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October 20, 2011

Offbeat Outdoors

Messin’ With Sasquatch There’s a popular television commercial for beef jerky that features the wild exploits of the mythical outdoors creature known as Sasquatch, but a woman in Michigan says the Bigfoot family that frequents her rural backyard prefers her homemade blueberry bagels. Blueberry Bagels for Bigfoot? A woman in Newaygo County, Mich., tells Discovery

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MN: Pheasant opener largely lives up to poor pre-season expectations

Watson, Minn. – Two tough winters and one wet spring may not have dampened anticipation of the 2011 pheasant-hunting opener, but reports based on August roadside surveys certainly lowered expectations. By most accounts – based largely on conservation officer and other DNR reports – those expectations were met. Perhaps more disappointing for some hunters was

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WI: Inland fishing steady; hunters finding success early Issue: 21

ASHLAND AREA Nice catches of cohos were still being taken off of Saxon Harbor, and the fall run of brown trout were in the harbor. Last week’s rain should bring flow to Lake Superior tributaries, encouraging fish movement. Anglers took advantage of the nice weather prior to the rain to fish inland waters; reports ranged

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