W.Va. hunting, fishing, trapping rules considered
LOGAN, W.Va. (AP) — State wildlife officials are considering new regulations for hunting, trapping and fishing.
The West Virginia Natural Resources Commission is scheduled to vote on the regulations July 28 during its quarterly meeting at the Chief Logan Lodge and Conference Center in Logan.
The public is invited to attend and offer comments.
The proposed hunting and trapping regulations are for 2014-2015, while the fishing regulations are for 2014.
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