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Well-managed dove fields are good as gold

From the Topeka Capital-Journal, Marc Murrell has an article on the upcoming KS Dove Season.  It looks like KDWPT is providing lots of opportunities for folks to enjoy a great dove hunt, including offering a number of youth & mentor hunts.

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All of these managed dove fields will be listed on the KDWPT website ( in the coming weeks prior to the dove season opener with the requirements also listed for each area. In addition, “special” dove hunting opportunities will be available through the KDWPT Special Hunts Program.

200 kids attend the Alabama Wildlife Federation Youth Fishing Rodeo

From, here is a nice story on the 11th annual Youth Fishing Rodeo hosted by the Alabama Wildlife Federation.

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MILLBROOK, Alabama -- Around 200 kids gathered at Lanark with their fishing poles on Saturday for the Alabama Wildlife Federation's 11th annual Youth Fishing Rodeo in Millbrook.

The free event, which is intended for ages 15 and under, aims to give youth the chance to experience and learn more about the outdoors while spending time with friends and family.

Elizabeth Johnson, Alabama Nature Center's community education coordinator, said the event has seen

Forty-Eight Fields Available for Public Dove Hunting

From the Edgefield, SC Edgefield Advertiser, it looks like folks in SC will have some great dove hunting opportunities!

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Forty-eight public dove fields will be available across the state during the 2013-14 mourning dove season through the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife Management Area program. A county-by-county list of public dove fields and special youth hunts is available online or can be obtained by writing: DNR, Attn: Public Dove Fields, PO Box 167, Columbia, SC 29202, or by calling (803) 734-3886 in Columbia.

Annual Kids' Fishing Derby

From the Grand Rapids Herald-Review comes a story about the 23rd Annual Kid's Fishing Derby.

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The 23rd annual U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kids’ Fishing Derby took place at the Leech Lake Dam Recreation Area recently, with 171 participants and their families attending for a day of water safety and fishing education.

The goal of the event is to introduce youth to the outdoors – specifically the sport of fishing, and the importance of “catch-and-release,” while also providing a strong water safety message.

Kids take up fishing on South Anna River

From the Richmond, VA TimesDispatch comes a nice article on a youth fishing camp that gives kids the opportunity to get outdoors and go fishing.

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As we fished, I talked to Brandon, aka Big Kahuna.

“My parents aren’t really outdoorsy,” he told me, as we scouted a wood-filled bend in the river.

His mom was a lawyer, and his dad was a VCU professor, he said. They weren’t into fishing, but he told them he wanted to give it a try. His dad found the camp online. The day before, Brandon had caught a five-pound largemouth bass in a pond VCU owns near Ashland.


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