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Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

DNR Reports

‘Moose not recovering in northeastern Minnesota’

DNR Reports Moose estimate up, but increase isn’t “statistically significant” St. Paul — Minnesota’s moose population remains low despite a slowing population decline during the past five years, the Minnesota DNR said. Results from the 2016 aerial moose survey indicate the population change from an estimated 3,450 in 2015 to 4,020 in 2016 is not

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Will 2015 muskie season produce new record from Green Bay?

Green Bay, Wis. — While size and bag limits are the subject of frequent discussion among many anglers, there’s one group of fishing enthusiasts who are relatively unaffected by such matters: muskie hunters. A glance at online fishing forums indicates most muskie anglers would never keep a muskie unless they believed the fish was unlikely

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Effort under way to increase knowledge of Red River fishery

St. Paul — Anglers who fish the Red River this year may see fisheries management work under way as the Minnesota DNR and North Dakota Game and Fish Department conduct a fish population assessment and an angler creel survey.  “The population assessment will target channel catfish, but will provide valuable information on other species, as

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