Tuesday, March 21st, 2023
Tuesday, March 21st, 2023

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July 20, 2001

July 25: Fur, Fin and Feather will have Chuck Delaney of Armstrong Ranch Kennels talk about the upcoming Minnesota Game Fair.

Aug. 8: Fur, Fin and Feather will have Bruce or John Mooney of L’Escarbot Kennels talk about a new breed of hunting dog they are helping to introduce to this country from France, the French Brittany. Aug. 22: Fur, Fin and Feather Turkey Cook Out at Galyan’s Pavillion in Minnetonka at 11:30 a.m. Sept. 19: …

July 25: Fur, Fin and Feather will have Chuck Delaney of Armstrong Ranch Kennels talk about the upcoming Minnesota Game Fair. Read More »

DNR conducts Canada goose roundup

Correspondent Hartford, Wis. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) crews recently banded more than 4,000 Canada geese in southern Wisconsin. The birds they targeted were resident geese nesting in parks, golf courses and near urban subdivisions adjacent to ponds. The crews have a three-week window to band the geese from the end of June to mid-July.

Time to get the lead in

Lead core fishing has a funny ring to it, but the simple concept can be lethal for catching fish. True to the name, lead core fishing, otherwise known as lead lining, is fishing with a special kind of fishing line that features a lead core inside of a braided jacket. It’s a little thicker than

Garber takes a firsthand look at Lake Mille Lacs

Editor St. Paul DNR Commissioner Allen Garber traveled to Lake Mille Lacs on Tuesday, July 10, to check out firsthand the attitude of state anglers about the new harvest regulation and the state of the big lake’s walleye fishery. In response to a query to Garber regarding his trip, DNR Information Manager Dennis Stauffer answered

Bringing that black bear to bait

Editor W isconsin bear hunters don’t have the luxury of glassing open mountain slopes to first spot a bear, and then attempt to stalk it. With our relatively flat land, thick forests and nasty swamps, Badger State bear hunters have to use dogs or bait stations to tag their bruin. Hunting with trailing hounds offers

Houston, Minn. With flood damage repaired, the Houston extension of the Root River Recreational Trail has been reopened. The seven-mile trail closed in June when the Root River flooded, but contractors have repaired approximately 2,500 feet of trail dest

The Houston extension runs between Money Creek Forest Management Unit and the city of Houston. The Root River State Trail is a 42-mile long multiple use trail that connects the communities of Fountain, Lanesboro, Whalan, Peterson, Rushford, and Houston.

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