Held July 8-15 at the Cardinal Shooting Center, more than 2,300 athletes representing 29 states competed in the shooting disciplines of trap, skeet and sporting clays.
The long-anticipated merger between Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shops was made official July 11 as Cabela’s shareholders voted in favor of the move, according to multiple reports. Also according to reports, the transaction for Sidney, Neb.-based Cabela’s was reportedly valued at $4.2 million. With the deal, which is expected to close in the third quarter, the companies reportedly will be based…
Pair of Pennsylvania, Minnesota archers earn spots on Team USA for World Archery Youth Championships
Boy and girl competitor from both states qualify for Argentina event.
Michigan leads the way among Great Lakes states with grants totaling more than $1 million.
It dissolved its Bureau of Forestry and cut several major positions, including bureau chief and state geologist, as a $1.2 million budget cut approved by lawmakers kicked in.
For months, outdoor companies and show organizers have said the semiannual extravaganza, which had been held in Utah for two decades, was not much longer for the state.
The fourth annual Shoot for Hope, benefitting the TreeHouse-Sandstone, is scheduled Saturday, July 15 and again will feature a clay targets tournament as well as a banquet and live auction. Registration for the shoot, at Wings North in Pine City, is from 10:45-11:45 a.m. Saturday, with sporting clays action starting at noon. Registration includes 100 clays and the banquet, dinner…
It comes on the heels of a month-and-a-half sturgeon-fishing closure. So will this season be as frenzied as spring sturgeon fishing?
Last September’s Bassmaster tournament on the lake went a long way toward that rating by Bassmaster Magazine.
KENNESAW, Ga. — Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. today announced the creation of Yamaha Marine Systems Company – YMSC – after acquiring the assets of Kracor, Inc., a rotational molding manufacturer based in Milwaukee, Wis. Founded in Milwaukee by George Kraemer, Kracor opened in 1969. The company produces rotationally molded plastic products for national and international markets with parts for the recreational marine and other industries….
It was a fitting finish to the nine-day shooting extravaganza.
Mark Courts of Harris leads the way, with four Minnesotans finishing in the top five in Cabela’s National Walleye Tour event.
Perham also has a strong showing, finishing first in five of the categories as well.
Dupont and SM-A both earn overall, varsity titles on Day 7 of 9-day shooting event.
Bunning wins overall and varsity individual titles, leading Wayzata to the team titles in both divisions.
Class 5A trap shooting: Alden-Conger wins team tie-breakers; Maple River’s Dillon Schmidt top individual
Competition was tight all the way around during the fifth day of the nine-day tournament.
Both win titles in the overall and varsity competition.
Park Rapids edged Stillwater for the overall and varsity titles; championships continue through June 20.
Sherman won the boys high gun varsity and overall titles to pace B-E; event continues through June 20.
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. — Spring Grove High School kicked off the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League Trap Shooting Championship by winning the Class A overall and varsity team titles Monday at Alexandria Shooting Park. Besides Spring Grove, also winning team titles were Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton (junior varsity) and Hinckley-Finlayson (novice). DGF’s Ben Ellenbaum was the top overall shooter after also winning the junior varsity…
More than 300 high school teams and 7,500 student athletes are competing in the nine-day shooting extravaganza at Alexandria Shooting Park in Alexandria.
Doe reportedly fell an estimated 80 feet – from the top of the parking-ramp-like building perched on a bluff.
Jake Robinson of Shakopee caught and released the new record flathead catfish May 15 on the Minnesota River near Savage. He caught the 49-inch fish on 100-pound test line. It had a girth of 33-1/2 inches, identical to his previous record caught on June 7, 2016. But because of different markings, they appeared to be two different fish.
Weeklong celebration, June 10-16, includes a handful of events taking place in harbors across the state and live radio broadcasts that will feature DNR staff and other industry professionals.
The goal is to get as many people as possible working together to cover all 318 miles of the Minnesota River State Water Trail.
Now it’s walnut trees that are being cut down and sold illegally.