|SHOW 1002 January 10, 2015Thanks to the cold snap, the ice is nice across Wisconsin – time for some hardwater fishing. Lake Home and Cabin Show preview. Time for winter fun in Adams County. Dan gets ready for the Milwaukee Boat Show. Dan and Jeff promote Wisconsin Free Ice Fishing Weekend Jan. 17-18.
THIS WEEKS DRAWING
THIS WEEK SPECIAL GUESTS
MARK LA BARBERA | Founder and organizer of the Midwest Outdoor Heritage Education Expo invites teachers and parents to bring 4th-6th-graders to the second annual expo, May 14-15 at the MacKenzie Center near Poynette – http://www.
PEGGY FARRELL | International and Wisconsin director of the Becoming an Outdoorswoman program announces some great winter programs for women
BRENT CHAPMAN/AARON MARTENS | Pro anglers talk about the upcoming Bassmasters Classic and suggest what it takes to compete at the elite pro angler – http://www.nasportshow.com/,http://www.bassmaster.com/
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OUTDOOR RADIO NEWS
NEWS #1 – Thrills on the line as ice fishing season ramps up
NEWS #2 – Final comment period begins for Wisconsin Wild Turkey Management Plan
|Results for POLL S936|
Do you favor introducing non-native species to control invasive pests?
|Raising wolf population from 350 to 500 …???|
DSORe POLL S937
DNR survey says higher tolerance for wolves
Wausau, Wis. — Pressured by an ever-growing number of wolf advocates wishing to increase the state’s population goal to at least 500 animals this fall, the DNR now has in its mitts the very data the agency could use to justify that kind of move.
The results of a DNR-mailed survey released early last week show that – in several respects – state citizens support having a higher number of wolves on the landscape than exist right now – even those living in what’s considered wolf country, or wolf range, as it’s referred to in the survey.
At the same time, sportsmen, farmers, county board members from northern Wisconsin, and any other stakeholder group that has been tracking Wisconsin wolf management, have been telling the DNR that the state’s wolf population goal must remain at its current level – 350 – even as the DNR rewrites its wolf plan this fall.
For more information contact:
“Do you favor raising the wolf population goal from the current level of 350 wolves to 500 wolves?”
WHAT do YOU think of this?
|NEXT WEEK: Results for POLL S937|