• Climate change: real danger to wildlife or false alarm? • Meet the Droptine Divas! • How did grouse survive the winter? • UTV or ATV?
• Last chance to vote for your favorite contestant in the Red Green look-alike contest launched at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show. Vote online at www.mptv.org through March 31.
Results for POLL s512 Should the DNR fund research to determine the impact of predators such as wolves, bears, coyotes and bobcats on deer in Wisconsin? YES 71% | NO 18% | MAYBE 12% | UNDECIDED 0% | OTHER 0% IMPRESSIONS: 235 | RESPONSES: 17 | COMMENTS: 2
Background: New Report Outlines Strategies for Adaptation to Climate Change
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A consortium of sportsmen's groups including the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership this week released a new report, “Beyond Season's End,” that addresses how the negative effects of climate change on America's fish and wildlife populations can be mitigated through practical adaptive management strategies. The report stresses that funding for state fish and wildlife agencies via passage of national legislation is key to implementation of such on-the-ground approaches. Read the full report...
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of the Bipartisan Policy Center and senior policy advisor to the Wildlife Management Institute, talks about the new report Beyond Seasons End, which examines the impact of climate change on fisheries, wildlife habitat and outdoor recreation.
Mar. 27: 10th Annual Watertown Area Outdoor Expo & Wild Game Feed, Calvary Baptist Church, 792 Milford St., Watertown, WI. 12-7 p.m. Seminars on sausage making, taxidermy, fly tying, turkey & duck calling, trapping, reloading & more. Online Info: Contact: Mary Sielaff, 920-988-4315
March 27: SE Wisconsin Chapter Pheasants Forever banquet and vendor fair, American Serb Hall, 5101 W. Oklahoma Ave., Milwaukee. Online Info:Contact:Jeff Kern, email@example.com , 414-313-5841
March 27-28: 2nd annual Great Northwoods Spring Sports Show at Lake of the Torches Resort Casino in Lac du Flambeau. Free admission, free lure to first 200 attendees each day, hunting & fishing exhibitors & vendors, seminars on salmon, muskies, walleyes & smallmouths. Online Info:
March 27: Nicolet/Wild Rivers Chapter Ruffed Grouse Society Banquet, Crandon Community Center, Crandon, WI. Online Info:Contact: Dave Ziolkowski, 715-336-2523
Apr. 9-11: Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo, Alliant Energy Center, Madison. Online info: Contact: Glenn Helgeland, 262-242-3990,firstname.lastname@example.org
April 10: Robert J. Lytle Chapter Ruffed Grouse Society, Gun Dog Fun Trial, Farmland Pheasant Hunters, Imlay City, MI Online Info: Contact: Brad Johnson, 989-430-0138, email@example.com
April 12: Wisconsin DNR Spring Fish & Game Hearings and Conservation Congress meetings, 7:00 p.m. in all 72 counties. Online Info:
April 12: David Uihlein Chapter Ruffed Grouse Society banquet, 5:00 p.m., Milwaukee Athletic Club. Tickets $75. Auction, raffles, memorial tribute to Dave Uihlein. Online Info: Contact:Jim Hayett, firstname.lastname@example.org, 262-691-0100 x 22
April 12: Oak Creek Flyway Chapter Ducks Unlimited Banquet, 5:00 p.m. Muskego Lakes Country Club. Online Info:
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater team places fourth out of 40 teams in FLW Central Division Championship at Lake of the Ozarks
Some college dudes head for ocean beaches during Spring Break, others get caught up in NCAA March Madness, but students from 40 colleges and universities competed last weekend in the FLW Collegiate Fishing Central Division Championship last weekend at Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri.
A team from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, consisting of Tyler Netzer and Jordan Truttschell, placed fourth under extremely tough conditions. Sponsored by IronClads™ soft bait brands, Netzer and Truttschell scored two bass, with a total weight of 5 lbs. 11 oz.
The UWW Team IronClads™ anglers were aremed with the new Wak-E-Spins, TXS-Spins, Tube-Spins, Shad-Spins and Craw-Spins lines, in addition to premium IC-Inline series and pre-rigged weightless IronClads™ series designed for drop-shotting and skipping under docks and structure.
The top five teams from each regional championship will advance to the National Guard FLW College Fishing National Championship, a three-day televised event hosting the top five teams from each regional event, for a total of 25 teams. Each team will be provided shirts and wrapped Ranger boats towed by Chevy trucks for this competition.
The winning team will be declared the National Guard FLW Collegiate National Champion and will qualify for the 2011 Forrest Wood Cup.
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