Fishing And Hunting Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-15


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FISHING AND HUNTING NOTES Richard A Johnson of Columbus Ohio off Miiinii Florida last week caught a sailfish G feet feet4Va 4Va inches long longTwo Two negroes trolling with hand lines recently at West Palm Beach Fla hooked a tarnon The fish fought for threequarters of an hour and was landed landedThe The London Thames Angling Preservation Society has recently placed 95000 more fish in the river at Siinbury and Shepiierton making a total since Feb ¬ ruary 1 of 233000 233000A A bill has been introduced in the Michigan legis ¬ lature making it illegal to pursue migratory wild fowl in an airtihine And still the flock of legisla ¬ tors is permitted to live liveA A fliMk of wild mallards descended upon the pen containing the live decoys owned by W F Schmidt of Fremont O and gave the decoys a sound drub ¬ bing before the wild birds were driven away awayA A bill has been introduced in this Maine legisla ¬ ture prohibiting plug or still fishing in Maine llkes stocked with or inhabited by trout salmon and togue The bill is meeting with opposition oppositionA A fishy old fisher namer Fischer FischerFished Fished fish from the edge of a fissure A cod with a grin Pulled tlu fisherman in Now theyre fishing the fissure for Fischer Anglers News NewsTrout Trout fishing began throughout New York State April 5 and the season opens April 10 in Pennsyl ¬ vania Massachusetts and Vermont All fish to be retained must be six inches or over The catch limit in the last three mentioned states is Penn ¬ sylvania and Massachusetts 25 flsli New Hainp tkire 0 pounds Geucril II 0 Trexler has a herd of fortyseven bison on his Allentown Pa reservation The largest private herd numbers 700 and is owned by the Phillips estate Fort Pierre S D The largest herd in the vorld numbers 2291 and is at the Wainwright Buffalo Farm Alberta Canada CanadaV V fish expert declares that the rainbow trout is a distinct disappointment as an eastern fish He believes that it is a waste of time and money to attempt to stock him and that the brown trout should invariably be pill into waters not suitable for the native trout

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