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Outdoor Reporter
Rebuilding mule deer numbers will take time
When you think of game species in the West, the mule deer is an iconic representation of western hunting and heritage. With their large distribution and popularity among hunters, Odocoileus hemonious is one of the most economically and socially significant animals in New Mexico.
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Outdoor Reporter
Elk numbers stable, but still too few for most hunters
Despite the high demand, New Mexico hunters probably can’t expect to see the number of elk licenses increase dramatically in the near future.
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Outdoor Reporter
Room for all, native or not
The drought has taken a terrible toll on native trout species. In addition to its restoration projects, Game and Fish is working to create recreational native fisheries so the public can reacquaint itself with the trout that make our state unique.
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Outdoor Reporter
Hatcheries, habitat, fisheries and fire
Eric Frey, the Sportfish Program Manager for Game and Fish, said the state’s trout hatcheries are operating at 100 percent capacity.
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Outdoor Reporter
'All the above' is goal in trout managemement
Toner Mitchell gives his thoughts on the state of spring fishing in New Mexico.
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Press Release
President Obama’s Visit to New Mexico Highlights Economic Impact of our Public Lands
June 16, 2016 For immediate release ALBUQUERQUE – On Friday, June 17th, President Barack Obama and the First Family will
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News
April 14th Game Commission Report Back
Reporting of the meeting of the New Mexico State Game Commission that was held on Thursday, April 14th at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces.
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News
Split commission accepts $1 million demand for access
Roswell, November 2015 Nov. 20, 2015 New Mexico hunters and anglers will be able to use State Trust Lands again
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Press Release
Collaboration Leads to Comprehensive Energy Bill that Benefits All Outdoor Users
The just passed Energy Bill is a great example of what can be accomplished through bipartisan collaboration, and the New Mexico Wildlife Federation applauds Senators Lisa Murkowski, Maria Cantwell, Tom Udall, and Martin Heinrich on their hard work on this comprehensive bill.
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