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April 6, 2006


April 7: Big River DU Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Sunset Lanes. For more info call Karl, 608-763-2110. April 7: Indianhead Chapter PF Banquet, Trollhaugen Ski Resort, Dresser. April 7-8: Lake Superior Chapter of Safari Club, Grand Casino, Hinckley, MN. Call 715-466-5008. April 8: Fox Rivers Chapter WTU Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Dino’s Restaurant. For more info call …

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COs await tests on fish fillets in poaching case

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Evansville, Minn. — Charges are expected to be filed soon in a fish-poaching case in which conservation officers say they confiscated more than 600 fish possessed by two people in Douglas County. Some of the fish were fresh; others were in freezers and were possibly five to six years old,

Bass anglers fret advisory question

By Kevin Naze Correspondent Sturgeon Bay, Wis. — Veteran Door County guide and Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament co-founder Gary Nault is finding out who his friends are. Nault, 58, retired a year ago from the Sturgeon Bay Fire Department after some 30 years. He’s been guiding for more than 20 years. In 1991, he

Deer hearing set for April 5, 2006

By Dean Bortz Editor Madison — Hunters, hunting groups, legislators, and DNR wildlife managers are gearing up for two April public hearings on deer seasons. The April 5 hearing will address Rep. Scott Gunderson’s bill on a new framework for 2006 and 2007, while an April 18 hearing will address the Legislature’s objections to a

Sale of leftover turkey tags not without glitch

By Dean Bortz Editor Madison — By 12:02 p.m. on Saturday, March 25, skeptical turkey hunters were saying “I told you so” before becoming downright frustrated with a computer system that wouldn’t spit out turkey tags for at least an hour in most locations. That didn’t keep hunters from buying more than 33,500 leftover tags

WMAs fare well in House bonding bill

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul — Moments after a dedicated funding bill passed out of another House committee, other representatives were busy unveiling an uncharacteristically large bonding bill. And that all came one day after the Senate passed its version of dedicated funding off the floor, marking the first time either legislative body

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