Spring fish, game hearings set here, across state Monday night

Questions ranging from increasing the size of panfish on eight Langlade County lakes to simplifying trout regulations will be reviewed at the 2015 spring wildlife and fisheries rules hearing.

The hearings will be held statwide beginning at 7 p.m. on Monday. The Langlade County location is the multi-purpose building at the Langlade County fairgrounds.

This year there are 112 questions that cover a broad array of statewide and local proposed rules changes for state hunting, trapping and fishing rules, as well as advisory questions from the state Natural Resources Board and Wisconsin Conservation Congress.

Full story: Antigo Daily Journal

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