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Wednesday, September 27th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

May 7, 2004

St. Paul The Minnesota DNR is providing assistance to Minnesota schools interested in starting or improving physical education-based archery classes. As part of the National Archery in the School Program, the DNR is partnering with the archery industry a

The Minnesota Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation also is a sponsor of the program. For more information about the program, check the DNR web site at, or contact Ryan Bronson, DNR recruitment and retention coordinator, at or at (651) 296-0776.

April 2: Minnesota Pheasants Inc., Blue Earth County Chapter Banquet, 5 p.m., Kato Entertainment Center, Mankato. For more info call Bob Kaul, 507-278-3968.

April 2: Stearns County Thunderin’ Toms NWTF Chapter Banquet. For more info call Ron Welle, 320-987-3526 April 2: Tri-County PF Banquet at the Rochester Radisson (downtown). Doors open at 5 p.m. Call Ward, 507-635-5416 for more info. April 3: Conservation Partners of America Banquet, 5 p.m., Gaylord Legion Club. For more info call Al Hahn,

Rainbow acquisition supported by Doyle

Dick Steffes, DNR director of real estate, presented the recommendation to the NRB and told members that at night, fishermen on the flowage don’t see any lights. It’s a wild area, with nesting eagles and ospreys. “The Wisconsin Valley Improvement Company is comprised of 11 paper mills and utilities and some of the ownerships have

Study: Is development harming our fisheries?

Field Editor Deerwood, Minn. Participants at the 2004 Lakes and Rivers Conference held at Ruttger’s Bay Resort in Deerwood last week were one of the first public audiences to hear DNR Fisheries biologist Paul Radomski’s presentation on how cumulative affects of shoreline development have damaged fish habitat. The presentation was based a on 3-year-old study

St. Paul The tackle box is organized, the rods have been rigged, and the boat is ready to roll. It must be about time for the 2004 Minnesota fishing opener. DNR officials remind state anglers not to forget to purchase their 2004 fishing licenses.

Minnesota sells about 1.4 million resident and nonresident licenses annually. With that many anglers, officials urge people to avoid the last-minute license-buying lines, and get them early this year. Electronic Licensing Agents will be asking license buyers questions this year as the DNR attempts to gauge public opinion on management issues. Licenses also may be

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