Thursday, March 30th, 2023
Thursday, March 30th, 2023

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August 3, 2001

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: Fur, Fin and Feather Auction Night Party. Bring auction items and plan on being there. Wading Women of MN fly fishing organization meets the fourth Tuesday of every month in the metro area. For more info …

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. Read More »

Wardens prepare to enforce trespass law

Correspondent Madison Authorization of wardens to enforce the trespass law, and for nonresidents to trap in Wisconsin, came a step closer to reality July 26. Both potential changes to state laws received favorable comments at an Assembly Committee on Natural Resources public hearing as part of five legislative bills. Assembly Bill (AB) 301 would allow

Canvasback season in question this fall

Associate Editor St. Paul It’s been eight years since Minnesota hunters were told they could not shoot canvasbacks during the waterfowl season. This year, it could happen again. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed closing the season on canvasbacks during the regular season this fall, according to Tim Bremicker, director of the DNR’s

Sturgeon meeting brings international perspectives

Correspondent Oshkosh, Wis. Now, after several years of volunteers protecting spawning sturgeon, Wisconsin’s Sturgeon Patrol seems almost routine. Yet, in some countries still struggling with sturgeon management, getting uniforms for wardens is a major hurdle, let alone finding volunteers who might turn in poachers. While historic inroads toward sturgeon conservation were made at the 4th

Aug. 11-12: Picnic and Trap Shoot will be held at Ashippun Firemans Park. North of Oconomowoc on Hwy 67 Call 920-474-4046 for more info.

Aug. 18-19: The Oakland Conservation Club will hold their Annual Picnic featuring archery and trap shoots, live music, prizes and raffles. For more info call 608-423-3920 or 920-563-9194. Aug. 25: Marshfield Chapter of WWA is hosting a State Duck and Goose Calling Competition held at Herters in Beaver Dam. Registration from 9 a.m – 10

Anoka, Minn. Game Fair returns to the Armstrong Ranch once again this August. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the pre-hunting gala, which runs Aug. 10-12, and Aug. 17-19.

As in the past, Game Fair will feature a huge lineup of free seminars, from dog training with Tom Dokken, to preparing wild game for the table with Chef John Schumacher. Outdoor News “Tackle Terry” Tuma will show anglers the wonders of fall fishing each day of the event at 1 p.m. Show hours are

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