Monday, October 2nd, 2023

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Wisconsin, Michigan border run a great fall idea

Dean Bortz Wisconsin Editor When it comes to taking in a good dose of fall fishing and color, it’s pretty tough to beat the border country of Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. There are great

Outdoors broadcaster Tony Dean dies

Pierre, S.D. (AP)_ Tony Dean, a nationally known outdoor enthusiast who promoted South Dakota with his radio and television shows, has died. Dean died Sunday morning. He was 67. Dean, whose real name was Anthony

Hunters kill 111 moose during bulls-only season

Tower, Minn. – Hunters killed 111 bull moose during the season that ended Sunday, a decrease of four animals from last year. The season, held in permit areas in the northeastern part of the state,

DNR: Ammo selection can lower lead levels

St. Paul – Lead fragments from some high-powered rifle ammunition travel farther into deer than hunters may have assumed, according to a DNR study released last week. The study also showed that hunters can reduce

State pheasant hunters hope best yet to come

Madelia, Minn. – If you had a fantastic opening weekend of pheasant hunting, harvest-wise, you’re in the minority. Hot and humid weather in some places, cold and lightning and thunder in others, and standing corn

DNR releases results from fragment study

St. Paul – DNR officials earlier this week announced the results of a study done this summer aimed at giving hunters an idea of the extent to which various bullets and slugs might fragment when

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