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Sunday, April 14th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Sunday, April 14th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

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Deer discussion

Joe Albert Associate Editor Deer regulations. Predictably, there’s been a lot of discussion recently in regards to deer hunting. Consider: € For the third consecutive week, Strib columnist Ron Schara has complained about the complexity

Twin Cities Metro

NORTHEAST METRO Some anglers continue to fish open water on the Mississippi and St. Croix rivers. Ice has started to form on most small lakes, but fishing through it was not an option earlier this

Top U.S. court will decide challenge to D.C. gun ban

Washington (AP) – The U.S. Supreme Court said it will decide whether the city of Washington can ban handguns, a case that could produce the most in-depth examination of the constitutional right to “keep and

Jackson’s story: a modern hunting parable

The most interesting hunting story I’ve seen this year was the tale of Jackson, a white-tailed buck that lived near Two Harbors. The world hadn’t heard of Jackson until just before deer season, when the

DNR on deer firearms hunt: not a bad year

St. Paul – Records won’t fall, but deer hunters are on pace for another high harvest. Firearms hunters so far are about 3 percent off last year’s total (183,000 this year compared with 189,000 last

At long last, hunter dispels hoodoo

My father, who lived to hunt deer, died a week before the season started in 2004. On opening morning that year I passed up an eight-point buck, primarily because I was more interested in spending

Mild weather means ducks possible post-deer hunting

St. Paul – Records won’t fall, but deer hunters are on pace for another high harvest. Firearms hunters so far are about 3 percent off last year’s total (183,000 this year compared with 189,000 last

State Roundup

Dean Bortz Wisconsin Editor THERE IS STILL PLENTY OF DEER HUNTING left in this season. Anyone with deer tags left over from the gun season, or anyone who has $2 (herd control or earn-a-buck units)

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