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December 30, 2010

Hugo man charged with poaching trophy buck

The story and evidence just didn’t add up for a Hugo man who is facing $10,000 in fines and restitution – and loss of his hunting privileges – for allegedly poaching a 10-point trophy buck in early November. After receiving a Turn-In-Poacher (TIP) call, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) conservation officer Robert Haberman of

MI Ice fishing starts, but be careful out there

LANSING, Mich. (AP) – Ice fishing season is up and running around the state, but the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment is reminding anglers to use caution. Warmer temperatures by the end of the week should not ruin the ice in most areas, the department says in its weekly fishing report. It does

Virtual archers sought for MI state school tournament

LANSING, Mich. (AP) – Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment says there’s a Jan. 31 deadline to register online for the fifth-annual State Virtual Archery Tournament for students. The tournament is for students in grades four through 12 and will take place Feb. 1 through March 6, 2011. Online registration is at The

Illinois Outdoor Hall of Fame inductees named

The Illinois Conservation Foundation has named the four inductees for the 2011 class of the Illinois Outdoor Hall of Fame. Dr. Thomas C. Dunston, Dr. David Kenney, Bob Long, Jr. and Ed Mullady were selected from dozens of nominees submitted by citizens from throughout Illinois for induction, DNR announced this week. The induction ceremony will

Pile of deer remains found in Wayne County

A large pile of deer carcasses was found in eastern Wayne County last week, leading authorities to question the source and motive. Someone notified the Wayne County Sheriff’s Department after finding the carcasses near the roadway east of Boogerville. According to the Evansville newspaper, a dozen or so dead deer were piled on top of

Northern pike early ice locations

During early ice, weedlines are very productive. We still have some green weeds producing oxygen, so this sets up a food web. Green weeds are key, so generally, these fish are going to be shallower, though this is all relative to lake construction. Here’s how to target northern pike under such conditions. Work one rod

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