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Bill Would Extend Mississippi's Squirrel Season
« on: February 17, 2004, 07:09:50 AM »
JACKSON, MSA bill recently introduced in the Mississippi House of Representatives would extend the state's squirrel hunting season in Zone 3 by 1 month.

House Bill 338 would allow the state's squirrel hunting season to begin during the Saturday closest to October 1 and run through February 28. The bill would affect the state's Zone 3 hunting area, which includes counties in the southeast part of the state.

The bill, introduced by Republican Rep. Roger Ishee, is currently in the Mississippi House Committee on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

Mississippi sportsmen can contact their representatives in support of the bill by calling (601) 359-3360 or by using the "Legislative Action Center" on the U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance's Web site, at www.ussportsmen.org.
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