Thursday, February 29th, 2024

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Thursday, February 29th, 2024

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Opener hunters tag 125,000 whitetails

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul — The number of deer taken by bowhunters is up 20 percent over this time last year. Hunters during the early season for antlerless deer in the middle

Study: CWD is likely spread by saliva

Washington (AP) – Deer probably spread chronic wasting disease through their saliva, concludes a study that finally pins down a long-suspected culprit. The key to the discovery was that Colorado researchers tested some special deer.

Hunting license sales improve in September

By Jeff Mulhollem Editor Harrisburg — Although they still trailed last year’s pace, hunting license sales picked up in September, according to figures recently released by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Compared to the same period

Report: Plan means more lead in lakes

Muskegon, Mich. (AP) — The Coast Guard would become one of the largest sources of the toxic metal lead entering the Great Lakes if it goes through with a plan to create 34 live-fire weapons-training

‘Control’ of SAK audit questioned

By Tim Eisele Correspondent Madison — Greg Kazmierski, a steering committee member for the DNR’s Sex-Age-Kill deer formula review, asked whether the DNR intends to have preliminary results of the SAK review available in October.

Tigerton lands are still open to public this year

By Kevin Naze Correspondent Tigerton, Wis. — Thousands of acres of Tigerton Lumber Company property in Shawano and Waupaca counties meant to be leased this year are instead open to public hunting. A clerical error

Firearms season ’06: Another record kill?

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul — Maybe it’s a deer population that’s estimated at 1.3 million animals. Or the third permit that comes with an all-season deer license. Or the fact that in

North metro produces jaw-dropper nontypical

By Rob Drieslein Editor Otter Lake, Minn. — She’s a hardcore bowhunter, and last Friday – after years of bagging dozens of antlerless deer – Deb Luzinski took what appears to be one of the

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