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OUTDOORS RADIO eNews Vol.10 Issue S1010

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Vol. 10 Issue S1010  07 MARCH 2015

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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show, March 4-8 WI Exposition Center State Fair Park
SHOW 1010 - 07 MARCH 2015 - Archery opportunities abound at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show, March 4-8 at State Fair Park | Help protect the Bristol Bay salmon fishery | Preview of new features at the Wisconsin Deer and Turkey Expo, April 10-12 in Madison | Late-ice panfish tips for the Madison chain | Jeff scores high and ACES the USA Ice Team! | Meet Dan at the Milwaukee Sports Show. - Dan Small

This Week Contest:  Deer & Turkey Expo 4-ticket giveaway;  Niagra Falls Fishing Aventure - Sprint Giveaway
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!

CWD in Wisconsin’s deer herd.. concern?Disease sampling results provide current snapshot of CWD in Wisconsin

MADISON - State wildlife officials sampled more than 5,400 deer for chronic wasting disease statewide in 2014, finding 324 positive detections, primarily within the endemic area in southern Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has monitored trends in chronic wasting disease distribution and prevalence within Wisconsin since its discovery in 2002. In 2014, focus was placed upon deer population segments within locations deemed most likely to harbor the disease.

"Long-term monitoring of disease patterns is crucial in understanding the dynamics of this CWD, and it's also important to make sure we keep the public informed," said Tami Ryan, DNR wildlife health section chief.
Within the Southwest Wisconsin monitoring area, encompassing Northwestern Dane and Northeastern Iowa counties, prevalence was found to be 25 percent for adult (2.5+ years-old) male white-tailed deer, over 10 percent for adult female deer, roughly 8 percent in yearling males, and nearly 7 percent in yearling females.
According to Ryan, prevalence continues to increase within the department's long-term monitoring area in Southwest Wisconsin, and remains higher in males than females and higher in adults than yearlings.

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Guests on this week's show S1010 Outdoors Radio w/Dan Small
SCOTT HED | Director of the Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska reports on efforts to stop the proposed Pebble Mine and protect water quality and the world’s greatest wild salmon fishery in Bristol Bay |

ROB SCHAFFHAUSER | Co-owner of West Town Archery in Brookfield talks about the three archery ranges at this week’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show at State Fair Park | |

GLENN HELGELAND | Founder and content director of the Field & Stream/Outdoor Life Deer & Turkey Expos previews highlights of the Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo, April 10-12 in Madison |

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DUFFY KOPF | Nebulus and Jiffy pro-staffer reports on ice-fishing action on the Madison chain and offers tips for late-ice panfish

NEWS #1 -Largest recreational and forest land acquisition in Wisconsin history approved
News Feature #1MADISON - The second phase of an easement that permanently secures public recreation on 65,867 forest acres in Douglas, Bayfield, Burnett and Washburn counties was approved by the State Natural Resources Board at their February meeting in Madison.

In the second phase, the Department of Natural Resources will acquire an easement from the Lyme St. Croix Forest Company on 21,189 acres at the price of $5,615,148. The board approved the first phase of the transaction, consisting of 44,678 - acres at a cost of $11,260,000, in June of 2012. The DNR applied for and received $3,750,000 in federal Forest Legacy Program funding for the second phase of the purchase. The remainder of the funding will come from the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program.

Together the properties will be known as the Brule-St. Croix Legacy Forest, because the property is located at the headwaters of the St. Croix and Bois-Brule rivers in the state's northwest sands area. The entire project contains 80 small lakes and ponds, 14 miles of streams, and a globally significant Pine Barrens habitat.

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  • Doug Haag, DNR real estate specialist (608) 266-2136

NEWS #2 - March County Deer Advisory Council meetings will focus on antlerless harvest quota recommendations

MADISON -- Deer population objectives in each county have been approved for a three-year period, and County Deer Advisory Councils will meet for the first time in 2015 beginning March 16.

CDAC meetings are open to the public, and input is encouraged as councils form preliminary deer harvest quota recommendations for the 2015 deer season.

In 2014, each council proposed a population objective (increase, decrease or maintain) for their county's deer herd. These population objectives, approved by the Natural Resources Board Feb. 25, will guide deer management decisions over the next three years.

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  • Kevin Wallenfang, DNR big game ecologist (608) 261-7589
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