Friday, March 31st, 2023
Friday, March 31st, 2023

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March 30, 2001

March 31 & April 1: Pheasant tournament at Zwickey’z. Division for puppies, juniors and topguns. Zwickey’s is located on Cty Hwy S just 2 miles west of US Hwy 53 near Chippewa Falls, WI. Call 715-723-3140 for further info.

April 21: NWDGC hosting a pheasant tournament at Zwickey’z. Zwickey’s is located on Cty Hwy S just 2 miles west of US Hwy 53 near Chippewa Falls, WI. Call 715-723-3140 for further info. Big Bucks Bass Wisconsin Team Buddy Division Tournaments. Winners take home $1200. Point leaders go on to fish a free tournament for

April 2: University of Minnesota’s Climbing & Outdoor Adventure Program is offering a selection of Fly Fishing clinics. Classes run 5-6 weeks. Each class costs $90 and takes place on the St. Paul Campus. For complete description visit www.recsports.umn.e

SptSchool.htm. To register or for more info contact Todd Tratz at 612-624-9779 or email: April 7-8: The Minnesota Fly Fishers Club is holding fly fishing classes at the Lynnhurst Community Center in South Minneapolis. The $65 tuition for the class includes 2 days of instruction, handouts and a book. Call Lew Beccone at 612-922-4969

Amendment language different in Assembly

Madison Sportsmen attending three upcoming Assembly hearings on the “right to hunt, fish and trap” bill will see different language than what passed in the Senate version of that bill. “We’re suspicious of the Senate language on Joint Resolution 1,” said Scott Loomans, an assistant to Rep. DuWayne Johnsrud (R-Eastman). “It started out the same,

March 27-28: State Natural Resources Board will meet in Room 027 of the State Natural Resources Building, (GEF 2) 101 S. Webster St., Madison. For information, contact Linda Jahns 608-267-7420.

March 27: The Natural Resources Board’s Special Committee on Deer Baiting and Feeding will convene from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the lower level one conference room of the Best Western Inn on the Park (across from the Capitol), 22 S. Carroll St., Madison. The committee will be developing recommendations regarding the issues of

Mar. 30-April 1: Duluth Deer & Hunting Expo at the Duluth National Guard Armory, Duluth, MN. Fri. 4-9 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. For more info call 218-730-9990.

Mar. 31-April 1: Gun Show at the Deerwood Auditorium. Dealers will buy-sell-trade. For more info call 218-534-3163. April 7: Gander Mountain (Burnsville) 2nd Annual Fish Fest from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more info call Gander Mountain in Burnsville at 952-435-3805. April 20-21: Upper Midwest Fish & Hunt Expo at the Holiday Inn Convention

May 19-20: Neosho Archers are sponsoring a traditional and primitive shoot on May 19 and a wild flower shoot (compounds allowed) on May 20. Registration begins at 7 a.m. and runs until 5 p.m. Food and camping is available. The shoots are at the club’s gr

July 15: The Neosho Archers will sponsor the WBH & Community Benefit Shoot, registration begins at 7 a.m. and runs until 5 p.m. Food and camping are available. The shoots are at the club’s grounds west of Neosho on Hwy. 60. Aug. 18-19: The Neosho Archers will sponsor the Wild Weekend Shoot, registration begins at

Northern’s Inc. of Brainerd will be having “Northern Pike” tournaments on the following dates. Check in time is at 7:30 am. Fishing hours 7:45 am. to 3:30 pm.

May. 19: Pelican Lake June 2: Cedar Lake June 23: North Long Lake July 14: Rooseveldt Lake August 4: Whitefish Lake August 18: Gull Lake (Classic) June: Women Anglers of Minnesota will be holding their 24th Annual fishing tournament. Call Julie Lane at 320-679-3347 (days) for more info. June 10: Lake Country Sportsman’s Club 7th

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