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    Default 2009 Waterfowl Regulations - PLEASE READ

    I thought I'd post a link to the 2009 waterfowl regulations for Alaska.

    Please take a moment to review them, just so you can be sure.

    Thanks and Good luck this year.

    http://www.wildlife.alaska.gov/regul...pdfs/wfl-1.pdf
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    Default Stamps for Crane?

    Are stamps still not required for sandhill crane?

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    The regulations state no stamp is require if you are only hunting cranes or snipe. However, I find that low flying ducks and geese are very tempting to shoot at. Better off with a stamp!

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    Smile Thank you!

    I read more and finally found it. Good point on getting the stamps as if other fowl use the similar fly ways, so it does make good sense, if you want to get more shooting in.

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