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VOL: MARCH 17, 2012   ISSUE: SHOW #711

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thisweek• Turkey-hunting advice from a world gobbling champion
• Keys to keeping mature bucks on your land

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• Jeff qualifies again for the USA Ice Team
• Meet Dan at the Southeastern Wisconsin Fishing & Hunting Expo

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RESULTS FOR POLL S710

Do you think Wisconsin should have a hunting season on sandhill cranes?

YES 55.6% | NO 44.4% | MAYBE 0% | UNDECIDED 0% | COMMENTS [1]

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INSTANT SURVEY VOTE ON – POLL S711

Should Wisconsin simplify its fishing license structure by issuing the same types of licenses to anglers at an intermediate price regardless of their residency?


Charge the same fee for resident and non-resident fishing licenses?

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This is Question No. 34 on this year’s Spring Fish & Game Hearings Questionnaire.

As in most states, fishing license options differ or Wisconsin residents and nonresidents.

Nonresidents have more short-term license options, but are charged significantly higher fees than residents for comparable licenses. A resident annual fishing license, for example, is $20, while a comparable nonresident annual license is $50.

Although higher license fees for nonresidents are a long-standing tradition, the reason why this is done is unclear.

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ART HELIN

Dodgeville, Wis. deer expert tells how habitat management can keep mature bucks on your land year-round, the topic of his seminar at the Field & Stream Deer & Turkey Expo

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ALEX VEDRINSKI

Co-owner of Chestnut Ridge Wild Turkey Calls shares tips for early-season turkey hunting

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Regional biologist for the Ruffed Grouse Society reports on RGS spring activities in Wisconsin

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GENE DELLINGER | Proprietor of D&S Bait in Madison reports anglers are catching panfish in open water on Madison-area lakes and walleyes on the Wisconsin River

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Leftover spring turkey permits available beginning week of March 19

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Remaining turkey licenses go on sale Monday March 19; first-come-first-serve. Don’t miss it!
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MADISON – Remaining permits for the 2012 spring turkey hunting season will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis starting Monday, March 19. Designated zones will be sold each day, starting at 10 a.m. and continue through midnight or until all permits for that zone and/or time period are sold out.

The following zones have leftover permits, and the scheduled sales dates are as follows:

 

  • Zone 1 – Monday, March 19
  • Zone 2 – Tuesday, March 20
  • Zone 3 – Wednesday, March 21
  • Zone 4 – Thursday, March 22
  • Zones 5, 6 and 7 – Friday, March 2

Starting Saturday March 24, any remaining permits will be available for purchase until the zone or time period is sold out, or until the season ends.

Customers may purchase one permit per day.

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For more information contact:

  • Scott Walter – 608-267-7861
  • Krista McGinley – 608-261-8458
  • Bob Manwell – DNR public affairs – 608-264-9248

Volunteers needed for 2012 sturgeon guard

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“Sturgeon Guard” volunteers are the eyes and ears of the DNR where personnel is short-handed. Essential to the protection of Wisconsin sturgeon. Indispensable to the WDNR.
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OSHKOSH, Wis. – It is a spectacle seen nowhere else in the world. Each year, in mid-April the largest population of lake sturgeon in the world spawns in northeastern Wisconsin. The giant, prehistoric fish make their way from the Winnebago Lakes up the Wolf River as they have for the past 10,000 years.

While groups of male sturgeon battle it out for the opportunity to fertilize a female’s eggs, standing on the shore are groups of volunteers making sure the fish are not touched. It has been this way for nearly 30 years and will happen again in 2012.

The Department of Natural Resources is looking for volunteers for the Sturgeon Guard. This elite group was created in the mid-1980s to make sure the fish, which slam themselves along the shoreline during spawning, aren’t illegally netted or speared.

“Those working as members of the sturgeon guard are extremely important to the continued strength of the sturgeon population,” said warden supervisor Carl Mesman, DNR sturgeon camp coordinator, “Our volunteers are not only passionate about protecting the fish, but have become part of this incredible success story. Many come back year after year just to be a part of it.”

Spawning usually takes place between a five and nine day period. Those who can be available day or night have the best chance of observing the spawning sturgeon. Guards should be prepared for any and all weather conditions and are encouraged to pair up with a friend or family member to keep them company during their 12-hour shifts.

Anyone interested in volunteering should visit the DNR website and search for “sturgeon guard.”

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FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

  • Rebecca Pawlak, fisheries technician 920-303-5429
  • Carl Mesman, sturgeon camp coordinator 920-787-3051
  • Trish Ossmann, public affairs manager – 920-662-5122

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