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Sportsmen Since 1967

Tuesday, December 5th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

July 18, 2003

Aug. 9-10: Chippewa Bowhunters, 3rd Annual 4 Club Shoot. Sat. 8-4 p.m., Sun. 8-2 p.m. For more info contact Gil, 715-833-1716 or Will, 715-271-2026.

Aug. 9-10: Roche A CRI Bowmen Inc Outdoor Shoot, 8-4 p.m. For more info call Glenn, 608-339-9529 or email buchanan@mags.net Aug. 23-24: North Bristol Sportsman’s Club 28 target 3D shoot & broadhead shoot, 9-3 p.m. For more info call Ted Sempf, 608-837-6048. Aug. 24: St. Anna Sportsman’s Club 55th Annual Turkey Shoot & BBQ chicken …

Aug. 9-10: Chippewa Bowhunters, 3rd Annual 4 Club Shoot. Sat. 8-4 p.m., Sun. 8-2 p.m. For more info contact Gil, 715-833-1716 or Will, 715-271-2026. Read More »

St. Paul Hunters are reminded that applications for the 2003 prairie chicken season will be accepted through July 25 at Electronic License System (ELS) terminals located throughout the state.

The five-day prairie chicken season, which will begin on Oct. 18, is open to Minnesota residents only. Hunters will be charged a $4 application fee and may apply individually or in groups up to four. The hunt will be held in seven prairie chicken quota areas between Crookston in the north and Breckenridge in the

DNR anticipates 18 recruits at academy

Role of state COs continues to change By Tim Spielman Associate Editor St. Paul A kind state Legislature and concerned top brass in the DNR have resulted in a CO academy slated for February, 2004, according to Mike Hamm, the Division of Enforcement’s new chief. “We’re looking to place two pilots and 16 would-be conservation

U.S. meat ban concerning outfitters north of border

Associate Editor Thunder Bay, Ontario In 1999, hunting outfitters were dealt a blow when the provincial government banned bear hunting in the spring. According to the group Northern Ontario Tourism Outfitters Association, the ban cost Ontario tourism about $40 million. Now, NOTO says, a move by the U.S. could deal the province another $40 million

July 26: 4th Annual Children’s “Take An Adult Fishing” event. For more info call Wilderness Fish & Game, 608-643-2433.

Aug. 2-3: Muddy Waters Retriever Club Retriever Days, starting at 8 a.m. at the 9-Mile Recreation Area in Rib Mountain, South of Wausau, WI. For more info go to: www.webpages.charter.net/MuddyWaters Retriever Club or call Kevin McMahon, 715-344-1075 or Jim Esslinger, 715-693-1214. Aug. 7: DU Koshkonong Chapter Golf Outing, Koshkonong Mounds Country Club, Fort Atkinson. For

Bear bait ban would hamper state’s hunt

Associate Editor St. Paul Already facing a decline in applicants for the state’s bear hunt, game managers in Minnesota could see the hunt further complicated should legislation currently in the U.S. House of Representatives eventually become law. Nearly 200 co-sponsors including one from Minnesota have signed onto a bill that would ban baiting and feeding

Hunter’s choice permits are plentiful

Editor Madison Deer hunters who plan on hunting only in any of the 47 Zone T units or in the CWD zones don’t have to pay attention to the July 21 hunter’s choice application deadline, but the rest of the state’s hunters will want to get their applications in the mail by that date. This

July 19: NWTF chapters of Muskego Lakes & Stateline Strutters hosting a Women in the Outdoors event, Richard Bong Recreation Area in Kansasville. Registration begins at 8 a.m. with sessions from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cost: $40 the day of the event. For

July 26: Women In The Outdoors Door Dusters Educational Program, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Black Ash Gun Club. For more info call Holly, 920-487-2229, Tammy, 920-388-0300 or Sallie, 1-888-563-0081. Aug. 2: DU Greenwing Event for kids ages 8-17 at the Oxbow Sportsman’s Club in Hilbert. Cost is $12, which includes lunch, a year’s membership

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