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Friday, May 24th, 2024

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Muzzleloader hunters seek ability to hunt with scopes

By Joe Albert Staff Writer Erskine, Minn. — On the heels of a muzzleloader harvest that last year broke the state’s previous record – 14,000 deer – a group of blackpowder hunters in Polk County

Study: Duck kill rate higher with spinners

And they don’t reduce the crippling factor By Joe Albert Staff Writer Bemidji, Minn. — A study in Minnesota on the vulnerability of mallards to spinning-wing decoys has produced a mixed set of results. On

Nature center acquires precarious eagle nest

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor McGregor, Minn. — An eagle’s nest, formerly nestled high in a dead white pine tree north of McGregor in Aitkin County, is now displayed at the Long Lake Conservation Center

Deer kill No. 3 in state history

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul — Minnesota hunters killed more than a quarter of a million deer in 2005, making the season the third most successful ever. Hunters killed about 255,500 deer last

Muskie minimum of 48 inches on table

By Joe Fellegy Contributing Writer Grand Rapids, Minn. — Minnesota anglers would be unable to keep muskies less than 48 inches long under a DNR proposal to raise the statewide muskie minimum size from the

Survey: Midwest duck hunters aren’t satisfied

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Las Vegas – Midwest duck hunters are those most prone to decry a decline in the quality of their hunt, according to the results of a comprehensive survey unveiled last

DNR shuffling Eco Services

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul – A plan to shuffle the Ecological Services Division at the DNR and bring it more in line with other divisions could mean changes for managers in St.

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