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VOL: JUNE 02, 2012   ISSUE: SHOW #722
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Fish Free Weekend June 2-3, 2012
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• Chequamegon Bay smallmouths are hitting now
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INSTANT SURVEY VOTE ON – POLL S722Do you support a 42-day spring turkey season instead of six seven-day hunting periods?

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Turkey management meetings ask hunters to weigh in on possible changes

A recent round of turkey-management meetings is asking hunters if they’d like to see the state’s six-season framework replaced with a “straight-through” 42-day season. Would you support that change in the season framework?

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TODD BOHM

Board member of Wounded Warriors In Action talks about WWIA activities nationwide and a recent turkey hunt in Wisconsin

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Northland Tackle pro-staffer reports good lake trout, smallmouth and walleye action on Lake Superior’s Chequamegon Bay

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Proprietor of Dumper Dan Sportfishing Charters reports great fishing for Lake Michigan kings and lake trout off Sheboygan

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RON BAREFIELD | McFarland guide reports good bass and panfish action on the Madison chain and walleyes are biting well on Lake Wisconsin

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Wolf Hunting and Trapping Season4 Public Meetings for InputVoice your position. Send Dan an email and tell him how you feel about the process and the topic.

Public meetings set to gather input for wolf hunting and trapping season rule

MADISON — The public will have the opportunity at four upcoming meetings to provide input on the draft concepts to be included in a wolf hunting and trapping season rule that will be going to the state Natural Resources Board on July 17 in Stevens Point as an emergency rule.

The Wisconsin Legislature passed a bill calling for a wolf hunting and trapping season that the governor signed on April 2. The Department of Natural Resources has been directed to implement a wolf hunting and trapping season this fall. To do so, an emergency rule and harvest quotas and permit levels must be adopted by the Natural Resources Board.

The Natural Resources Board approved the rule scope statement on May 23.

The public meetings will include a review of the history of wolf recovery and management in Wisconsin and will focus on major rule components such as harvest management zones, as well as potential wolf harvest quotas and hunting and trapping permit levels. Public comments and questions are welcome.

These meetings will start with an open house for visiting with DNR staff at 6 p.m. Staff presentations will begin at 7 p.m. with time for questions and comments to follow. The meetings are being held at:

    • June 6, Spooner – Spooner High School Auditorium, 801 County Highway A
    • June 8, Black River Falls – Black River Falls Middle School Auditorium, 1202 Pierce St
    • June 14, Fond du Lac – UW-Fond du Lac Auditorium, 400 University Drive
    • June 15, Rhinelander – James Williams Middle School Auditorium, 915 Acacia Lane

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For more information:

    • Bill Vander Zouwen, DNR wildlife and landscape ecology chief – 608-266-8840
    • Bill Cosh, DNR spokesperson – 608-267-2773
    • Kurt Thiede, DNR Division of Land administrator – 608-266-5833

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