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DNR ELIMINATING CORMORANT CONTROL PROGRAM?

January 12, 2015 |

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 12, 2015 Contact: Amy Trotter, Resource Policy Manager | 517.346.6484 | atrotter@mucc.org MUCC Urges Continuation of Vital Cormorant Control Program Successful Fisheries Program Could be Jeopardized by Budget Cuts  Double Crested Cormorant Lansing– Michigan United Conservation Clubs is concerned that the Department of Natural Resources may eliminate its cormorant control program. With…

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THE OPENER: WHAT'S IN YOUR BAG?

January 12, 2015 |

 Northern Pike Picture: Dundeesportsmansclub.com At the most recent conference call of the DNR and fishing groups interested in warm water fisheries resources, there was a discussion of the pros and cons of eliminating the combined possession limit (CPL) of bass, walleye, northern pike, and flathead catfish in favor of creating possession limits for each species.…

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REACH OUTDOORS: REACHING OUT TO LAKEVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL

January 9, 2015 |

by Shaun McKeon, MUCC Education Director  One of the goals at MUCC is to create future generations of hunting and fishing sportsmen and women.  Before the holiday break I had a fantastic opportunity to plant the seed of conservation with a group of middle school students from Otisville, Michigan. I was invited to visit Lakeville…

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