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Dan & Jeff Header face left SHOW #535 | 2010 AUGUST 28

• Bear hunters – does your bear suffer from “ground shrinkage?”
• Harbor action for big kings on Lake Michigan is picking up.
• Lake Superior bass and salmon action is hotter than ever.

• Jeff reports on an exciting and potentially dangerous event on a recent charter trip.
• Dan spots a rare fisher in the Kettle Moraine State Forest.
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Should cougars remain protected in Wisconsin?
YES 100% | NO 0%  |  MAYBE 0%  |  UNDECIDED 0% |  OTHER 0%
IMPRESSIONS: 124  |  RESPONSES: 9  |  COMMENTS: 0


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Should counties have the option to tax an elaborate deer stand?

Background:

Jeff Hardy, of Randall, Minn., has a deer stand on his 40-acre property in Morrison County. Hardy’s deer stand is a bit more elaborate than most, measuring 8 x 16 feet, with vinyl siding, a shooting deck and room to sleep a couple hunters. The county says it’s a bunkhouse, not a deer stand, and as such it is subject to property tax assessment.

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RICHARD SMITH

outdoor writer, photographer and bear expert from Marquette, Michigan, shares some tips on how to field judge black bears.

KIM WEGMANN

Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 842 in Grafton, Wisconsin talks about the troop’s upcoming sporting clays fundraiser at Ozaukee Fish & Game.

Capt. JOE WALCOTT

of Headhunter Charters in Sheboygan, Wisconsin reports on great trout and salmon fishing on Lake Michigan.

Capt. ROGER LaPENTER

Owner of Anglers All in Ashland, Wisconsin,  reports on the hot mixed-bag fishing on Chequamegon Bay of Lake Superior.

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Looking for Fishing Contests? Find them all online.

RUFFED GROUSE SOCIETY BANQUETS & EVENTS  Online Info:

Aug. 28: Dubuque, IA banquet
Aug. 28: Flint, MI Tune-Up Shoot
Aug. 28: Gaylord, MI Fun Shoot
Aug. 28: Traverse City, MI – Doubles Shoot
Sept. 2: Hackensack, Mn banquet
Sept. 8: Lansing, MI banquet
Sept. 9: Green Bay, WI banquet
Sept. 9: Grand Marais, MN banquet
Sept. 10: Detroit & Ann Arbor, MI banquet
Sept. 11-12: Lansing, MI dog trial
Sept. 11-12: St. Ignace, MI youth hunt
Sept. 11: Traverse City, MI banquet

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.

Sept. 1: Deadline to secure sponsor for disabled gun deer hunt. Contact: Linda Olver, (608) 261-7588; Online Info:

Sept. 11: Stone Bank Sportsmen’s Club, Ashippun, NRA Women On Target
instructional shooting clinic for women. Contact:Kim Laughland, 262-820-1827; Online Info:

Sept. 11-12: Valders, WI – Earl Bubolz Fall Archery Classic, Viking Bow & Gun Club. Standard 30-target 3-D course for men, women and juniors. 15-target 3-D course for senior, disabled and senior crossbow shooters. 80-yard novelty shoot. Free camping on the grounds. Contact: Pat Blashka 920-323-2216.

Sept. 12: Columbus Sportsman Association’s 46th Family Fun Day & Team Shoot, Sept. 12 at Columbus Sportsman Association grounds. Activities include: 100-bird trap shoot for 5-man teams, Annie Oakley, Hunt & Cover, Rabbit and Chicken shoots all day. 3-D archery, .22 pistol and rifle events, air rifle for kids, food, raffles, auctions including a 2-person African hunt. Contact:Larry Haseman, 920-344-0656; Online Info:

Hunting & Fishing Seasons:

Sept. 1: Dove, early Canada goose open
Sept 4: Hook & line sturgeon opens
Sept. 8: Bear opens in all zones, except for hunting with dogs
Sept. 15: Bear with dogs opens.
Sept. 18: Bow deer, turkey & squirrel open statewide, ruffed grouse opens in Zone A, rabbit opens in Northern zone

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State repeals waiting period for deer bow hunters to purchase archery licenses

MADISON – Archery deer hunters no longer have to wait three days after purchasing a license during the open season to begin hunting in Wisconsin. The State Legislature removed the three-day waiting period restriction during the recent legislative session at the request of the Department of Natural Resources.

“The law has outlived its usefulness,” said Tom Van Haren, DNR conservation warden. “The three-day waiting period is an obstacle for young hunters who celebrate their tenth birthday during the archery season and have to wait until then to purchase their license.”

The waiting period was originally enacted to discourage deer hunters from waiting until they killed a deer before purchasing a license and to discourage a person from buying a license for someone who had killed a deer but either did not have a tag, or did not want to use the tag on their deer.

“The waiting period is inconvenient for anyone who didn’t purchase a license prior to the season then realizes they have the coming weekend open with time to go hunting. If they do not think to purchase the license ahead of time they are unable to use the license that weekend. It has especially been a deterrent for non-residents who travel great distances to

Wisconsin on a Thursday or Friday to spend the weekend with family or friends or for the primary purpose to archery hunt for deer.”

Van Haren said that before the law was changed the deer population was low and the number of deer a person could get tags for was limited.

“Basically, each archer was issued just a tag that was good for a buck or an antlerless deer. The fact is, abundant harvest tags are now available in most deer management units making it possible to harvest multiple deer legally,” he added.

The requirement that people wear a back tag while hunting reduces the incidence of hunting without a license. If a conservation warden suspects that something is wrong, the warden can find out instantly through the automated licensing system, when a license was purchased right down to the minute, which is also printed on the license or back tag. In 2009, bow hunters purchased 208,022 licenses in Wisconsin.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

CONTACT: Tom Van Haren, Warden, 608-266-3244


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