Monthly Archives: June 2009

NOT-SO-GOOD BILLS

NOT-SO-GOOD BILLS: Dog owners, especially hunting dog owners, are under assault in the state legislature, with three bad bills pending. SB 250 would mandate spaying or neutering of your dog with very limited exceptions. It would basically eliminate many breeders … Continue reading

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DUCK STAMP PRICES COULD GO UP

     DUCK STAMP PRICES COULD GO UP: Legislation introduced by John Dingell of Michigan and Robert Wittman of Virginia would jack up the cost of the federal duck stamp from $15 to $25 for the 2010-11 hunting season, and then … Continue reading

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Pure European Boar hunts

We just wanted everyone to know that the hunting season at Cedar Canyon Ranch is going well with some nice tuskers being taken . The hogs are well fured right now with five inch long hair and wooly undercoats. Come … Continue reading

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This bad penny just won’t go away: AB962 would ban most ammunition sales

     After being placed in the suspense file, and everyone thinking it was dead, Aseembly Bill 962 is moving through the state legislature again. It passed the state assembly Wednesday and now moves to the state senate. How it got … Continue reading

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Veteran Duck Stamp Artist Wins California Duck Stamp Competition

An Indiana artist has won the 2009 California Duck Stamp Contest, the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) announced. Jeffrey Klinefelter’s painting of a pair of northern shovelers was selected by a panel of wildlife experts at an open judging … Continue reading

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