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  1. The Lodge
    Let me hear your thoughts on what the habitat will look like come November. Will they be able to get Japanese Millet growing in Saylorville/Red Rock? Will many of our marshes be open water wastelands? I also assume we will lose many more acres of huntable marsh in the Missouri basin due to...
  2. The Lodge
    Waterfowl Hunting Has Large Economic Impact in Midwestern States Wednesday, March 18, 2009 New Report Shows Waterfowl Hunting’s Contribution to U.S. Economy Washington, D.C. - infoZine - Waterfowl hunters spent $900 million on a variety of goods and services from food, transportation, guns...
  3. The Lodge
    Weather impact and Waterfowl Hunting -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Forecast your waterfowl hunting success Weather conditions have an enormous influence on duck hunting success. To make the most of their days afield, waterfowlers must...
  4. Conservation Forum
    The Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ fisheries biologists recently completed fish population surveys of lakes at risk from winter kills and found most had less impact than originally feared. Meyers Lake, in Black Hawk County, and Silver Lake, in Delaware County, each suffered...
  5. Conservation Forum
    High water continues to impact state parks 06/10/2008 @ 05:43 PM STRAWBERRY POINT - A two mile section of road in Backbone State Park will be closed until the end of July to repair washout damage and remove downed trees caused by heavy rains and storms over the past few weeks. The park...
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