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Ahead for Minnesota whitetail hunters: a season like 2012

Ahead for Minnesota whitetail hunters: a season like 2012

A decade ago, hunters killed 290,000 whitetails in a single­ season. They followed that with four more seasons during which they killed at least 255,000 in each of them.

November 2013
A lower, four-day final Ripley tally: 308 whitetails

A lower, four-day final Ripley tally: 308 whitetails

The second of two archery hunts was held at the Camp Ripley Military Reserve last weekend.

November 2013
Minnesota man faces numerous charges, fines, and restitution in bear, deer investigation

Minnesota man faces numerous charges, fines, and restitution in bear, deer investigation

Keith R. Slick, 32, of Baudette is scheduled to appear in Lake of the Woods County Court in December.

November 2013
Archery harvest: Down a quarter from last year

Archery harvest: Down a quarter from last year

Could this be the first season since 2002 that bowhunters don’t kill more than 20,000 deer?

October 2013
Minnesota bear kill lowest since the late ’80s

Minnesota bear kill lowest since the late ’80s

Bear hunters didn’t have a bad season, but they did shoot the fewest number of animals in any season since the late 1980s.

October 2013
More likely to return to trapping game in ’13

More likely to return to trapping game in ’13

The Minnesota trapping season will have to play out before DNR officials know for sure, but most are predicting the activity’s resurgence will continue into 2013.

October 2013
New meaning for deer crossing?

New meaning for deer crossing?

You'll never believe what this woman called into a northern Minnesota radio station to complain about.

October 2013
Pheasant opener: results as expected

Pheasant opener: results as expected

In a number of ways, it would be fair to say the Minnesota pheasant-hunting opener, 2013, was much what was expected by hunters before they went afield. That’s not to say they were wading through southern Minnesota grasslands with high hopes.

October 2013
WPA's now open for hunting

WPA's now open for hunting

Many public lands remain open to hunters, recreationists during federal government shutdown

October 2013

White moose controversy in Canada

Three hunters sparked an outcry after posting images of an impressive albino moose they killed in the Cape Breton Highlands this fall

October 2013
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