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March 31, 2011

MN: Calendar of Events Issue: 13

Banquets/Fundraisers. April 1: Paul Bunyan DU Banquet, 5:30 p.m., The Legacy. For more info call Todd Berghuis, 218-829-1379. April 1: Pelican Rapids DU Banquet, Pelecan Rapids VFW. For more info call Gerry Berquist, 218-863-7329. April 1: Great River Chapter RMEF Banquet, 5 p.m., Timber Lake Lodge, Grand Rapids. For more info call Teresa Scherf, 218-328-5804. April 2:  LeSueur

MN: Weather permitting, it may be a good year on the Rainy

Baudette, Minn. – While most of Minnesota anglers awaited the imminent thaw of spring, some eager walleye chasers slid – albeit gingerly – onto the moving open waters of the Rainy River earlier this week. Tom Heinrich, DNR large lake specialist in Baudette, said three groups of anglers were chopping ice and launching boats at

MN: Testing for CWD to wrap up this week

St. Paul – The DNR’s effort to determine the prevalence of chronic wasting disease in wild deer in the southeast is entering the next phase. Later this week, sharpshooting will end, and agency officials will begin discussing regulatory options for the fall deer season. “Friday is going to be the last night of sharpshooting, unless a

MI: Caledar of Events Issue: 7

Banquets/Fundraisers. April 2: Hale Area WTU Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Plainfield Township Hall. For more info call Jason Maraskine, 989-486-1961. April 2: Wes Huron WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Pigeon VFW. For more info call Jim Gilbert, 989-550-4828. April 9: Kaeva Area WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Kaleva Tavern. For more info call Andy Robak, 231-362-3161. April 9: Sanilac County WTU Banquet,

MI: Outlook optimistic for 2011 turkey hunt

Lansing – The spring wild turkey season gets under way in less than three weeks, and gobbler chasers across the state are getting antsy. “I’m excited about the spring season. I’m looking forward to an awesome season,” Tony Snyder, president of the Michigan Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, told Michigan Outdoor News. “It

MI: Cuffs and Collars Issue: 7

DISTRICT 1 CO Mark Leadman contacted three groups of anglers on Deer Lake (a catch-and-release only/no live bait lake) using live bait and keeping walleyes. One subject stated that he had called the district office asking about rules for Deer Lake. Follow-up by CO Leadman revealed the subject had been advised of special restrictions on

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