Sunday, June 4th, 2023
Sunday, June 4th, 2023

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March 26, 2009

No rebound yet for marten, fisher

Grand Rapids, Minn. – The harvest of fishers and pine martens this season – the second year of an abbreviated trapping season – was comparable to last year. But those harvests, low by recent standards, combined with low track counts this winter, have officials wondering if more should be done – at least short-term –

DNR honors top conservation officers

DNR Reports St. Paul – The Minnesota DNR Division of Enforcement recently recognized six state conservation officers for outstanding performance and service in 2008. “We honor these dedicated officers for their commitment to their duties, perseverance and professionalism,” said Col. Jim Konrad, DNR Enforcement chief. “This agency and the state of Minnesota are indeed fortunate

On-Air with Ron Schara this Saturday

Minnesota Bound’s Ron Schara called and interviewed me this morning for a news segment that will appear on his WCCO Radio show Saturday morning. We chatted briefly about what’s cooking in the state Legislature this spring. Despite a $5 billion budget deficit, legislators still find time for bills on fish hatcheries, pike slots limits, dove

‘Bug geek’ offers insight for curious trout anglers

State College, Pa. – Although he lives near storied limestone streams, Penn State University entomologist Greg Hoover says nothing beats Pennsylvania’s freestone fisheries for bug diversity. “On the limestoners, you get these massive single-species emergences that everyone enjoys fishing,” said Hoover, co-author of “Great Rivers, Great Hatches.” “But you’re not going to see the variety

Guernsey County man charged in deer traffic

Columbus – A Guernsey County man is the second person to face criminal charges in the alleged illegal sale and transport of 54 propagated whitetail deer from Ohio to South Carolina, a violation of the federal wildlife Lacey Act. Danny Parrott, of Kimbolton, pleaded not guilty to 14 counts of wildlife Lacey Act violations and

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