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Sportsmen Since 1967

June 5, 2024

Gear & Gadgets: Rapala introduces the new Rippin’ Blade, and more gear to get you outdoors

Building on the success of the Rippin Rap, Rapala is introducing the Rippin’ Blade. This slender, lipless, blade bait lure produces a tight, instant vibration on the lift or retrieve and because it is perfectly balanced, it falls upright, reducing line twists and fouling.

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Lake Jeanette’s ’eyes will make you forget lack of variety in this Minnesota water

To say Lake Jeanette is off the beaten path would be an understatement. This 612-acre lake is located along the Echo Trail, a remote country road that winds through the western edge of Superior National Forest in northeastern St. Louis County.
Getting to Lake Jeanette means a scenic drive in a remote setting. Upon arrival, visitors are greeted by granite rock outcroppings and a heavily wooded mix of pine and spruce. This glacier-carved lake provides a Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness feel.

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Minnesota high school clay target championships kick off this weekend

High school athletes and teams representing schools from across the state will participate at the 2024 Minnesota State High School Clay Target League Championships this month.
The MNSHSCTL Trap Shooting Championships will be held at the Alexandria Shooting Park June 10 to 18. The event will feature 8,576 athletes from 338 high school teams. With over 8,500 participants, the Trap Shooting Championship is the largest clay target shooting competition in the world.

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Self-inflicted dose of pepper spray drives away attacking grizzly in Wyoming

A grizzly that self-inflicted itself with a burst of pepper spray while attacking a hiker in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park in May won’t be captured or killed because it may have been trying to protect a cub, park officials said in a statement.
While mauling a hiker on Signal Mountain, the grizzly bit into the man’s can of bear repellent and was hit with a burst of it, causing the animal to flee.

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