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When game becomes vermin, hunting is diminished

There will be no fanfare this autumn when Minnesota holds its largest elk hunt in modern history. No one will sing the praises of elk management or boast about the population recovery (albeit small) of

Supreme Court affirms guns for self-defense

Washington (AP) – Silent on central questions of gun control for two centuries, the U.S. Supreme Court found its voice last week in a decision that affirms the right to have guns in the home

Big Six

LAKE?MILLE LACS East – Walleyes are hitting Lindy Rigs and leeches or crankbaits on the 25- to 30-foot gravel and mud areas during the day. Slip bobbers and leeches have worked best after dark on

State Round Up

BEAR HUNTERS who have been saying the DNR is underestimating the state’s bear population may be right. The DNR is expected to release this week the preliminary results of a two-year black bear study that

CRP achieves new high in 2007

St. Paul ’Äî Acres enrolled in the federal Conservation Reserve Program reached a new high of nearly 37 million acres in fiscal year 2007, according to an annual CRP report recently released by the USDA’Äôs

Who started the Ham Lake Fire?

A year has passedŠ It’s been more than a year now since the fires went on the Gunflint Trail. Burning more than 75,000 acres in the U.S. and Canada, the 2007 Ham lake Fire was


ALEXANDRIA AREA Look for crappies on the weedlines of lakes Le Homme Dieu, Darling, and Ida. Sunfish are an easy catch on most lakes in less than eight feet, while bass have moved to the

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