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August 9, 2007

Duck season ’07: 60 days, 6 ducks

By Joe AlbertAssociate Editor St. Paul – Once again, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will offer liberal hunting regulations for waterfowl this fall – 60 days and a six-duck bag. But unlike the past two seasons, when the daily bag limit was four birds, those regulations will apply to hunters in Minnesota, too. The

Four-walleye bag limit sparks harvest on Red

Red Lake Band’s fish-processing plant could increase tribal demand, harvest By Tim SpielmanAssociate Editor Bemidji, Minn. – Double the fish, double the fishing. At least so far, that’s been the case on the sport-fisherman side of Upper Red Lake. In mid-July, based on the allowable walleye catch and the poundage already caught, DNR officials increased

Waterfowlers could get 60 days to hunt ducks

Public hearings are this week Staff Report Madison – State waterfowl hunters could be looking at a 60-day duck season and an 85-day Canada goose season in the Exterior Zone if hunters support that plan and the DNR passes it along as a recommendation to the Natural Resources Board. August is always a busy month


Aug. 17: Salmon River Strutters NWTF Chapter, Banquet, Arenas Eis House, Mexico. For more info call Bill Wilbur, 315-963-3368. Aug. 18: Central Adirondacks Friends of the NRA Banquet, Morehouse Recreation Center, Hoffmeister, 6 p.m. For reservations call Fran Gramlich, 518-548-7343. Aug. 19: Summer Slam NWTF event, Hornell American Legion Post # 440. For more info

MPCA, DNR respond to disaster on I-35W

By Mike KallokStaff Writer St. Paul – The Interstate 35 bridge collapse disaster prompted an emergency response from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency as it worked to determine the scope of environmental impacts and potential health risks for rescue and recovery workers. ‘The U.S. EPA and OSHA are concerned about what the air quality is

Wild Rose work is on schedule

Former ‘head jailer’ to assume duties Sept. 1 By Tim Eisele Correspondent Madison – Who’s in charge of the state’s natural resource management efforts? That’s what many sportsmen and citizens want to know now that Gov. Jim Doyle announced late last month that he will replace DNR Secretary Scott Hassett with current Department of Corrections

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