. May 1 at the WATER Institute in Milwaukee and 6:30 p.m. on May 8 at the Brown County Library in Green Bay. The Wisconsin meetings follow a lake-wide conference in Benton Harbor, Mich., on April 14, on the same topic that drew 60 people in person and another 25 who participated online.

“We want to go over the information covered at the lakewide meeting in Michigan and give more Wisconsin anglers a chance to weigh in on future stocking policies,” says Bill Horns, the Department of Natural Resources Great Lakes fisheries specialist.

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JOHN GALLIGAN

Madison, Wisconsin author talks about his murder mystery series set on well-known trout streams

John Galligan author with new murder mystery title

JOE HENRY

Executive director of Lake of the Woods Tourism Bureau reports sturgeon season is in full swing and conditions look great for the May 12 walleye opener

Joe Henry from Lake of the Woods, MN on fishing 'in-the-woods

TED DICK

Grouse coordinator for the Minnesota DNR and the Ruffed Grouse Society says support is needed for a license-fee increase to continue funding habitat management and other conservation projects

Ted Dick from Minnesota DNR on RGS habit funding and management
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DUFFY KOPF | reports good panfishing on the Madison chain and walleyes are still biting on the Wisconsin River, but Lake Wisconsin action has been spotty due to changing weather

Duff Kopf talks about fishing in the Madison area
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MILFORD HILLS ACTIVITIES & EVENTS: ONLINE INFO

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New laws approved regulating use of utility terrain vehicles

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New registration rules for UTV’s goes into effect July 1, 2012. They aren’t unknowns, but remember these ARE legal changes. Take note!

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MADISON — A new Wisconsin law providing for permanent registration and updated regulation of utility terrain vehicles will go into effect on July 1, 2012. The law has grown from popular UTV pilot programs the Department of Natural Resources conducted over the last several years.

Any UTVs registered during the pilot program will continue to be registered with the previously assigned registration identification number and registration period. The Department will be providing more detailed information to the public in the future through their website, press releases and informational pamphlets.

 

 

The major changes include:

  • Utility terrain vehicle means a motor driven device that is not a golf cart, low-speed vehicle, dune buggy, mini-truck, or tracked vehicle, that is designed to be used primarily off highway, and originally manufactured with and equipped with all of the following:
    • a net weight of less than 2,000 pounds;
    • a cargo box installed by the manufacturer;
    • a steering wheel;
    • a tail light;
    • a brake light;
    • two headlights;
    • a width of not more than 65 inches;
    • seats for at least 2 occupants, on non-straddled seats;
    • seat belts; and
    • roll bar or similar device designed to reduce the likelihood that an occupant would be crushed as the result of a rollover.
  • UTVs will follow nearly all the ATV laws, except where specifically referenced.
  • UTVs will have a specific UTV decal.
  • UTV registration categories will be the same as ATVs (agriculture, private, or public).
  • UTV operators at least age 16 and those born on or after Jan. 1, 1988 must be a graduate of an approved ATV Safety Certification Course to operate in areas open to the public.
  • The agricultural use definition for ATVs and UTVs is modified to be consistent with the Department of Transportation. Agricultural use now means transporting farm implements, equipment, supplies, or products on a farm or between farms.
  • Creation of a new, non-resident, UTV trail pass.
  • New, $20, five day ATV and UTV non-resident trail pass.
  • Effective July 1, 2012 a new, $5 late registration renewal fee will be assessed for customers renewing their registration after the expiration date.
  • UTVs will follow all ATV snow removal laws.
  • UTV generated funding for UTV trails.
  • UTV passengers are only allowed in seats that the UTV was originally manufactured with. Riding in the bed or cargo box of a UTV will be illegal.
  • ATVs and UTVs are now required to display a rear license plate, in addition to the side decals. Plate can be created or purchased by the registered owner. Plate specifications are 4 inches high by 7 1/2 inches wide, white in color with black lettering. Letters must be a minimum of 1 1/2 inches high and 3/16 stroke. Registered owners must display their six digit, registration ID numbers on the plate.
  • Commercial license holders will also create/purchase their own plates to display their commercial decals upon.
  • Certain ATVs that do not currently fit the ATV definition may be registered as UTVs, such as ATVs weighting more than 900 pounds.
  • Beginning July 1, 2012, registrations and annual trail passes will expire March 31.
  • Beginning 2013, the first full weekend in June will be a registration free weekend for ATVs and UTVs.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: on laws and safety contact

  • Gary Eddy – Law Enforcement – (608) 267-7455
  • Penny Kanable – customer and outreach services: for registration and trail passes contact – (608) 264-8985
  • Diane Conklin – community financial assistance: for trail grants, maintenance and signage contact – (715) 822-8583

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