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MIDWEST
-Wisconsin: Elk reintroduction could begin next year

-Wisconsin: Summer action on a trout stream? Plenty hot

-North Dakota: A new rule about establishing presence

-Minnesota: Guide has a line on people and fish

-South Dakota: Division over grasslands shows up in Washington, D.C.

-South Dakota: State expands search for chronic wasting disease

-Indiana: River otters make a comeback

-Ohio: The fishing is friendly on Lake Erie

-Michigan: Sen. Jason Allen begins work on new moose hunting season

-Kansas: $35.7 M for refuge acquisitions and grants for migratory birds

-Kansas: Resident elk, deer permit applications due

WEST

-Alaska: Bear danger creates dispute over trail status

-Washington: You’re likely to catch it all at Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir

-Colorado: Bear attacks man in east Vail

-Colorado: Upper Colorado named sixth most endangered in the country

-California: Striped bass: Delta villains?

-Utah: Island hunt still drawing fire

-Wyoming: Take a kid fishing Saturday

-Montana: High water closes access

-Oregon: Wallowa Lake yielding monster fish with new unofficial world-record

SOUTH

Florida: Sea creatures gather near shore to avoid oil

Florida: Hot weather means getting out early, or going out at night

Louisiana: House overwhelmingly OKs bill to allow firearms in state parks

Arkansas: Elite Series Bass Tournament set for Arkansas River

Kentucky: State to take over Otter Creek Park

Kentucky: Weather makes fishing hazardous

Texas: Man found not guilty of harassing hunters

EAST

-Delaware: Fishing report

-Massachusetts: Governor backs lawsuit over fed fishing rules

-Vermont: Guilty plea, sentencing in stray bullet death

-Maine: NOAA mapping bottom of Cobscook Bay

-Maine: Sportsmen face dwindling access to land

-Connecticut: Funds open for Long Island Sound and Candlewood Lake

-Teaser photo by Jerry Davis

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