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Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

February 21, 2003

Feb. 21: 3rd Annual Washington County PF Banquet, 5 p.m., The Prom Center in Oakdale. For more info call Chris Olafson, 651-578-9546.

Feb. 22: PF Banquet, Hartland Fairbault County, Delavan High School, Delavan, MN, 5 p.m. Feb. 22: Banquet, Springfield Community Center, 5:30 p.m. For more info call Garry Beermann, 507-274-6502. Feb. 22: Chosen Valley DU (Chatfield) Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Fountain Community Center. For more info call Mike Pederson, 507-867-3923. Feb. 22: East Central Spurs 5th Annual […]

Feb. 21: 3rd Annual Washington County PF Banquet, 5 p.m., The Prom Center in Oakdale. For more info call Chris Olafson, 651-578-9546. Read More »

St. Paul A proposed new management plan for the Mississippi Scenic Riverway between St. Cloud and Anoka is now available for public review and comment.

The draft plan guides DNR and local government management of the Mississippi River portion designated as a State Wild and Scenic River. The designated portion of the river runs from the 10th Street Dam in St. Cloud to the northwest boundaries of Anoka and Champlin. The draft plan includes several proposed changes to land use

St. Paul A proposed new management plan for the Mississippi Scenic Riverway between St. Cloud and Anoka is now available for public review and comment. Read More »

St. Paul The 2003 Minnesota Boat and Marine Products Show continues through this weekend at Touchstone Energy Place at RiverCentre. The show runs Feb. 20-23.

Boats at the show run the gamut, from fishing boats to pontoons to personal watercraft and canoes. Seminar speakers at the show include walleye pro Scott Fairbairn and electronics expert Bill Diedrich. Stop by the live trout pond and practice catch and release, or take your catch home. Show hours are noon to 9 p.m.

St. Paul The 2003 Minnesota Boat and Marine Products Show continues through this weekend at Touchstone Energy Place at RiverCentre. The show runs Feb. 20-23. Read More »

Centerville, Minn. The 17th annual meeting of the Wood Duck Society will be held March 1 at the Wargo Nature Center near Centerville, beginning at 9 a.m.

Agenda items include the status of Wood Duck Management (moderated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Jim Kelley) and individual wood duck reports from members. A free box lunch will be provided, courtesy of North Oaks Company.

Centerville, Minn. The 17th annual meeting of the Wood Duck Society will be held March 1 at the Wargo Nature Center near Centerville, beginning at 9 a.m. Read More »

St. Paul For the 25 percent of all-terrain vehicle owners living in the seven-county metro region, finding a place to ride usually has meant trailering machines a few hours to drive them.

Changing that will require partnerships between off-highway riders and local units of government. The DNR’s metro region OHV system plan notes the region’s rapid growth may create opportunities for temporary facilities that serve as a bridge between a property’s former rural use and future, more urbanized uses. A complete copy of the draft Metro Region

St. Paul For the 25 percent of all-terrain vehicle owners living in the seven-county metro region, finding a place to ride usually has meant trailering machines a few hours to drive them. Read More »

Twin Cities Metro

NORTHEAST METRO There’s been some pretty consistent crappie reports coming off Bald Eagle Lake, Forest Lake, Lake Phalen, and Lake Jarvis in 15 to 20 feet of water. The prime bite has taken place during low-light periods of the day on these lakes. There are numbers of small sunfish biting on Lake Jane in eight

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