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III II I II -- I I IIII Celebrating our 61st Year i*tg Selbyville Delmarva's Decorating Source Since 1924 6 East Church St. 436-8205 Hardware Supporting Conservation Year Round BESTS STORE FIVE POINTS NASSAU 645-6658 "Personalized Service Is Our Spedalty" Dukes Boat Sales Open year round 7 Days a Week Long Neck Road, Millsboro, DE 302-945-1111 bixler landscaping Furl Service Landscaping 302- 436-6306 Selbyville, DE ,='-- HOPKINS GUN SHOP Milton, DE 302-684-4878 Pa & Over a quarter century ago, National Hunting & Fishing Day" was established by Congress to recognize generations of hunters and anglers for their commit- ment to wildlife conservation and to encourage the public to learn more about the crucial role that the outdoor sports play in funding America's conserva- tion programs. NHF Day is now a 26-year tradition observed with thousands of local events and activities. How Hunters & Anglers Pay For Conservation: HUNTING & F[SmNG LICENSE SALF; total nearly $1 billion annually. This contribution supplies over half the income of the state conservation agencies and is used for wildlife management, education and safety programs. EXCISE TAXES on sporting equipment -- such as fishing tackle, firearms and ammunition -- provide another $400 million, funding thousands of conser- vation, habitat improvement and recreation projects across America. DUCK STAMPS purchased by migratory bird hunters add another $21 million in annual funding -- total- ing over $500  to date. This money has been used to purchase some $ million acres of wetlands habitat. CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS by hunters and anglers to some 10,000 private organizations pro- vide another $300 nil[lion in wildlife fund!rig -- in addition to the countless hours they spend doing vital conservation work. ALL TOLD, hunters and anglers annually provide over 75% ef the average funding for state conserva- lion agencies, and some nine dollars for each sine - taxpayer dollar invested in wildlife. Slrt's Marine , Route 54, Fenwick Islmd (3o2) s37.3soo RL 23, Long Neck Road (8 miles West of Rehobo) Reel Womens Fishing Club Learning, Adventure & Fun! For more i call 1302-645-980 Bait & Tackle On The De/aware Bay _Open Year Round 28 Cape Henlopen Drive -Lewes Beach 644-2665 1.,1 , .  InShore Off-Shore err rre "Bait & Tackle Fuel * Ice Snacks Marine Supplies r'tshmg T-Shirts Anglers Road * Lewes DE (02) 645-6227 Capt, Joe & Amanda Morris ARCHERY PRO SHOP 40YT' MARTIN ,, P.S.E. *MATHEW BOWS IN STOCK 1124" HWY. 1, LEWES, DE 302-645-S801. Iqehhomle & Produce Where the Rshin' es d!cv. Goodl - Retail & Wholesale - OPEN ALL YEAR 644-0708 Saluting the Continuing Efforts of Wildlife Restoration and Conservation. II IIIII ' II THESE MERCHANTS ARE PLEASED TO RECOGNIZE LOCAL HUNTERS AND ANGLERS FOR THEIR ROLE IN CONSERVATION.