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VOL: FEBRUARY 25, 2012   ISSUE: SHOW #708

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thisweek• Hold whitetails on your land with food plots and ponds
• Milwaukee Sports Show to feature Big Buck Pavilion, plus turkey and deer calling competition

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upclose• Jeff reports on the Ice Fishing World Championship in Kazakhstan
• Meet Dan at the Madison Fishing Expo

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RESULTS FOR POLL S707
Do you approve of Assembly Bill 384, which would allow crossbow use by hunters over 65 and those with disability permits during most firearms seasons for big game and small game?

YES 85% | NO 15% | MAYBE 0% | UNDECIDED 0% | COMMENTS [4]

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INSTANT SURVEY VOTE ON – POLL S708

Do you favor updating Wisconsin’s guide license requirements by establishing a new definition of a guide, require reporting of harvest, acres owned/leased for guiding and client information, and by establishing minimum standards for insurance and training?

Modernizing license requirements for hunting guides

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Do you favor updating Wisconsin’s guide license requirements by establishing a new definition of a guide, require reporting of harvest, acres owned/leased for guiding and client information, and by establishing minimum standards for insurance and training?
VOTE YOUR OPINION

Under current Wisconsin law, a $40 annual guide license is required of individuals who guide others in fishing, hunting or trapping.

The are currently no requirements or qualifications to become a licensed guide in Wisconsin except that a person must be 18 and, for hunting or trapping, a state resident.

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GORDON WHITTINGTON

Editor in chief of North American Whitetail shares advice for managing private land for whitetails

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CHARLIE POTTER

Director of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show announces two new features: Big Buck Pavilion and Midwest Rattle and Grunt Competition

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BOB LANGJAHR and JEANIE DE BANO

Aquatic Biologists, Inc. staffers talk about creating ponds as water sources and aquatic food plots for deer

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DUFFY KOPF | Pro-staffer for HT Enterprises and Jiffy Ice Drills reports on ice fishing conditions in the Madison area and his appearances at the Madison Fishing Expo on behalf of the Nebulus Emergency Flotation Device

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THE EVENTS CALENDAR HAS BEEN MOVED DANSMALLOUTDOORS.COM/EVENTS

FISHING CONTESTS: Find them ALL online:  @ American Fishing Contests
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Deer hunter forums to be held around state and on the Internet

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Everyone interested is encouraged to attend the meetings that cover deer management in areas where they hunt or live, but are also welcome to attend any of the meetings.

MADISON – The deer hunting seasons might still be months away, but the Department of Natural Resources is already gearing up with a series of deer hunter forums in March. Anyone interested in the opportunity to discuss local deer management issues, hunting seasons, and any other deer topic is encouraged to attend.

Wisconsin has long been known as one of the most publicly-driven deer management programs in the country. And in recent years, thousands of volunteers have gotten involved in deer research projects providing data to estimate the size of the herd and sharing personal observations about hunting success, season structure, and the herd itself.

The March deer hunter forums will put the public in direct contact with the local biologist responsible for managing the local deer herd, and are intended to both share information about deer management and gather information from hunters about deer where they live, hunt or farm.

The format of meetings will vary, but in many cases the local wildlife biologist will provide a brief presentation followed by a question and answer period. Some meetings may also have an open house format, allowing attendees to stop in anytime during the scheduled time.

Everyone interested is encouraged to attend the meetings that cover deer management in areas where they hunt or live, but are also welcome to attend any of the meetings.

If unable to attend a live forum, for the first time this year the public will be able to get unit-specific information and contribute feedback through the DNR website. Check the DNR home page for updates.

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“American Idol” style deer and turkey calling competition at Milwaukee Sports Show

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Deer and turkey callers are invited to show their stuff in the Journal Sentinel Sports Show – Caller’s Idol – Calling Contest presented by The Sportsman Channel. illustration courtesy i65Design+Media

Deer and turkey callers are invited to show their stuff in the Journal Sentinel Sports Show Calling Contest presented by The Sportsman Channel.

The contest will feature an “American Idol” format in which contestants will perform and interact with the judges. Calling skill, as well as creativity and entertainment value, will be rewarded.

The contest will have deer and turkey categories. Contestants in the deer category will be evaluated on rattling and grunting. In the turkey category, contestants will be rated on typical hen calls and gobbling.

Youth and adult divisions will be offered in both categories. Thirty adults and 10 youth will be chosen at random from applications received for each category.

The 2012 Journal Sentinel Sports Show runs March 7-11 at the Wisconsin Exposition Center at State Fair Park in West Allis. Preliminary rounds of the calling competition will be March 8 and 9. Finals will be March 10.

First-place cash prize for adults is $500, second place is $200 and third place is $50. Youth prizes are $150 for first, $75 for second, $50 for third and $25 for fourth and fifth. Trophies and ribbons also will be awarded.

Applications and rules are online at www.milwaukeesportsshow.com. The deadline to enter is March 1, 2012.

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