WSIL -- Many in the region find a way to enjoy the outdoors all year long, and there's an event returning to the city that draws those who like to hunt, fish, camp and more. Those who attend can anticipate door prizes and vendors selling everything from hunting stands to bows and arrows. Another highlight will be all the demonstrations lined up for the three-day show. One of those includes Sara Bradley who is the owner and chef of freight house, a farm-to-table restaurant in downtown.
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Oklahoma is poised to become one of the first states to begin managing and trying to conserve its native nongame fish species such as buffalo, gar and river carpsuckers that are often targeted by bowfishermen. However, a proposed rule change by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation concerning bowfishing in the state is not popular among many who participate in the sport. They claim the it would result in more fish being killed that state wildlife officials are trying to protect and fewer bowfishing tournaments coming to Oklahoma. That's what people don't understand. They act like it's shooting them out of a barrel. The fish aren't just laying there and you can shoot them all day long. Bowfishing is allowed and mostly unregulated for non-game species, fish that have been labeled over the years as "trash" or "rough" fish with little or no value.
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