A mix of outdoor-related news stories from across the country published in the July 14, 2023 edition of Minnesota Outdoor News.
Beyond Minnesota: Man pleads guilty to picking up Yellowstone bison calf that was rejected by herd, euthanized
A man from Hawaii pleaded guilty May 31 to a charge alleging he picked up a bison calf in Yellowstone National Park, causing the animal’s herd to reject it and leading park officials to kill
Moose mecca Maine looks to boost hunting permits – by 20 percent, to 2,500 – but time to apply winding down
AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine is about to close the door on application submissions to this year’s moose lottery. Actually, the state is closing the web browser, as it’s only taking online applications this year. The
Next hunting opportunity in the state is for black bear. Hunters can lay bait for bears starting July 29 and start hunting Aug. 28.
But Maine is still looking to cut down the number of moose hunting permits it offers this year. The state, which has the largest population of moose in the lower 48 states, is reducing the
Turkey hunters are allowed two bearded turkeys per year in most of the state. But in far northern Maine, hunters can take only one. And the state rotates legal hunting weeks based on hunters’ year
The worms are especially popular with American striped bass fishermen and in Europe. Study said bloodworms are the most valuable marine worm species on the retail bait market, and sandworms aren’t far behind.
Saviello says he’ll call for the Committee On Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry to vote against passage of the bill.
Instead of ending April 1, season runs to April 16 due to “unusually cold weather conditions.”