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December 16, 2010

Two new snowmobile map products available from MN DNR

A new online interactive snowmobile trail map and a downloadable GPS background map are now available to help people explore and navigate Minnesota’s extensive snowmobile trail system, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). These maps can be found at mndnr.gov/snowmobiling. The online snowmobile trail map, developed by the DNR’s Division of Parks …

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WI DNR Snow & Outdoor Report: Dec. 16

Another winter storm last weekend blanked most of the state with an additional 6 to as much as 20 inches of snow, with the central portion of the state receiving the heaviest snowfall. The far southeast portion of the state received the least amount with only a couple of inches or less reported. Snow depths

MI: DNRE: 2010 deer harvest much like ’09

Lansing – After a 20-percent decline in the firearms deer harvest from 2008 to 2009, hunter success didn’t seem to improve much during the 2010 season. Despite most crops being harvested and moderate weather conditions conducive to hunting across most of the state during the 16-day season, hunters killed about the same number of deer

OH: Cuffs and Collars Issue: 26

Central Ohio – Wildlife District 1 • While on patrol during the statewide deer gun season, Champaign County Wildlife Officer Jeff Tipton located a truck parked along a county road near the Mad River. It was close to the end of shooting time, so Tipton waited for the hunter so that he could check his

MI: Cuffs and Collars Issue: 26

DISTRICT 1 CO Ryan Aho responded to the complaint about a raccoon left in a trap for more than the 48-hour check requirement. The raccoon was located, and follow-up was done with the trapper. Further investigation revealed the trapper had a wolf caught in a trap. CO Aho and the trapper were able to free

MN: Dayton now assembling key staff

St. Paul – More than a month after the election, Minnesota has a governor. Republican Tom Emmer last week conceded the race to Democrat Mark Dayton. It ends a tumultuous election cycle that saw Republicans take control of the state House and Senate, but lose the governor’s office. Now, speculation about who Dayton names as

OH: Calendar of Events Issue: 26

Banquets/Fundraisers Jan. 21, 2011: Fulton County Sportsmen Banquet, 5 p.m.-2 a.m. For more info call Greg Ruger, 419-583-7662. Jan. 22, 2011: Hardin County WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Eagles Lodge. For more info call Melissa Modd, 567-674-4120. Jan. 29, 2011: Caesar Creek WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Ancil Dodge Auction Hall. For more info call Don Rogers, 513-292-2922. Feb. 5: Shelby

PA: Flap over taking a huge bear goes on

Bushkill, Pa. – Controversy continues to swirl around the taking of an enormous bear in Pike County last month by a crossbow hunter. The animal, which was killed legally in the Delaware County Water Gap Recreation Area just north of Fernwood Resort, weighed an estimated 875 pounds alive and is the largest ever taken in

MI: Governor-elect Snyder to resplit DNR and DEQ

Stokes named as next DNR director Lansing (AP) – Gov.-elect Rick Snyder said recently he’s changing the setup of state government to include a six-person super-cabinet responsible for keeping his initiatives on track. As part of that change, Snyder plans to again split the Department of Natural Resources and Environment into two separate agencies. Gov.

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