Friday, March 24th, 2023
Friday, March 24th, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

June 16, 2005

Sport Shows

Sept. 10-11: Commonwealth Sportsmen’s Club Sportsmans Show, Florence County Fairgrounds. For more info call Sean Franklin, 715-528-5739. Banquet/Fundraiser June 23: Crivitz Lions Club 10th Annual Shooting & Sports Banquet. June 27: St. Croix Scenic Valley Ladies DU Chapter Annual Banquet, 6 p.m., West Wind Supper Club, River Falls. For more info call Shirley Williams, 715-246-0416.

Initial steps begin on deer SAK audit

By Tim Eisele Correspondent Madison — The steering committee assembled by the DNR to provide input on the audit of the Sex-Age-Kill (SAK) formula stacked up a large laundry list of issues when it met for the first time June 7. Those issues are being summarized and will be sent back to the committee to

38-lb. tiger leaves Lake Tomahawk

By Dean Bortz Editor First-time muskie fisherman lands it on second cast Lake Tomahawk, Wis. — They didn’t believe him at first. Heck, Tom Driscoll couldn’t believe it, either — and he could see the fish. But, once Driscoll convince his wife and father that he had hooked into a big fish, they were quick

FWS receiving mega input on refuge plan

By Greg Koelker Correspondent Stoddard, Wis. — At public hearings up and down the Upper Mississippi Refuge system, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is getting plenty of citizen input — a lot of it negative — on its 600-page, four-alternative plan to manage the refuge for the next 15 years. After an hour-long

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