Thursday, June 30, 2011

Frog Season in Missouri Kicks off at Sunset.

From MissouriNet:

"Water Patrol spokesman Lieutenent Jerry Callahan says froggers are going to be around and on the water after dark, looking for their game. And he says while smaller ponds, lakes, rivers and streams are unaffected by flooding, larger rivers and bodies of water can be dangerous.

Frog season runs tonight through October 31st. Authorities say shooting bullfrogs and green frogs is legal, but that bullets can recochet off the water. They say gigging and grabbing are the safest and most preferred methods."
Just thought you'd like to know.
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