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June 25, 2004

Minnesota Firearms Exchange. 2004 Gun Show. For more info call Steve Petersen, 763-434-7269.

TBA: Gun/Sporting Collectible Show, Spring Lake Park VFW, 8100 Pleasant Drive. 10-5 p.m (Sat.) 9-3 p.m. (Sun.) Nov. 27-28: St. Cloud Armory, 1710 Veterans Dr. MN Weapons Collectors Assoc. (MWCA). 2004 Gun Show & Sales. For more info call 612-721- 8976 check out Hours Sat.: 8 – 5 p.m. & Sun. 9 – 3 …

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Minnesota’s “Build a Wildlife Area” partnership will dedicate a new 318-acre addition to the existing 400-acre Mud Lake State Wildlife Management Area this Friday, June 25. The WMA is located in Morrison County near Little Falls.

As part of the dedication, the partnership will turn over the land to the Minnesota DNR, thus opening the land to public hunting and recreation. The purchase is the result of a two-month-long fund-raising campaign by Pheasants Forever, Outdoor News, and Game Fair. During the five-week campaign, the partnership raised over $50,000 through individual and

By Ron Spomer

When Lewis and Clark poled and paddled up South Dakota’s Missouri River in 1804 they were delighted to “discover” barking ground squirrels that lived in burrows. By dumping untold gallons of river water down one tunnel, they eventually captured one of it residents and sent it to President Jefferson. Today prairie dogs still live in

Silver Bay, Minn. About two months after a fire destroyed much of the roof of one of the historic cabins at Tettegouche Camp, the cabin is back in service and open for guests.

Fire broke out in Cabin A on March 12. Thanks to quick action on the part of guests, an emergency plan, dedicated park staff, local volunteers, firefighters and rescue workers, the fire was contained and the cabin saved, according to Tettegouche State Park manager Phil Leversedge. The fire destroyed about 40 percent of the roof

Fluctuating water levels affecting state anglers

Staff Writer International Falls, Minn. Last year at this time, Rainy Lake along the Canadian border was approximately 4 feet below its normal water level. In many locations, low water made it tough to launch a boat, and even more difficult to fish. Thanks to a wet spring and more runoff from last winter’s snow,

Twin Cities Metro

NORTHEAST METRO Bass action has been very good throughout the weeded areas and shorelines of White Bear Lake. White Bear is also giving up a few walleyes in 20 to 25 feet of water during the day. Lake Peltier and Demonterville Lake are the area’s best options for sunfish and crappies in shallow water. Look

June 4-6: 18th Annual Western Lake Superior Trolling Assoc. Jaws Fishing Derby, Fri. 5 a.m. to Noon June 6, Barker’s Island, Superior WI. For more info call Dave Koneczny, 218-724-1264 or check out

June 19: Harrison Chamber of Commerce Fishing Derby, Budd Lake. For more info call Tammy Carlstrom, 989-539-6011. June 26: All Carpenters Fishing Tournament, Fisherman’s Wharf, Lake Mille Lacs. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more info call 651-379-0280. MN Walleye Trail schedule for 2004. For more info call 507-764-2668 or May 23: Lake Lac

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