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MN: Calendar of Events Issue: 24

Banquets/Fundraisers. July 9: Minnewaska Lake Assoc. Banquet, Minnewaska House, Glenwood. For more info call Jerry Melby, 320-239-3974. Aug. 5: McGregor Chapter MDHA Banquet, 5:30 p.m., McGregor Community Center. For more info call Bob Dreger, 218-768-4079. Aug. 11: Elk River Goldeneyes DU Banquet, 5 p.m, Rockwoods Entertainment Center. For more info call Tim Oie, 763-497-4372. Outdoor Media • Ron

MN: Big pike: Was it a record?

Ely, Minn. – It’s not out of the ordinary to catch a silver-phase northern pike on Snowbank Lake near Ely. But a 42-incher that’s heavier than the largest silver pike ever recorded in Minnesota? That’s Mark Plumley’s story. For one night last week, he thought he’d caught a new state record. He learned the following

WI: Shawano’s muskies coming on

Shawano, Wis. – The next big thing in Wisconsin muskies just might be one of the state’s best bass and panfish lakes – the 6,063-acre Shawano Lake. That’s because for the past five to six years, fishermen and DNR fisheries crews have been catching more and bigger muskies out there than ever before. The Shawano

WI: Calendar of Events Issue: 12

Banquet/Fundraiser July 12: Marshview Conservation Club, Banquet, Range Line Inn, 5:15 p.m. Dor more info call Ed Mersberger, 920-467-6569. July 20: Wisconsin Waterfowl Assoc., Royal St. Patrick’s Golf Links. For more info call Don Kirby, 262-224-4949. Aug. 4: Wisconsin Waterfowl Assoc. Hunter’s Picnic, 5:30 p.m., Moose Lodge, Rice Lake. For more info call Ashly Steinke, 608-206-7721. Aug.

WI: Cuffs and Collars Issue: 12

District 9 – Black River Falls area Warden Matt Modjeski, of Sparta, concluded his investigation into a poaching case in Wilton Township from February. He had contacted the suspect and seized a .17-caliber rifle. Eight citations were issued for turkey, small-game, trapping, and deer-hunting violations. Warden Modjeski assisted the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department with its

WI: Fawn capture and tagging study continues

Clintonville, Wis. – The five-year, $2 million deer research project being conducted by the DNR and other researchers entered a new phase recently as researchers and volunteers captured and radio-collared fawns. Along the way, they’ve found that bears, coyotes, bobcats, and vehicles have killed most of the deer found dead thus far in the study.

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