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DNR plans to increase pheasant stocking in 2013

11:03 AM, Aug. 21, 2013
A group heads in from the field while pheasant hunting in eastern Marathon County in 1999.
A group heads in from the field while pheasant hunting in eastern Marathon County in 1999.
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The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources plans to release 75,000 pheasants on 92 public properties across the state in 2013. These stocking levels are up from 54,000 pheasants released on 70 public properties in 2012.

"The additional properties stocked this year will allow hunters to explore and find success on properties they may not have hunted in the past," said Bob Nack, DNR Poynette game farm manager. "There's certainly something special about a fall pheasant hunt, and being able to expand opportunities for our pheasant hunters is very exciting."

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