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► Grouse and woodcock nesting report.
•► Tactics for big smallmouths on Chequemegon Bay.

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Do you think Wisconsin should extend the inland trout season from September 30 until October 31?
YES 50% |  NO 50% |  MAYBE 0%  |  UNDECIDED 0%  |  OTHER 0%
IMPRESSIONS: 189|   RESPONSES: 2 |   COMMENTS: 0

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Should hunters be allowed to quarter a deer carcass before registering it to facilitate carrying it out of the woods?

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Question 12 in the Spring DNR Rules Hearings read: Do you favor allowing hunters to divide deer, bear and elk into as many as five parts for the purpose of removing the animal from the field? The head must remain attached to one of the other parts of a deer or bear and only one divided deer or bear could be stored or transported. The head would not need to be attached to another section of an elk. This question passed by a vote of  2,721 in favor and 1,175 opposed. Read more …

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BARBARA BRUNS

co-founder of  Girls with Guns, talks about shooting activities at Fletcher Arms and Stone Bank Sportsmens Club.

HUGH McALOON

director of Deer Fest, previews highlights of this new expo coming to Oshkosh June 25-27.

DAN DESSECKER

director of conservation policy for the Ruffed Grouse Society, talks about grouse and woodcock nesting this spring.

JIM HUDSON

proprietor of Hudson’s On The Spot Guide Service shares advice for catching big smallmouths on Chequamegon Bay.

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Looking for Fishing Contests? Find them all online.

RUFFED GROUSE SOCIETY BANQUETS & EVENTS  Online Info:

June 5: Ann Arbor/Detroit, sporting clays shoot and banquet

June 13: Madison, Wis., grouse flurry

June 18: Gaylord, MI banquet

June 27: Traverse City, MI Youth Fun Shoot

OTHER EVENTS

Now through Labor Day: Town of Eagle in Waukesha County, WI – Eagle Springs Lake 2nd annual carp attack. $500 reward for catching or shooting one of 6 tagged carp. If you get one, Contact: Tom Day at 262-594-3231. Dispose of untagged carp in the dumpster at the public boat landing.

June 5: First Annual Lake Delton Kids Fishing Jamboree, 9 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Meet at Kaminsky Park on Lake Delton, fishing on Mirror Lake and Wisconsin River. Online Info: Contact: Ben Hobbins, 608-513-3535

June 9: Walleyes Unlimited USA will hold a meeting at the Root River Lanes on W. Rawson Ave. in Franklin. Matt Bichanich will speak on bass, walleye and crappie fishing tools. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. Cost to non-members is $5. Online Info:•

June 12: First Shots introduction to shotgun shooting for women, sponsored by Girls with Guns, Stone Bank Sportsmen’s Club, 9 a.m.-noon. Online Info: Contact: Kim Laughland 262-820-1827

June 19: Introduction to pistol shooting sports for women, Stone Bank Sportsmen’s Club, 9 a.m.-noon.  Online Info: Contact: Kim Laughland 262-820-1827

June 25-27: Deer Fest, Wisconsin’s largest all-deer festival, Sunnyview Expo Center, Oshkosh. Meet Lee & Tiffany Lakosky, The Bone Collectors, the Buck & Duck Commanders, Pat Reeve & Nicole Jones. Seminars, exhibits, demos and more. Online Info:

June 26: Introduction to shotgun shooting sports for women at Stone Bank Sportsmen’s Club, 9 a.m.-noon. Online Info: Contact: Kim Laughland 262-820-1827

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Free Fishing Weekend in Wisconsin June 5-6
MADISON – People of all ages can fish free in Wisconsin on June 5 and 6, the state’s Free Fishing Weekend.

More than two dozen free fishing clinics statewide during that weekend – and free loaner equipment available from 50 state parks and offices will help make it even easier for people to take advantage of this opportunity, state aquatic education officials say.

“We want everybody to give fishing a try, and Free Fishing Weekend’s a great time to do it,” says Theresa Stabo, DNR’s aquatic education coordinator.

“Every day is free fishing day for kids 15 and under, so it’s nice for their parents, friends and older teenagers to take advantage of Free Fishing Weekend to fish for the first time, or return to it.”

All waters of the state are open, including Wisconsin waters of Lake Michigan, Lake Superior and rivers bordering Wisconsin. Residents and nonresidents of all ages can fish without a fishing license (or trout or salmon stamps) over these two days. However, all other fishing regulations apply, including how many fish anglers can keep and limits on the minimum size of fish they can keep.

More than two dozen fishing clinics offered

Free fishing clinics – some aimed at kids and some intended for the whole family – are set for more than two dozen locations across the state. Some of the clinics are sponsored by Wisconsin State Parks, but most are put on by local fishing and conservation clubs.

“We’re really excited that there are more clinics than usual, and that some of them are targeted at families,” says Rachel Piacenza, DNR aquatic education associate. “If you’re an adult new to fishing, don’t feel embarrassed to attend an event! This weekend is really about introducing people of all ages to fishing. If you’re an avid angler, consider taking an adult who has never fished before. Share your passion with someone else; you’re sure to remember that smile when the first fish is reeled in.”

Fishing rods and reels available for loan from 50 DNR locations

Many of the fishing clinics provide all the equipment people need to fish. But people who cannot or do not want to attend a clinic can borrow fishing equipment from dozens of DNR state parks and offices. Call ahead to the listed contact people to make sure equipment is available, and to arrange to pick the equipment up as DNR service centers are open limited hours.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Rachel Piacenza (920) 662-5401
Theresa Stabo (608) 266-2272


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