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April 19, 2002

Apr. 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30: Firearm Safety Classes at Galyans in Minnetonka. For more info call Spencer Sanken at 763-559-0075.

Apr. 9, 16, 23, 11, 18, 20: Firearm Safety Training & Advanced Hunter Ed. Course from 6: to 8:30 p.m. at Lord of Glory Lutheran Church at the junction of Hwy 10 & Cty Rd 15. Registration April 4. For more info call Rick Kreuger at 763-263-6332. Apr. 9-20: MN DNR Firearm Safety/Hunter Ed. Class …

Apr. 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30: Firearm Safety Classes at Galyans in Minnetonka. For more info call Spencer Sanken at 763-559-0075. Read More »

Tips for cleaning and preparing your catch

A bad experience with improperly prepared fish can turn a person off to one of the finest culinary experiences available. Some folks don’t mind if their fish tastes a bit “fishy.” That fishy taste, however, comes from bacteria that start to form after your catch dies. I’m not a big fan of strong-tasting fish, and


German Lake is kicking out sunfish in five to eight feet of water. Mud Bay on Lake Washington is a safe bet for sunfish and crappies in seven feet of water. East Jefferson Lake continues to produce nice sunfish and perch in eight to 10 feet of water. The morning and late afternoon hours have

Events for 2002. For more info contact Theresa Luna (regional coordinator) at 507-789-9960 or email: And for more events, check out the NWTF web page

April 27: Isanti County Sportsman’s Club, Cambridge. Course: shotgun/trap, pistol, archery, more classes to be determined. Call Brenda Gotz at 763-444-5600. May 4: Boulder Lake Env. Ctr. & UNS Club, in Duluth. Course: birding, canoeing, kayaking, etc Call Robin Braaten at 218-721-3038 or Debbie Waters at 218-525-1853. May 17-19: Eagle Bluff E.L.C., Lanseboro, Course: rock

Committee changes little in ATV policy

and Shawn Perich St. Paul Aside from the creation of a task force to further study the issue, and mandated spring closure of off-highway vehicle trails in some areas, OHV policy change was minimal in a bill offered Tuesday by a House/Senate conference committee. All-terrain vehicle trail use and abuse on state forest land has

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