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Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

July 9, 2004

Minneapolis The Three Rivers Park District will open portions of two parks to limited goose hunting this fall, as part of its overall Canada goose control program. The areas to be opened are Baker National Golf Course and Spurzem Lake in Baker Park Reser

Approximately 20 hunters will be selected for each site through a lottery drawing. Applications for the hunts will be available by July 15 at the park district’s web site at www.threeriverspark district.org/nrm/wildlife_wildlife_management.cfm. Hunters also may contact the park district at (763) 694-7840 for an application. Applications must be postmarked by Aug. 13, 2004. Successful applicants […]

Minneapolis The Three Rivers Park District will open portions of two parks to limited goose hunting this fall, as part of its overall Canada goose control program. The areas to be opened are Baker National Golf Course and Spurzem Lake in Baker Park Reser Read More »

South St. Paul, Minn. South St. Paul retailer Midwest Western has announced an expansion project which will include waterfowl hunting supplies. Midwest Western and Waterfowl will “strive to bring its customers the best products available,” the company sa

A grand opening is planned for July 9-11. The grand opening at the 499 Villaume Ave. E. facility will include seminars, drawings, free giveaways, and in-store specials. Factory representatives will be on hand. For more information, call (651) 455-2256.

South St. Paul, Minn. South St. Paul retailer Midwest Western has announced an expansion project which will include waterfowl hunting supplies. Midwest Western and Waterfowl will “strive to bring its customers the best products available,” the company sa Read More »

Twin Cities Metro

NORTHEAST METRO Muskie action has picked up along the weed edges of Bald Eagle Lake and White Bear Lake. Topwater baits are turning bigger fish. Look for sunfish on White Bear, Rush Lake, and Lake Jane in 10 to 12 feet of water. Walleye and northern pike reports have been limited in recent days. Work

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By Larry Lindsay

Contributing Writer If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it much less destroy it. But the human animal seems hell bent on fixing or destroying a system that has worked for thousands of years. We are destroying one of our most efficient insect control systems: bats. I recently watched in awe as an estimated 12 million

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Grand Rapids, Minn. The Minnesota DNR has announced a series of clinics to train and certify volunteer instructors for bowhunter education and all-terrain vehicle safety.

The meetings are July 14, 6-9 p.m. at the DNR office in Two Harbors (ATV); July 17, 9 a.m. to noon, at the Haypoint-Jackpine Savages Snowmobile Club near Hill City (ATV); July 31, noon to 4 p.m. at the Grand Rapids Archery Club in Grand Rapids (bowhunter education). Participants must be at least 18 years

Grand Rapids, Minn. The Minnesota DNR has announced a series of clinics to train and certify volunteer instructors for bowhunter education and all-terrain vehicle safety. Read More »

St. Paul Pheasants Forever has announced a partnership with four-time Emmy winner, Ron Schara Enterprises, to create Pheasants Forever’s first television series.

The 26-episode series will begin airing in the fall of 2005 on the Outdoor Life Network. The show, Pheasants Forever Television, will feature pheasant hunting and the hunters who pursue the game. A sneak peek of the show is scheduled for the Saturday night banquet at Pheasant Fest 2005, which will be held in Omaha,

St. Paul Pheasants Forever has announced a partnership with four-time Emmy winner, Ron Schara Enterprises, to create Pheasants Forever’s first television series. Read More »

Grand Rapids, Minn. The North Central Lakes Project, part of Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s Clean Water Initiative, will hold a stakeholder meeting July 9, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Long Lake Conservation Center in Aitkin County.

Updates will be provided on seven project areas from the steering team, made up of several government and non-government organizations. Interested citizens are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Jean Goad, DNR public affairs officer, at (218) 327-4262.

Grand Rapids, Minn. The North Central Lakes Project, part of Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s Clean Water Initiative, will hold a stakeholder meeting July 9, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Long Lake Conservation Center in Aitkin County. Read More »

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