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Sportsmen Since 1967

March 29, 2002

St. Paul Levi Peterson, 17, a Dassel-Cokato High School student, is this year’s winner of the Junior Duck Stamp competition hosted by the state DNR.

Peterson’s rendition of a wood duck, judged the best of 831 entries in Minnesota, will be sent to Washington, D.C. for the national contest. The Minnesota Junior Duck Stamp Program is a conservation program designed to teach students about waterfowl and habitat. The program is supported through funds by the Minnesota Waterfowl Association and the

St. Paul Levi Peterson, 17, a Dassel-Cokato High School student, is this year’s winner of the Junior Duck Stamp competition hosted by the state DNR. Read More »

John Galles, of South St. Paul, was recognized at the Northwest Sportshow at the Minneapolis Convention Center last weekend for his catch of the new state record eelpout. Galles caught the record fish on Lake of the Woods on Feb. 17, 2001, using a jig on

John Galles, of South St. Paul, was recognized at the Northwest Sportshow at the Minneapolis Convention Center last weekend for his catch of the new state record eelpout. Galles caught the record fish on Lake of the Woods on Feb. 17, 2001, using a jig on Read More »

St. Paul Plans are being developed by the DNR to hold the state’s 26th sale of metallic minerals exploration and mining leases. The sale is scheduled for July 2002. The rules’ purpose is to promote and regulate the exploration for, mining and removal of

The time and place of the sale will be announced by legal notice at least 30 days prior to the sale. Obtain a map showing the areas under consideration from the DNR Division of Lands and Minerals, Box 45, 500 Lafayette Rd., St. Paul, MN 55155-4045, or by phone at (651) 296-4807.

St. Paul Plans are being developed by the DNR to hold the state’s 26th sale of metallic minerals exploration and mining leases. The sale is scheduled for July 2002. The rules’ purpose is to promote and regulate the exploration for, mining and removal of Read More »

Dodgeville, Wis. Turkey hunters who plan on scouting hunting grounds in south-central Wisconsin for the spring turkey hunt are reminded a special deer hunt is occurring in Dane, Iowa, and part of Sauk counties. Wisconsin DNR officials recommend turkey hu

Under special permits, deer are being shot on both private and public lands. As of early last week, state officials said about 145 had been shot for testing. They hope to shoot 500, but said that could take several weeks.

Dodgeville, Wis. Turkey hunters who plan on scouting hunting grounds in south-central Wisconsin for the spring turkey hunt are reminded a special deer hunt is occurring in Dane, Iowa, and part of Sauk counties. Wisconsin DNR officials recommend turkey hu Read More »

April 6: The Wisconsin Junior Olympic Championship shooting times will be established soon by area coordinators. This is a National Standard 3-Position shoot. Contact Allan Pribnow at 715-774-3301 for more information.

April 6: Challenge The Outdoors, Inc. 4th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot at J&H Game Farm. For more info checkout website www.challengetheoutdoors.org. April 7, May 5, Jun 2, Jun 23, Aug. 18, Sept. 8: Sporting Clays 50-Bird Open Event at Ozaukee Co. Fish & Game Shoot from 9-3 p.m. All events open to public. For more

April 6: The Wisconsin Junior Olympic Championship shooting times will be established soon by area coordinators. This is a National Standard 3-Position shoot. Contact Allan Pribnow at 715-774-3301 for more information. Read More »

Deer hunt, concealed carry questions on hearing agenda

Madison Patricia Randolph has left Dane County and moved to Marquette County, where she might run again. Jayne Meyer has declared her candidacy for Randolph’s former post in Dane County. Bigger halls have been scheduled; voting processes have been refined. Deer hunters are talking about a 16-day deer season. They’re also talking about getting rid

Deer hunt, concealed carry questions on hearing agenda Read More »

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