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    • Statewide fisheries surveys 2011: survey of public waters, region IV, lakes

    • Fisheries -- South Dakota -- Statistics -- Periodicals; Fishery management -- South Dakota -- Periodicals; Fishing surveys -- South Dakota -- Periodicals
    • Fish community surveys were conducted by the South Dakota Department of Game Fish and Parks (SDGFP) to monitor fisheries populations throughout Region IV, which is comprised of 13 counties in northeastern South Dakota. Information presented in this...
    • Crippling losses and illegal kill during the 1948 antelope season

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- Wounds and injuries -- South Dakota
    • The 1948 antelope crippling loss and illegal kill on the Cheyenne Management Unit (250 square miles) in Fall River County was determined by an aerial survey. On this unit 100 hunters took home 78 legal bucks and left 2 cripples and 13 dead...
    • Antelope Restoration

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.)
    • The Antelope Restoration Project has three objectives: 1. To restock those portions of Western South Dakota which historically were populated by antelope but which now have few or no antelope. 2. To restock the Antelope Reserve for...
    • The 1953 Antelope Season in South Dakota

    • Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.); Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota; Antelope hunting -- South Dakota
    • During the 1953 antelope season in South Dakota 4746 antelope of all ages and both sexes were harvested by 5250 permittees. About 90.5 percent of the permittees were successful. Some hunters are unable to correctly age their antelope and others are...
    • Locker and Field Checks of Antelope - 1958

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Antelope hunting -- South Dakota; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Hunting -- South Dakota; Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.)
    • Sex, age and general condition checks were made in the field and at locker plants during the 1958 antelope season. This data gives information concerning the degree of harvest, productivity and hunter selectivity on South Dakota's antelope...
    • 1954 Antelope Season in South Dakota

    • Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.); Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota; Antelope hunting -- South Dakota
    • The state issued 5700 antelope hunting permits for the nine-day September 19 to 27 season in 1954. Those hunters harvested about 5200 antelope. About 91.2 percent of the permittees were successful. If all part days hunted are considered full days...
    • The Spring Inventory of Antelope in South Dakota - 1958

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Antelopes -- Counting -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- Counting -- South Dakota; Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.)
    • An aerial spring antelope census was made in 1958 to ascertain the population and the buck:doe:kid ratio in eleven West-River counties in South Dakota. Data obtained from the census indicated an antelope population of 15,585, an 8% decrease from...
    • Antelope management surveys: annual report, 1992

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Pronghorn -- South Dakota -- Geographical distribution; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota -- Statistics
    • The annual aerial spring inventory of antelope was conducted during May and June, 1992. From this survey data, the July population of antelope in South Dakota was estimated to be 49,020 and the average doe:fawn ratio was 100:110.
    • The 1950 Antelope census for South Dakota

    • Antelopes -- Counting -- South Dakota
    • The 1950 antelope census found 10,568 antelope in the counties of Harding, Butte, central Meade and western Fall River. The antelope herds in these counties averaged increases of more than 50 percent since 1949.
    • Spring inventory of antelope in South Dakota, 1971 South Dakota

    • Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.); Antelopes -- South Dakota; Antelopes -- Counting -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- Counting -- South Dakota
    • The aerial spring antelope survey was conducted between May 14 and July 8, 1971. The July population was 34,690 antelope for Western South Dakota. McPherson County in eastern South Dakota showed a population of 88 antelope. This was the only unit...
    • Antelope management in South Dakota

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- South Dakota; Wildlife management -- South Dakota
    • This report includes the following sections: Historical, Population and Census, Harvest Levels, Enforcement, Past Research, and Management Problems.
    • Food habits of antelope in northwestern South Dakota

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- Food -- South Dakota
    • The food habits of antelope, as presented in this report, are applicable to northwestern South Dakota, extreme northeastern Wyoming, and southeastern Montana. In other regions of South Dakota where the vegetative composition of the range differs,...
    • The 1951 Antelope Season in South Dakota

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota; Antelope hunting -- South Dakota
    • About 3150 antelope were harvested by 3350 permit holders during the 9-day 1951 antelope season. This represents a success of about 94 percent. These figures are relatively accurate for about 87 percent of the permit holders reported upon their...
    • The 1955 Antelope Season in South Dakota

    • Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.); Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota; Antelope hunting -- South Dakota
    • During the 1955 antelope season 4,850 permits were issued and 4,281 antelope were killed. The average success for all hunting units was 88.3 percent. There was a 75.1 percent return of report cards. The average hunter required 1.4 days to bag an...

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