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Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

December 12, 2003

New Ulm, Minn. Jason Moeckel has been selected to fill a key position in the DNR Section of Fisheries for the South Region. A DNR trout stream habitat specialist in the department’s Metro Region since 1998, Moeckel will serve as assistant regional fisher

Moeckel has a background in stream ecology and the effects of land use practices. He earned an M.S. degree in resource conservation from the University of Montana and a B.S. degree from San Jose State University. Moeckel will be responsible for supervising regional trout fisheries programs in the southeast as well as administering budgets and

New Ulm, Minn. Jason Moeckel has been selected to fill a key position in the DNR Section of Fisheries for the South Region. A DNR trout stream habitat specialist in the department’s Metro Region since 1998, Moeckel will serve as assistant regional fisher Read More »

Pawlenty to meet with ag interests over CREP

Editor St. Paul Debate over the permanent easement option in the next round of the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program heated up this week. On Monday, CREP supporters from state environmental and conservation groups rendezvoused with agricultural interests who oppose the permanent easement option in the set-aside program. The next day, several state farm groups and

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Winifred, Mont. The ground search for a Minnesota hunter believed to be missing in the Missouri River Breaks near Winifred was suspended earlier this week. Allen Theis, 52, of Eden Valley, Minn., has been missing since Nov. 25. Authorities became suspici

Fergus County (Mont.) Sheriff Tom Killham said the search is taking place in a remote area with rugged landscape. Bad weather and rugged terrain forced the suspension of the search, but authorities said it would continue when conditions improve.

Winifred, Mont. The ground search for a Minnesota hunter believed to be missing in the Missouri River Breaks near Winifred was suspended earlier this week. Allen Theis, 52, of Eden Valley, Minn., has been missing since Nov. 25. Authorities became suspici Read More »

Big Six

LAKE MILLE LACS East – The main lake is ice-covered, and you’ll find significant ice in the bays. For example, Isle Bay and Cove Bay are covered with 6 to 10 inches, while most bays up the east side of the lake have 4 to 10 inches of ice close to shore. Excellent perch reports

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Brainerd, Minn. The 14th Annual Brainerd Jaycees $150,000 Ice Fishing Extravaganza is scheduled for Jan. 14 on Gull Lake, north of Brainerd. As in the past, participating anglers will be competing for ice fishing’s largest prize package. Event organizers

Included in the prize package is a new Ford truck, $10,000 cash for 100th place, ATVs, fish houses, and more. Again this year, the “On Ice Olympics” will be part of the event. Event proceeds will go to charitable organizations. For more information about the extravaganza, visit the web site, www.icefishing.org, or call the Jaycees

Brainerd, Minn. The 14th Annual Brainerd Jaycees $150,000 Ice Fishing Extravaganza is scheduled for Jan. 14 on Gull Lake, north of Brainerd. As in the past, participating anglers will be competing for ice fishing’s largest prize package. Event organizers Read More »

Kingston, Minn. Two fish houses, worth thousands of dollars recently have been reported stolen. And a reward is being offered in one of the cases.

In Meeker County, authorities are asking the public for help in finding a fish house valued at nearly $10,000. It was stolen last week from the Kingston company King Crow Company that makes them. The fish house is 16 feet by 61/2 feet, with forest green and mocha frost-colored aluminum siding and brown carpeting. A

Kingston, Minn. Two fish houses, worth thousands of dollars recently have been reported stolen. And a reward is being offered in one of the cases. Read More »

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