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

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Sportsmen Since 1967

March 22, 2002

Mar. 10: Princeton 3rd Annual Crow Hunt. Pre-registration required. For more info call Cliff at 763-389-2712 or 763-633-2712.

April 4-7: 18th Annual U.S. Open Pheasant Championship at the Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club in Prior Lake. NATHA Tournament. For registration or more info call 952-447-2272 or check out June 1-2: 14th Annual Mercury Walleye Classic on Leech Lake in Walker. Over $100,000 at stake. To enter and for more info call 218-547-4714 …

Mar. 10: Princeton 3rd Annual Crow Hunt. Pre-registration required. For more info call Cliff at 763-389-2712 or 763-633-2712. Read More »

Minneapolis The 70th Annual Northwest Sportshow begins Friday, March 22 and continues through March 30 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

The Sportshow includes more than 600 exhibitors featuring everything for the outdoorsman or woman. You’ll find hunting and fishing gear, along with boats, campers, and docks. The NRA will offer a “Virtual Hunt,” and Kansas natives will perform stunts with live rattlesnakes. Or you can take in a seminar; Jim McDonnell’s Kid’s Fishing Clinic and

Treaty fishery subject of report by Sternberg

Editor St. Paul Former DNR fisheries biologist and outdoors writer Dick Sternberg has prepared a 27-page report scrutinizing the Minnesota DNR’s treaty management strategies on Lake Mille Lacs. Sternberg met with DNR Fisheries officials last week on the matter, and presented the complete report on Monday to DNR Commissioner Allen Garber, along with Reps. Mark

By Shawn Perich

Field editor Red Lake, Minn. On March 14, Justin Fuhrer of Pine River taxied his 1965 Cessna 172 down State Highway 89 north of Bemidji and took off for home, marking a dramatic conclusion to a fishing trip he doesn’t care to repeat. On Feb. 7, Justin and his cousin, Shawn Fuhrer of St. Cloud,

St. Paul Minnesota’s newest conservation license plate will feature a loon. The design, by artist Wendy Amundson of Red Wing, was selected this week from six finalists.

A panel of judges, as well as those who voted on the DNR web site, selected the winning entry. The new plate will be the first Minnesota license plate offered by the Department of Public Safety that utilizes new flat plate printing technology developed by 3M. The conservation license plates will be available to Minnesota

ATV bills could see floor action in House, Senate

Associate Editor St. Paul Measures to address the use of all-terrain vehicles on state forest lands could come to a vote in both the state House and Senate this week. Late Monday, state Sen. Jane Krentz, DFL-May Twp., held a hearing at which ATV proponents, opponents, and those somewhere in between, could voice their thoughts.

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