Fishing And Hunting Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1918-12-13


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FISHING AND HUNTING NOTES The United Sportsmen of Pennsylvania is in favor of a law requiring nonresident fishermen to pay a license to fish in all waters of the statc statcThe The Adirondack fur bearers according to trappers have a light roat which would indicate in the view of these woodsmen a mild and open winter winterThe The largest black hear killed this season in the irondacks was shot by Bert C Alvord of Tup IKrs Lake The animal weighed 200 pounds poundsThe The New York State Same Farm at Dexter N Y according to a report sent to the Conservation Commission hatched S000 pheasants this year yearThe The largest trout taken from the Spokane River in Washington weighed six and threequarter pounds It was caught by a Spokane amateur amateurThe The open season on quail in Indiana will close on Friday December 20 while In Missouri the little brown beauties can be legally hunted until the end of this month monthThis This week will see the close of the moose and caribou season in Alberta British Columbia Mani ¬ toba and Saskatchewan antelope in Manitoba elk in Saskatchewan and goat in British Columbia ColumbiaUsing Using a No 12 black gnat fly C L Sutton of Anaconda Mont in Beaverheail Kiver Montana landed an eastern trout weighing five and one quarter pounds and a rainbow trout of eight pounds poundsAfter After January 1 1919 the northern sportsman who wishes fo do any quail hunting will have to go to some of the southern states Alabama and Mis ¬ sissippi allowing shooting of these birds until March 1 1Judge Judge G D B Hasbrouck John D Schoonniaker Robert Rodie and V II Van Slyke of Kingston X Y in the neighborhood of Slide Mountain Catskill recently killed a black bear weighing over 200 pounds poundsThe The Oakland Cal Chamber of Commerce be ¬ cause of the need of conservation of barley and other grain will not feed this winter the thousands of ducks that it has been accustomed to give food to in Lake Merritt MerrittMany Many Ohio sportsmen complied with the request of C A Baxter chief game warden that during the open season for niffed grouse November 15 to December 4 they refrain from hunting the bird because of its decreased numbers throughout the state stateA A party of five deer hunters from NHes Mich and one man from Buchanan spent two weeks in the woods of northern Michigan deer hunting return ¬ ing to their homes the day before Thanksgiving with five bucks and two does besides an abundance of muskrat and mink skins The law of Michigan allows one deer for each hunter and one for camp use so it will be see 11 that this party got the limit notwithstanding the conditions for hunting were not the most favorable

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