Editor Aitkin, Minn. The DNR announced last week that, effective this past Tuesday, June 5, only walleyes between 16 inches and 18 inches may be harvested and no trophy fish will be allowed on Lake Mille Lacs. Since the announcement last Thursday, the new Mille Lacs regulation and its ramifications for anglers and the area’s …
June 8, 2001
DETROIT LAKES Walleye anglers have been kept busy on many area lakes. Leading the way again this week is Cotton Lake, Big Cormorant Lake, Island Lake, and Little Detroit Lake. Leeches and live bait rigs have started working best in 10 to 15 feet of water, and limits have been common on the right day.
June 23: The Third Annual banquet for the Lake Superior Chapter of the Safari Club International will be held at The Lodge Hotel & Conference Center in Siren. Call -1-877-843-5634 for more info. Aug. 25: Dunn County Fish & Game Assoc. Conservation Banquet at their Club House in Menomonie. For more info contact Gary Buss
James Scheffler, 44, of Harlan, Iowa, was fishing with another man on Saturday when their boat began to take on water, according to Otter Tail County officials. The men tried to swim to safety, but Scheffler went under about 75 feet from shore. The other man swam to shore and called for help, and Scheffler’s
The workshops will teach children and parents the basics of shorefishing. Each lasts four hours. The last part of the workshop will be spent fishing, and equipment will be provided. The cost is $7 per family. Time and locations are: June 7, Baker Park Reserve, Maple Plain, 5-9 p.m.; June 9, Fish Lake Regional Park,
June 30: Summer Naturalist Series. Solberg Lake Park 715-339-2550. July 20-22: Smoky Hollow Muzzle Loaders Annual Rendezvous. For more info call Alice Biwer at 414-302-9531.
Correspondent Campbellsport, Wis. How about a Wisconsin bowhunting season that also allows the use of an Aztec weapon called an atlatl? Len Riemersma, of Campbellsport, is preparing an advisory question for the 2002 spring rules hearing that would allow use of the atlatl during the archery deer season. “Ninety-nine percent of the people out there
Pa Nuge tried over and over, almost ready to give up on young Ted. He patiently showed me how to place my forefinger above the arrow, with the second and third fingers just below the nock on the string, as he helped me draw back the fiberglass, dime-store bow and arrow set. Luckily each arrow
Associated Press Grand Marais, Minn. Resort owner and writer Justine Kerfoot, known for her work in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, has died. She was 94. Kerfoot died Wednesday, May 30, afternoon in Grand Marais, said her grandson Robert Kerfoot. A cause of death was not given. Justine Kerfoot introduced countless people to the