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DSORe eNews Vol.10 Issue s1013

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Vol. 10 Issue S1013  28 MARCH 2015
OUTDOORS RADIO - SHOW 1013 - 28 MARCH 2015Outdoor Troubadours comes to Sportsman Channel April 1. Niagara River trout action is hot now. Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund vendor contest winner announced. Jeff shoots sporting clays at Little Creek Lodge in Little Suamico and catches Green Bay Blizzard game. Dan scores browns and steelhead on the Root River. -Dan Small

Fields & Stream, Outdoor Life - Deer & Turkey Expo, April 10-12, Madison WI
ThisWeek's Contest Line: 2 Great Contests !!This Week's Giveaway: Four tickets to the Field & Stream/Outdoor Life Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo, April 10-12 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email Leave your name and phone number and mention the Deer & Turkey Expo giveaway.

New Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure
Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin’ Jake’s Charters of Youngstown, NY | Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel & Spa in Lewiston | Passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions | Shimano rod & reel package | To enter the drawing - visit or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That’s all there is to it!


Poll S1013: Silencers in Wisconsin hunting?Hunting with silencers in Wisconsin?

Outdoor News blogger Kristen Monroe wrote:
I think of a hardcore criminal on the big screen trying to kill their enemy in silence when I hear the word silencer, or suppressor. I certainly never thought about them in a positive light. Why would anyone consider using them for hunting?

It is legal to purchase and hunt with suppressors in Wisconsin, but owning a suppressor that is not properly registered and taxed is a felony. To my surprise, only a few states prohibit them. And two of them are our neighbors. 

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Show 1013 Special Guests
BILL HILTS, JR. | Outdoor promotions director for Niagara Tourism & Convention Corporation details great fishing opportunities on the Lower Niagara River

JOHN HILGERS | Executive producer and host of Outdoor Troubadours announces this new show’s first season on Sportsman Channel

DIXIE BRAEMER | Sales associate at Walters Do-It-Best Hardware in Algoma tells how Walters won the Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund vendor contest for highest percentage of donations to the fund,

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DUFFY KOPF | Pro angler reports good ice-out action for panfish on the Madison chain and walleyes on Lake Wisconsin and the Wisconsin River  -
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NEWS #1  Special effort to be made to allow Jackson County elk to adjust to new surroundings

BLACK RIVER FALLS - Special precautions are being taken to help make sure elk received from Kentucky become accustomed to their new home in Jackson County.

As part of current elk reintroduction efforts, a 7 acre acclimation pen is being built in the Dike 17 Wildlife Habitat Area, located within the Black River State Forest near Black River Falls, Wis. All elk brought to Jackson County from Kentucky will be held in the pen for a minimum of 75 days to satisfy health testing requirements and allow the elk to become familiar with their new surroundings.

Due to stringent health testing requirements, an 8 acre buffer area surrounding the pen will be temporarily closed to ensure the quarantine period is not jeopardized.

Read more here:

  • Scott Roepke, DNR wildlife biologist - (715) 896-4947

POLL s1013, oak wilt strikes!

NEWS #2  Safest time to prune oak trees is before April to prevent oak wilt

MADISON - To protect oak trees and help prevent oak wilt, state forestry officials advise people with oak trees on their property not to prune them from April through July. Spring and early summer pruning makes oak trees vulnerable tooak wilt, a fatal fungal disease of oaks.

Any tree damage during this time creates an opening to expose live tree tissue and provides an opportunity for the oak wilt fungus to invade and establish itself in the tree.

"In general, spring pruning of deciduous trees should be avoided. Spring is the time when tree buds and leaves are growing, leaving the tree's food reserves low," according to Don Kissinger, a Department of Natural Resources urban forester.

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