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bowling will Then the bird hopped quickly down to one of the screens and latched onto a fingerling rainbow trout. The fish continued to struggle in the bird's mouth as the black and white scavenger walked away. For such thieving critters Mr. Wright keeps a rifle in one of. the nearby buildings. But this particular magpie was cagey. When Dave went for the rifle, the magpie flew out of the country. "Bet I've killed between 200 and 300 magpies near the hatchery," Dave said disgustedly. "But there are always a few around to keep stealing the small trout." Starlings, blackbirds and robins also prey on small hatchery raceways. trout in Friends Ernie Cowan report Triscik and Bill exceptional luck last week near Afton. "Water is murky but not muddy," Ernie phoned. "Even in wind and rain I caught several trout Tuesday. Wednesday I seven nice browns -- all about 14 inches long. Believe I could have caught a hundred fish one day. Good fishin' should continue for some time. You've to know how to fish this Work heads of the holes and the bait moving." · Would catching an 18-pound mackinaw make you happy? Jack Bowen, Ogden angler, very happy when he boated a fish on Jackson Lake last In fact, the entire party of fishermen -- Arlo Felix, Dr. Tribe and Henry Wright--caught trout at Jackson. "We filled up with cutthroats _,... . . , ,. ,. and macks," Arlo phoned. "Not White hunters are leading the too many other people were Alaskan natives two to one in taking polar bears. The white man has the advantage because ing such sensational luck. But we did -- using spinning with dare-devils. Jack took the big mack on a red and white he can fly as far as 200 miles from shore to hunt the big white bier using 10 pound test bruins on the ice floes. There is no control over hunting bears more than three miles from shore. One bear per hunter, per year is the bag limit. No females accompanied by cubs may be killed. Until a year or two ago the polar bear was well protected by conditions under which they live. But airplanes have changed that. It's impossible to tell if the increased kill is too high for the number of bears living on'the ice. · · · Good news concerning. Salt River in Star Valley, Wyo.J This writer would like to about your fishing trips this summer, locally or out-of-state. If catch that 'big one', enter the lunker in the KLO Trout We can also use photographs you and your catches. Pheasant populations h a nearly doubled in North Dakota over last year . . . attributed mild winters . . . establishment Soil Bank will favorably affect populations of pheasants, sharp- tails and other upland birds. North Dakota wants its to know that the department doesn't feed fish during the

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 08 Jun 1958, Sun,
  3. Page 15

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