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

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February 15, 2002

Hearing airs OHV issues

Field Editor Backus, Minn. State Sen. Tony Kinkel, DFL-Park Rapids, listened as rural Cass County residents expressed frustration with activities and environmental damage occurring at the Spider Lake Recreation Area, an off-highway vehicle (OHV) park developed in the Foothills State Forest by the Minnesota DNR, at a public hearing held Feb. 7. Local residents and …

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DNR mulls options for NHAL State Forest

Correspondent Woodruff, Wis. Six land management alternatives, five wild resources areas alternatives, four recreation alternatives and two million people. The future direction of the Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest (NHAL) hinges on those vital statistics, along with the idealogies and actualities they represent. The viability and implementation of those ideas as the basis for revising


ALEXANDRIA AREA Lake Le Homme Dieu, Lake Geneva, and Lake Darling are worth looking at for panfish in 20 to 25 feet of water. The bigger walleyes have started hitting on Lake Carlos, Lake Ida, Lake Miltona, and Lake Letoka in 27 to 33 feet of water. Look to the shallow weeds on most area

Feb. 23: The Lake Noquebay Sportsmen’s Club will sponsor its 26th annual Fish-O-Rama at Mohawk Resort on Lake Noquebay in Crivitz from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. A drawing for cash prizes will be at 4:30 p.m. First place is $1,000; remaining prizes range from $500

Feb. 23: the Finnegan Lake Walleye Club is having it annual fishing erby. Starts at 8a.m. – 4p.m. Contact Bill Cole at 920-855-2137 for more info. Feb. 23-24: Breed Sportsman Club Ice Fishing Jamboree will be held on Sat. from 10a.m. – 8p.m., Sun. 8a.m. – 3p.m. Caontact Rich School at 920-842-4408 for info. May

By Dan Small

Contributing Editor Right now is perhaps the best time to start scouting for next deer season. There’s enough snow cover in most places to see and follow tracks. There are fewer deer now than there will be in the fall, so it’s easier to single out one deer’s tracks and territory. And, if you’re a

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