Regional News Update: June 29th, 2010

Two anglers save an elderly woman in Idaho, pheasant numbers drop in North Dakota, Pennsylvania faces new bowhunting rules and much more.

MIDWEST

-Illinois: Group appeals to Obama for Asian carp help

-North Dakota: Pheasant numbers are down

-Kansas: Horse Thief Reservoir opens for recreation

-Nebraska: Hunting in hog heaven

-Ohio: Angler comes close to breaking state walleye record

-Missouri: Hunters helping farmers

WEST

-Colorado: As Arkansas River finally falls, fish rise

-Montana: Taxidermist sues FWP over sting operation involving trophy sheep

-Idaho: Two anglers save elderly woman from car wreck

-Colorado: Ancient tool found in melting ice near Yellowstone

-Wyoming: Pine beetle fight is now or never

-Hawaii: Accidents claim kayak anglers

-New Mexico: Woman recovers from bear attack

SOUTH

-Georgia: DNR proposes Three Rivers to shad fishing

-Texas: Anglers brace for storm that’s headed for coast

-Arkansas: Deer season in review

-Kentucky: Problem bear still at large

-Alabama: Gulf fishing ban expanded

-Florida: Gator hunters allowed a second chance

-Virginia: Elk reintroduction plan pits hunters against farmers

EAST

-Maine: Why is Maine’s moose lottery and hunt disappearing?

-Pennsylvania: First wild pheasant area becomes official

-Pennsylvania: Bow-hunting bill heads to governor

-Maryland: State buys disabled firearms for hunting classes

-Maryland: Diamond Jim is worth big money in state fishing tournament

-Massachusetts: Changes to bluefin regs sure to make big impact

-Delaware: Five things to know about spotting wild turkeys