Saturday, December 2nd, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Saturday, December 2nd, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

April 22, 2010

Progress continues in House and Senate on dedicated funding bills

St. Paul – The Senate earlier this week gave preliminary approval to $59 million worth of conservation projects funded by the amendment voters passed in 2008. The projects, all recommended by the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council, were included in a larger omnibus bill (SF 3275) authored by Sen. Ellen Anderson, DFL-St. Paul. Last week, a …

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Great Lakes fish samples needed for study

Alpena, Mich. – State fishery officials and Great Lakes groups are looking to anglers to collect information or to submit samples from their catch for several different studies that will guide key sportfish management decisions in coming years. On Lake Huron, biologists studying the natural reproduction of chinook salmon are asking fishermen to cut off

Red Lake slot limit consistent with 2009

Bemidji, Minn. – Walleye anglers tired of changing regulations will find welcome complacency in Upper Red Lake’s fishing rules this year. Thanks in part to consistent walleye reproduction and this year’s winter catch, anglers will see a continued protected 17- to 26-inch slot from the May 15 fishing opener through Monday, June 14; the limit

Chytridiomycosis fungus killing off Ohio amphibians

Mayfield Village, Ohio – Spring may be growing quieter as a worldwide pandemic fungal disease is killing off entire populations of amphibians: frogs, toads, salamanders and similar creatures. And Ohio is not immune from the chytridiomycosis fungus, either. Trying to grab hold of how widespread the fungus is in northeast Ohio falls on the shoulders

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