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MIDWEST
-Minnesota: Public gets access to 187,000 acres

-Indiana: Hunters can sign up to help landowners

-Missouri: New deer hunting regulations announced for 2010

-North Dakota: Anglers being forced to work for fish

-Kansas: Home waters quietly under attack

-Wisconsin: Keep your dogs safe from wolves

-Michigan: Salmon coming in, trout heading out

WEST

-New Mexico: Boy Scout survives bear attack

-Washington: It’s hot, and so is fishing in the strait

-Montana: State looks to acquire land on Sixteenmile Creek for fishing

-Montana: FWP Commission meets to set wolf quota

-California: Mercury found in fish from S.F. water supply

-California: Mountain lion killed by police officers

-Utah: The revival of Uintah’s Pelican Lake

SOUTH

-Georgia: Feral hogs a big problem for Thomas Co. farmers

-Texas: Study shows costal marshes losing ability to support ducks

-Florida: Apply for summer hog hunts on WMAs

-North Carolina: Fish these spots without a boat

-Tennessee: Tragedy inspired outdoorsman’s television show

EAST

-Maine: Alewife plan causes controversy

-New Hampshire: More geese gassed on Ammonoosuc River

-Maryland: Public issues take root on private hunting island

-Pennsylvania: Gun rights advocates get new energy in “castle doctrine”

-Pennsylvania: Deer chief says there’s no need for antler restriction changes

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