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Wisconsin, its opportunities and inducements to home seekers : hundreds of thousands of acres of farming lands : no other locality can equal it
(1895)

Grandest hunting forests and fishing streams in the world PDF (308.3 KB)



  GRANDEST HUNTING FORESTS AND FISHING                   -
             STREAMS IN THE WORLD.
 Nature has done much to make Wisoonsin attractive to the  .,
home-seeker in the way of beauties; but, more than that, it)3as -  4
made it the greatest hunting and fibsing paradise in the world.. s-
The country is annually visited by thousands who love the. .
sport of rod or gun, and nowhere can such a diversified amount  -
of game and fish be found. Deer are abundant, the forest is
thronged with them; and, as the law permits the shooting of  -
them but twenty days in the year, it will be generations be-
fore they are extinct Partridge, ducks, geese and other birds  7
are plentiful, and in season the hunting of them is always good.
Northern Wiuconsin is the home of the famous muscalonge% the
greatest of all inland-water fisL It is no exceptional thing for
twenty-pound or thirty-pound specimens of this unique variety
to be captured almost daily. The greatest trout streams of the
world are here, and the bass, pike and pickerel fishing is good in  -.
alm"st any of the innumerable streamk. The State does not
allow the wholesale destruction of these prvees gift. which  :
nature gave to her, and stringent laws protect the slaughter.  $
of both fish and game in a way that it will be perpetuated for
residents of the State for centuries to come. - Only during oer  - _
tan seasons can the game be shot or the fish be caught, and
never by those methods which are nspo   anike and bar-
barous. The farmer in the new part of Wisconsin has to him-
self for all time to come, protected by the game and fish laws, .
a paradise that is equaled no where. -


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