Wednesday, March 29th, 2023
Wednesday, March 29th, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

June 29, 2001

July 22: The Sauk Center DU is holding a shoot at Beste’s Sporting Clays in Sauk Center. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Call 320-352-2420 for more info.

May 30-June 27: Introduction to competitive air rifle course is taught by NCAA West Virginia Rifle team member Liz Smith. Cost: $30. June 19: A 3-D archery skills, techniques and strategy will be offered. Cost: $5 Aug. 15: Les Kouba/Jimmy Robinson Memorial Shoot celebrating the 20th Anniversaries of TIP and Game Fair at the MN …

July 22: The Sauk Center DU is holding a shoot at Beste’s Sporting Clays in Sauk Center. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Call 320-352-2420 for more info. Read More »

St. Paul A series of road checks, conducted by the Minnesota DNR, found many boats and trailers clean of harmful aquatic plants and animals such as Eurasian watermilfoil or zebra mussels.

State conservation officers recently conducted exotic species/aquatic plant transportation road checks near Baudette checking 85 vehicles during a two-day period. Algae was discovered on two trailers, but no exotic species were detected and no aquatic plants were confirmed. An exotic species road check of 187 vehicles near Anoka resulted in only 16 warnings issued for

St. Paul The Minnesota DNR has extended the deadline to apply for state grants to improve safety and facilities at nearly 400 shooting ranges across the state.

Earlier this year the DNR set a May 15 deadline to apply for approximately $900,000 in Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources (LCMR) funds for range improvements to be conducted by 2003. However, the deadline has been changed to an “open-ended” sign-up period this year says a DNR official. The applicant must finance 50 percent of

Catching some light-weight fishing stories along the way

Last Friday evening I visited the Shimano Lake Mille Lacs Media-Pro Staff Outing at Eddy’s Lake Mille Lacs Resort. Among those I chatted with was Butch Furtman, the television outdoors show host from Duluth, at the head of the lakes where years ago Rocky Teller and Wally Pease pioneered outdoors television for the Twin Ports.

Groups rally for 2002 Farm Bill

Field Editor Washington, D.C. National fish and wildlife organizations have launched a coordinated effort to ensure that conservation programs are included in the congressional reauthorization of the Farm Bill, which is likely to occur in 2002. During the first week of June, Ducks Unlimited and Pheasants Forever brought a group of Midwestern farmers, conservationists, and

Summer crows a bigger challenge than ever

Back when I started crow hunting, there were few er hunters, the bird numbers were busting all historical records, and most crows were decoy dumb and less hunter-savvy. This made for some outstanding gunning whenever you fired up a calling machine from a mid-summer cornfield or tree line ambush point. State crow seasons help control

Hinckley, Minn. Camping at St. Croix State Park will be rustic for the next couple of weeks, according to the Minnesota DNR, until electric power is restored to areas of the park served by Northwestern Wisconsin Electric Company. The company’s lines were

The park didn’t sustain any storm damage, but is experiencing problems associated with its aftermath, said Jack Nelson, manager of the park. Drinking water is available at some locations and attempts are being made to make the park’s dump station operable. Nelson said park officials are attempting to contact people with reservations at the park.

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