Thursday, November 30th, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Thursday, November 30th, 2023

Breaking News for

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State officials mull next five years for Leech Lake

Walker, Minn. – It’s been a dynamic past five years for one of northern Minnesota’s most renowned fisheries, Leech Lake. Now it’s time to look ahead. A crash in the walleye population, followed by a

Dollars, deer down in third year of donation program

St. Paul – Hunters this year have donated fewer deer and less money to the state’s venison donation program than they have during the past two years. Hunters have donated about $35,000 to the program;

Cold making ice despite wind and snow

Detroit Lakes, Minn. – The good news is that ice has quickly taken hold across Minnesota. What’s uncertain is how much this week’s weather will affect the ability of anglers to fish that ice by

Late deer kill down, Zone 3 harvest increases

St. Paul – Muzzleloader deer hunters killed more bucks, but fewer antlerless deer, through the first nine days of this year’s season than they did in 2008. As of the beginning of the week, the


ALEXANDRIA AREA There isn’t much to report on the fishing front and most anglers are anxiously waiting for ice to form. If a person wanted to fish, you could probably pop a few walleyes on

Twin Cities Metro

NORTHEAST METRO Minnows and large plastic baits seem to be working for the few muskie anglers that remain on White Bear Lake in 14 to 25 feet. Crankbaits or a jig and minnow are producing

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