Hunting, Fishing And Sport, Daily Racing Form, 1919-08-01


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HUNTING FISHING AND SPORT Quails prairie chickens Introduced pheasants and wild turkeys are protected in the State of Michi ¬ gan until 1920 1920There There is no open season on quails in Ohio or Wis ¬ consin but ruffed grouse may be shot in the last named state after October 1 1919 1919Unless Unless the game law of Wisconsin has been amended since a year ago prairie chickens may be shut in that state after September 7 next nextQuails Quails prairie chickens and Introduced pheasants are protected in Iowa until 1922 but ruffed grouse may be shot in that state from November 1 to December 15 15The The new game law of Ohio makes the open sea ¬ son oil squirrels from August 20 to September 20 but as the new law does not go into effect until September 3 next the open season this year will be from Septeml er 3 to September 20 20The The famotia Thompson Lake near Havana 111 which hax Ixcn counted one of the finest fishing ground In the xtute is to be drained iu the interests lit agriculture Approximately SOOO acres will be reclaimed at an estimated outlay of 400000 400000The The owl has no motion in the eye the globe of wlildi is immovably fixed in ita socket by a strong elastic hard cartilaginous case but in order to compensate for the absence of motion in the eye the owl is able to turn its head round in almost a complete circle without moving its body bodyThe The Cowlitz County Wash game commission received a shipment of 20000 rainbow trout fry from the federal hatchery on the Claekaiuas River Oregon Game Warden George Oyster liberated them in Coal Creek Three hundred thousand silver trout fry were deposited in Silver Lake and nearby streams this year yearFarmers Farmers living along the James River in the vicinity of Menuo S D are catching large num ¬ bers of Missouri River catfish which have found their way Into the James River Paul Hert and Emmett Ulmer recently brought some of these cat ¬ fish to Me nno which had been marooned on a sand bar One weighed fiftysix pounds one twentysix pounds and another eighteen pounds poundsMore More than 15000 game fish many of them x f good size were transferred recently from the Charlie Itoyd Pond near Newstead Kentucky to Lake Fundy the fishing preserve owned by the Hopkins ville Hunting and Fishing Club The pond showed Indications of drying up and permission was given the club to have it seined Grapple black perch channel cat and bass were numerous In the hauls

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