King salmon has helped create a multibillion-dollar sport fishery in the Great Lakes, but ripple effects of invasive species have left the fish’s future uncertain.
October 26, 2017
Banquets/Fundraisers Oct. 27: Fillmore County WTU Banquet, 6:30 p.m., Mabel Community Center, Mabel. For more info call Chris Petersen, 507-450-6256. Oct. 27: Ladies of the Lakes DU Banquet, Broadway Ballroom, Alexandria. For more info call Gloria Iverson, 320-491-1182. Oct. 27: Stewartville Pheasant & Habitat 35th Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Stewartville Sportsman Club. For more info call
District 1 – Baudette area CO Ben Huener (Roseau) checked duck hunters at the Roseau River and Thief Lake WMAs. Court was attended for an angling citation. Multiple fires were investigated in the Warroad and Lancaster areas. CO Huener also helped CO Benjamin with a firearms safety class at the Northwest Angle. A report of
Since 2008, the number of licenses sold to resident female hunters has gone up about 32 percent.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he’s moved from being “genuinely undecided” on the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine to being a genuine supporter of the project. Dayton saids he’s not as comfortable with another proposed copper-nickel mine, Twin Metals near Ely, because it’s in a watershed that flows into the Boundary Waters
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Federal trappers are struggling to keep up with Minnesota’s growing wolf population, according to a Minnesota Public Radio report. Only U.S. Department of Agriculture trappers can kill problem wolves – those that attack cattle and the like – because of a 2014 federal ruling that put them on the endangered species