Fishing and Hunting Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-24


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FISHING AND HUNTING NOTES In Malabar, India, according to Francis Day, the flesh of the saw fish "is as much esteemed as that of the shark." The dogfish of the southern inundated lands is known to anglers as- Jolinuie Grindle. Uib. swamp scrapper. There is nothing that he will not tackle, live bait, flies or plugs. The. . Oregon. .Sportsmens .League urges the state to make an appropriation in co-operation with the United States Biological Survey for the cxtermlna- tion of bobcats, cougars and timber wolves. Two moonfisli, natives of the Orient, -were recently taken at San Diego, Cal. The presence of the strange fish, anglers believe, is due to the fact that the waters are five degrees warmer than usual. The "Wisconsin Game Protective Association recommends "that the United States Bureau of Fisheries" "place a" man in" La Crosse in charge of a fish hatch-cry to be located there and that a part of his duties would be to rescue fish from the land locked waters." , .. , - " I Six buffnlo--two bulls and four cows of the Cor-liin herd at Meriden, N. II., will be shortly shipped to the State Forest Preserve in Urania, La., and placed in-thc same inclosure as the elk herd that came from the Yellowstone National Park three years ago.

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