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December 15, 2011

SD: Custer State Park Names New Superintendent

CUSTER STATE PARK, S.D. – Matt Snyder has been selected as the new superintendent of Custer State Park. Snyder begins his duties Dec. 19, succeeding Richard Miller, who is retiring after 11 years with the park, the last seven years as superintendent. “Matt’s extensive experience in park management and as the operations manager for the …

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Deer, hunters, thriving in Franklin County park

Whitetails are thriving in and around the last remaining public hunting grounds in Franklin County, as a result of a management strategy that encourages both archers and gun hunters, according to John Watts, resource manager for the county’s metro park system. There’s no need for sharpshooters or culling on 2,000 acres of public hunting area

MN: No jump for final deer hunt

Muzzleloader kill mirrors slow start to firearms season St. Paul – Muzzleloader deer hunters killed fewer animals this season than they had since 2002, and the 7,018-deer take was off 22 percent from last year. The kill was similar to 2009, and “this turned out to be about an average muzzleloader year,” said Lou Cornicelli,

MN: Cuffs and Collars Issue: 50

District 1 – Baudette area CO Ben Huener (Roseau) continued monitoring trapping, as well as deer- and elk-hunting activity. Assistance was given to local law enforcement. CO Jeff Birchem (Baudette) attended training in Thief River Falls and assisted the DNR Wildlife Division with fur registration. Trapping and litter complaints were investigated. CO Keith Backer (Blackduck)

MN: Forecast shows earlier dip into red for G&F Fund

St. Paul – Last month’s state budget forecast showed an $876 million surplus, which officials say was a pleasant surprise. But the Game and Fish Fund’s outlook wasn’t so positive. The November forecast shows that fund dipping into negative territory a year earlier than had been expected. According to the forecast, the fund will have

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