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Michigan: Waterfowl Hunters can Help Stop Spread of Invasive Phragmites

If you hunt in areas where invasive phragmites is growing, these seeds and fragments can stick to gear, including decoys,anchors, waders, and even dogs. This post Michigan: Waterfowl Hunters can Help Stop Spread of Invasive Phragmites appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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