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October 27, 2011

File comments by Nov. 4 regarding DNR’s Poplar River decision

The Minnesota DNR yesterday afternoon issued the press release below about the Poplar River. I’m not happy about the timing because it missed our print deadline, and the comment period for what this scribe considers a pretty big deal ends Friday, Nov. 4. That means readers of next week’s Minnesota Outdoor News won’t see this …

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Online hunter match program possibly on way out

Athens, Ohio – A pilot project begun by the DNR Division of Wildlife several years ago to match farmers and hunters could be on its last legs. The project,, was started at the urging of the Ohio Farm Bureau to match farmers suffering crop damage with willing hunters. The Division of Wildlife recently drafted a letter

MN: Cuffs and Collars Issue: 43

District 1 – Baudette area CO Ben Huener (Roseau) reports a trespass complaint was investigated near Greenbush. Bear hunting stands were removed from an area WMA. Enforcement action was taken on an individual hunting ducks in a state game refuge. CO Angie Warren (Thief River Falls) worked areas for illegal shinning activity. CO Keith Backer

MI: Officials look at easing TB regs

Alpena, Mich. – The Natural Resources Commission will vote Nov. 10 on whether to allow baiting of deer in Presque Isle County and the southern portion of Iosco County. The consideration comes after 57 counties in the Lower Peninsula achieved TB-free status in September. A memorandum to the NRC indicated the DNR and the Michigan

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