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Sportsmen Since 1967

November 5, 2004

Guv’s foundation’ plan advances

Staff Writer St. Paul Discussions regarding the centerpiece of Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s environmental and conservation package which includes a revamping of the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources have begun. Bob Schroeder, Pawlenty’s deputy chief of staff, convened a small meeting last Wednesday that included a range of outdoors interests. The Governor’s Office is working to […]

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Winona, Minn. An overabundance of deer at Great River Bluffs State Park near Winona and a low number of requests for special hunt permits for the park has prompted the DNR to extend the availability of special hunt permits to any hunters who have valid 3

Park manager John Wilzbacher said 100 permits for the antlerless-only hunt were made available, but as of last week, fewer than 20 hunters obtained one for the special hunt. The hunt will be held Nov. 20-22 and Nov. 26-28. If you have a valid 3B license, you may request a permit at the park headquarters

Winona, Minn. An overabundance of deer at Great River Bluffs State Park near Winona and a low number of requests for special hunt permits for the park has prompted the DNR to extend the availability of special hunt permits to any hunters who have valid 3 Read More »

By Tim Spielman

I’ve hunted ducks, pheasants, and similar feathered creatures for twenty-some years not a lifetime by any means but several years, none the less. While doing so I’ve wandered behind some mighty fine hounds, flushers and pointers alike. Without them, many of those downed birds would never have been found, and many of those seasoned pheasants

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Grand Rapids, Minn. The Minnesota Deer Hunters Association is working with hunters and landowners to prevent trespassing conflicts. The group has produced hunter access cards for use by both hunters and landowners to foster positive hunter-landowner rela

The access card is a two-part, perforated card that separates, with one for the landowner, one for the hunter. Hunter access cards are free and may be obtained by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: MDHA Hunter Access Initiative, 460 Peterson Road, Grand Rapids, MN 55744-8413.

Grand Rapids, Minn. The Minnesota Deer Hunters Association is working with hunters and landowners to prevent trespassing conflicts. The group has produced hunter access cards for use by both hunters and landowners to foster positive hunter-landowner rela Read More »

Nov. 6: Flambeau Area WTU Banquet, Flambeau Lanes & North Fork Lounge, Park Falls, 5:30 p.m. For more info call Karen Prohaska, 715-762-0015.

Nov. 6: Miller Friend’s of the Field Hunter’s Night Out Banquet, 5:30 p.m., in Reedsburg. Nov. 9: Waukesha County WTU Chapter Banquet, Saxes, Delafield, 5:30 p.m. For more info call Paul Klein, 920-688-3297. Nov. 10: Fox River Valley Chapter of DU, 7 p.m. Dinner, Starlite Club, Hwy. 55 & Cty JJ, Kaukauna. For more info

Nov. 6: Flambeau Area WTU Banquet, Flambeau Lanes & North Fork Lounge, Park Falls, 5:30 p.m. For more info call Karen Prohaska, 715-762-0015. Read More »

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