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December 1, 2011

MN: Ice-fishing options exist in a few areas, but it’s very limited Issue: 48

Big Six LAKE MILLE LACS No ice to report Tuesday morning, except a thin layer along the shorelines and in a few wind-protected bays and harbors. A string of cold, calm weather is likely needed before the big part of the lake completely caps with ice. Johnson’s Portside (320) 676-3811 Terry’s Boat Harbor (320) 692-4430 …

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MN: Final deer hunt off to slow start

Muzzleloader tally at 1,300 after first three days of hunt St. Paul – As openers go, there seems to be a trend developing: Slow. After the opening-weekend firearms kill was off by about 20 percent thanks, in part, to poor weather, opening of the 16-day muzzleloader season also left something to be desired. The season

MN: BOC: Increase license fees

St. Paul – Fishing and hunting license fees should be increased and restructured, as the DNR has proposed, to keep the Game and Fish Fund solvent, according to a citizens group that oversees agency expenditures. The DNR pushed the proposal at the Legislature earlier this year, but it didn’t gain traction. Still, it’s one of

WI: DNR seeking to improve sturgeon of the Wolf River

Oshkosh, Wis. – The DNR currently is working with the Menominee Indian tribe to establish a sturgeon population in the Wolf River above the Shawano dams. One of the most significant conservation success stories of the past half century is the resurgence of the sturgeon population in the Lake Winnebago system that includes several dozen

WI: Cuffs and Collars Issue: 24

District 2 – Cumberland area Wardens Jesse Ashton, of Luck, and Phil Dorn, of Cumberland, investigated a shining and shooting case. They observed a vehicle headlighting deer in a field after 10 p.m. and conducted a stop of the vehicle. The subject did not immediately stop and, upon contact, the wardens located a .22 rifle

WI: Calendar of Events Issue: 24

Banquet/Fundraiser Dec. 3: Hunter Appreciation WTU Banquet, 4:30 p.m., All-Star Lanes Banquet Hall, LaCrosse. For more info call Jim Wiltinger, 608-689-2234. Dec. 5: Wisconsin Waterfowl Assoc. Banquet, 6 p.m., Beaver Dam Conservation Club. For more info call Ben, 920-887-0731. Dec. 8: Wisconsin Waterfowl Assoc. Banquet, 5:30 p.m., The View, LaCrosse. For more info call Justin Wise, 608-406-4330. Dec.

WI: Wolf-delisting bills pile up in Congress

Washington – Whether or not the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service removes gray wolves from the federal list of endangered species this year might just be rendered irrelevant by that time, should any of a number of federal bills do the job instead. Most recently, a House-sponsored Interior appropriations bill contains language that not only

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