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The following was extracted from an announcement from the Oklahoma Wildlife Department email.

I just thought you would like to know of the upcoming public hearings.

Dale Steele, Oklahoma Trailchasers (Thanks for the heads up Dale)


Hunting and fishing regulation changes to be discussed at upcoming meetings Biologists with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation are encouraging sportsmen to attend upcoming public meetings to learn more about a number of proposed hunting and fishing regulation changes, including proposals to extend the turkey season in southeast Oklahoma and
increase bowfishing opportunities on Wildlife Department lakes.

All of the 17 proposed changes will be detailed at the meetings, where biologists will answer questions and listen to feedback from those in attendance. Proposals for hunting regulation changes will be discussed at separate meetings than those to discuss fishing regulations changes.

Many of the proposals are aimed at providing additional opportunities for the sportsmen of the state. Also included in the list of proposals are a wide variety of changes designed to clarify the language of the law, better manage Oklahoma wildlife resources and respond to sportsmen's desires.


Increasing non-resident fee for Land Access Permit (Honobia Creek WMA & Three Rivers WMA) from $25.00 to $50.00 as provided in State Statute (29-4-136).


Fishing Regulation Changes
January 12, 2004 - Monday
Oklahoma City - Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, 1801 N. Lincoln Blvd., OKC
Tulsa - Tulsa Technology Center, 801 E. 91st Street, Alliance Bldg, Rm. 144, Tulsa
Durant - Durant Fish Hatchery, 2021 Caddo Highway, Caddo
Woodward - Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, 3014 Lakeview Dr., Woodward
Broken Bow - Broken Bow Public Library, 404 N. Broadway, Broken Bow

January 13, 2004 - Tuesday
Muskogee - Muskogee Library, 801 W. Okmulgee, Rm. A, Muskogee
Lawton - Lawton Public Library, 110 SW 4 th Street, Rm. 1, Lawton

Hunting Regulation Changes
January 12, 2004 - Monday
Idabel-Kiamichi Technology Center, Highway 259 North, Idabel
Oklahoma City - Department of Wildlife Auditorium, 1801 N. Lincoln, OKC
Okmulgee - East Central Electric Coop Building on Hwy 75 South, Okmulgee
Ada - Pontotoc County Technology Center, 601 W. 33 rd, Ada

January 13, 2004 - Tuesday
Tulsa - Broken Arrow Technology Center, E Base Room, 4600 S. Olive, 129
th E. Ave. and 11 th Street, Tulsa
Altus - Altus Public Library, 421 N. Hudson, Altus

January 15, 2004 - Thursday
Lawton - Lawton Public Library, 110 SW 4 th Street, Lawton
Poteau - Kiamichi Technology Center, 1509 South McKenna, Poteau
Woodward - Northwest Electric, 2925 Williams Ave., Woodward
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