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May 11, 2023

Minnesota Deer Hunters Association says it will not support 2023 Governor’s Deer Opener

In a press release on Wednesday, May 10, the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association announced that the group’s board had voted not to support this year’s governor’s deer opener. 

The MDHA cited “continued attempts to ban wolf hunting and anti-gun legislation within the state,” for the decision to not support the governor’s opener. The two items are in direct opposition to MDHA’s mission, the press release stated.

Tournament anglers who cheated in Lake Erie walleye championship sentenced to jail time

Two tournament fishermen who pleaded guilty to felony cheating charges after they were disqualified from the Lake Erie Walleye Trail (LEWT) Championship in September of 2022 are headed to jail.  
Cuyahoga County Community Pleas Judge Steven Gall sentenced Jacob Runyan and Chase Cominsky to 10 days in the Cuyahoga County Jail and one and a half years’ probation, and the maximum fishing license suspension of three years.

Minnesota 9-year-old’s gobbler puts ‘long’ in longbeard

Parental rules often are guidelines rather than actual rules. For a 9-year-old turkey hunter from Rockville, Minn., that’s fortunate.
If Tenley Salzbrun’s father had adhered strictly to his personal minimum age at which his daughters would hunt game animals, she wouldn’t have, on April 28, shot a Stearns County tom whose bushy beard measured 12 inches – a trophy appendage, indeed, and one that would rank in the state’s top 10 in length (modern firearms), based on National Wild Turkey Federation records.

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