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SHOW #515 | 2010 APR 10 Dan & Jeff Header face left
• Sturgeon hitting now on Minnesota’s Rainy River!

• Use your back for better archery form

• Preview of Wisconsin Spring Fish & Game Hearings

• New digital video camera mounts on your bow

• Dan reports on his Learn to Hunt Turkeys program

• Jeff scores on lakers and browns in Sheboygan Harbor

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Should Wisconsin allow the use of telescopic sights during the 10-day muzzleloader-only deer season that follows the traditional nine-day firearm season?

YES 22%  |  NO 67% |  MAYBE 11%  |  UNDECIDED 0%  |  OTHER 0%

IMPRESSIONS: 258   |   RESPONSES: 9 |   COMMENTS: 0

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Should Wisconsin allow hunters to quarter a deer before registering it?

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In many Western states, it is legal to quarter big game to facilitate transporting it in the field. In many of those states, such transport is done on horseback. Not many Wisconsin hunters use horses during deer season, however.

Question 12 on the Spring Fish & Wildlife Hearings questionnaire, which sportsmen will vote on in all 72 Wisconsin counties on Monday, April 12, reads: Allow dividing deer, bear, and elk into five parts prior to registration in order to facilitate removal from the field. (2010).

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LARRY WISE

archery coach and champion archer, offers some tips on how to improve your archery form at Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo.

RON SCHOFIELD, JR.

inventor of the Roscoby Riser Cam, describes the features of his unique video camera for hunters, on display at Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo.

SCOTT LOOMANS

Wisconsin DNR wildlife rules specialist, explains some key questions sportsmen will be asked to answer at the Spring Fish & Game Hearings in every Wisconsin county April 12.

JENNA WALTON

executive director of Lake of the Woods Tourism in Baudette, Minnesota, shares a fishing report on the hot Rainy River sturgeon action.

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Looking for Fishing Contests? Find them all online.

Apr. 9-11: Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo, Alliant Energy Center, Madison. Online info: Contact: Glenn Helgeland, 262-242-3990, mac@deerinfo.com

April 10: Robert J. Lytle Chapter Ruffed Grouse Society, Gun Dog Fun Trial, Farmland Pheasant Hunters, Imlay City, MI Online Info: Contact: Brad Johnson, 989-430-0138, bigj1975@comcast.net

April 12: Wisconsin DNR Spring Fish & Game Hearings and Conservation Congress meetings, 7:00 p.m. in all 72 counties. Online Info:

April 12: David Uihlein Chapter Ruffed Grouse Society banquet, 5:00 p.m., Milwaukee Athletic Club. Tickets $75. Auction, raffles, memorial tribute to Dave Uihlein. Online Info: Contact: Jim Hayett, buyholdsell@wi.rr.com, 262-691-0100 x 22

April 12: Oak Creek Flyway Chapter Ducks Unlimited Banquet, 5:00 p.m. Muskego Lakes Country Club. Online Info:

April 14: Walleyes Unlimited U.S.S meeting, Root River Lanes, Franklin, 7 p.m. Mel Christensen will speak on using sonar and GPS to improve fishing success. $5 fee for non-members. Online Info:

RUFFED GROUSE SOCIETY BANQUETS & EVENTS  Online Info:

April 10: Imlay City Michigan Gun Dog Fun Trial

April 12: David Uihlein Chapter banquet, Milwaukee Athletic Club

April 15: Grand Rapids Minnesota Chapter banquet

April 16: Lansing, Michigan banquet

April 17: Imlay City, Michigan Habitat Day

April 22: Virginia, Minnesota banquet

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Spring turkey season means it’s time for a safety refresher

Spring means changing landscape and colors that the successful turkey hunter must keep in mind when taking aim at the first bird on the first hunt of the new year, says Tim Lawhern, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources hunter education administrator.

Lawhern, also the president of the International Hunter Education Association and a DNR Conservation Warden, says there are two areas where Wisconsin turkey hunters have found themselves in trouble in the past.

Wisconsin DNR records show roughly 80 percent of accidents during turkey season involve hunters mistaking other hunters for game or hunters failing to positively identify their target. The only legal turkey in the spring is a male or bearded turkey.

“If a hunter doesn’t see a beard on the turkey, don’t shoot,” Lawhern said. “In nearly all incidents where a person is shot by a turkey hunter, the shooter later said they ‘thought’ they were shooting at a turkey.”

Your favorite hunting region changes its looks, lighting, colors and vegetation as the seasons change. Couple that changing landscape with the excitement of the season, Lawhern notes, and problems can and have occurred.

“Imagination with a strong desire to see a turkey can produce a momentary image that isn’t real,” Lawhern said. “This moment, while short, lasts long enough for some to pull the trigger.”

Hunters in a party of two or more are best served by agreeing to abide by their joint plan for the day’s hunt.

“Problems occur when birds are not spotted and the hunters decide to separate,” Lawhern said of the scenario when accidents have happened during the last decade. “Soon, one hunter is stalking either the decoy or call of the other. The best way to avoid this situation is to have each hunter stick to a plan that is understood by all in that hunting party.”

Lawhern also said turkey hunters – as is the case with all hunters – must practice these four basic safety guidelines when handling their firearms. “Treat every firearm as if it is loaded. Always point the muzzle in a safe direction. Be sure of your target and what’s beyond it. And, keep your finger outside the trigger guard until ready to shoot.”

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

Tim Lawhern, DNR Hunter Education Administrator – (608) 266-1317


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