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Sportsmen Since 1967

August 6, 2018

Lot of water being covered in public meetings as fishing reg changes mulled

Highlights include proposals to modify existing special walleye regulations on Leech Lake, walleye and sauger regulations on Lake of the Woods and Rainy River; northern pike regulations on Lake Vermilion; and a review of experimental walleye regulations on Kabetogama, Namakan, Crane and Little Vermilion lakes.

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Most collared deer in Michigan U.P. study survived winter

Marquette, Mich. — Most of the 184 deer fitted with radio collars last winter in the western UP for a deer migration study survived winter, according to reports on the project. Overall survival of all whitetails was 73 percent, but adults had better survival (81 percent) than fawns (64.6 percent). According to study results, adult does

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On Pennsylvania side, Lake Erie walleye fishing remains strong

Erie, Pa. — Anglers are walloping walleyes on Lake Erie this summer, and the bite should stay strong for years to come. That’s the word from Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission biologist Chuck Murray, who had predicted a record-setting catch-rate based on indicators last year. “Many people are limiting out in just a couple of

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