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Sunday, July 14th, 2024

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Sunday, July 14th, 2024

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Game farmer is not guilty of hog release

Prairie du Chien, Wis. – Robert Scott Johnson, the 55-year-old former game farm owner accused of illegally releasing feral hogs in Crawford County in 2002, was found not guilty of the offense at a trial

Lake Winnibigoshish scaup die-off decreases this year

Bemidji, Minn. – Fewer bluebills died as a result of eating an invasive snail – and thus ingesting a deadly intestinal parasite – than last year while staging on Lake Winnibigoshish. That’s the good news.

DNR to deer hunters: Don’t shoot a wolf

Madison – If deer hunters shoot a wolf this fall, the “mistaken identity” excuse won’t get them out of trouble. Last fall, DNR Conservation Warden David Youngquist, of Iowa County, encountered two cases of hunters

PGC investments sour: Cuts coming

Washington, Pa. – If you’ve seen the value of your 401K drop in recent weeks thanks to some wild swings in the stock market, you’re not alone. The Pennsylvania Game Commission feels your pain. The

Crossbows get 1st OK for bow season

Washington, Pa. – Pennsylvania’s archery season is one step closer to having an all-new look. Game Commissioners gave preliminary approval to a proposal that would allow hunters to use crossbows in virtually every big-game hunting

Voters head to the polls

St. Paul – After nearly a decade of debate, voters on_Tuesday held the fate of a constitutional amendment to dedicate funding for natural resources in their hands. In addition to the amendment, voters also were

Officials consider four-fish limit for Upper Red

Bemidji, Minn. – DNR officials continue to be impressed with the progress of walleyes in northern Minnesota’s Upper Red Lake – so much so, in fact, that the department is considering an increase to a

Agency: Cougar attack was hoax

Lancaster, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Game Commission says a Lancaster County man lied when he reported shooting one cougar and being attacked by another near his farm Oct. 9. In a news release issued Oct.

DNR walleye net catches increase on Mille Lacs

Aitkin, Minn. – While many anglers considered the fishing at Lake Mille Lacs this season to be poor, there are encouraging signs on the horizon. Annual near-shore fall netting turned up 9.8 walleyes per net

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