Tuesday, March 21st, 2023
Tuesday, March 21st, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

September 24, 2004

Sept. 11: Buffalo Chapter of DU Shooting Event., 3:30 p.m. Buffalo Gun Club, 50 shooters, others welcome. Call Adam Benker, 763-498-8236 for more info.

Sept. 14: Prior Lake DU Live Bird Shoot, 2:30 p.m., Minn. Horse N Hunt Club. For more info call Steve mariette, 952-435-3688. Sept. 17-19: Gunsmoke 04 – Minnesota State Cowboy Action Shooting Championship, Ahlman’s Range. Sat. night banquet. For more info call 507-838-7334. Sept. 19: Buffalo Gun Club Meat Shoot, 9-6 p

Adaptive Sportsmen Inc. (ASI) is an organization in Wisconsin with a mission to provide recreational opportunities for physically challenged individuals to enjoy the outdoors. For more info visit www.adaptivesportsmen.org

Oct. 1-3: Whitetail deer hunt near Baraboo. Contact John Mitchell, 414-916-2298. Oct. 8-10, 15-17: Whitetail deer hunt near Clintonville. Contact Larry Drake, 715-535-2697. Oct. 16: Pheasant hunt near Portage at Smith’s Pheasant Crest Hunting Preserve. Contact John Martinson, 608-846-4518.

Sept. 25: 11 Annual Indianhead Rifle & Pistol Club Banquet, Northwest Sports Complex, Spooner, 6 p.m. For more info call Jim Schreiber, 635-2164.

Sept. 25: Burnett County WTU Chapter Banquet, American Legion Hall, Grantsburg, 5:30 p.m. for more info call Don Chell, 715-689-2233. Sept. 27: Lake Superior WTU Chapter Banquet, St. Croix Inn in Solon Springs. Doors open at 5:30. For more info call Ralph, 715-375-5417. Sept. 27: Sand County WTU Chapter Banquet, Two Lakes Supper Club in

River runners returning to Michigan tributaries

Correspondent Milwaukee For anyone who lives near Lake Michigan or fishes its tributaries, fall means salmon and trout in the rivers as fish leave the lake in search of shallow gravel beds upstream. The sheer abundance of these trout and salmon make it a fishing bonanza. There are different sizes and types of fish in

Take the field for close range Canada goose action

Contributing Editor Jerry Solsrud lifted the giant goose decoy just enough to peek out from under its tail, then dropped it back onto his chest and picked up his flute call. When he started calling, I chimed in to make our spread sound as inviting as we hoped it looked. A dozen Canada geese cleared

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