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Turkey hunting for two: 38 weeks into her pregnancy, Becky Magdzas went looking for a gobbler
LAKE NEBAGAMON, Wis. -- If you checked Becky Magdzas' to-do list for the past week or so, you might have found the following items: 1. Shoot a wild turkey 2. Have a baby by cesarean section
Monday, May, 04, 2015 - Forum News Service - None

Wardens land another fish bust on Devils Lake
Anglers found with 100 walleyes over their limit DEVILS LAKE, N.D. -- Five Wisconsin anglers face fines and court costs of as much as $1,725 each after being found with 100 walleyes over their limit on Devils Lake.
Monday, July, 07, 2014 - Forum News Service - None

Minnesota, Ontario complete first phase of sturgeon study
BAUDETTE, Minn. -- Minnesota and Ontario fisheries crews tagged more than 1,300 sturgeon 40 inches or longer this spring to wrap up the first part of a major population study of the species on Lake of the Woods and Rainy River.
Sunday, June, 15, 2014 - Forum News Service - None

South Dakota habitat group drafting recommendations to revive state
Tim Kessler readily admits South Dakota's pheasant hunting is at a critical point in state history. "We're getting close to a tipping point in habitat going too far the wrong direction, and if we get too severe of a loss, our pheasant numbers will be too far down to rebuild," said Kessler, a member of Pheasants Forever's National Board of Directors. "We've lost 1.5 million acres of grassland in South Dakota since our height in the mid-2000s because of conversion to cropland. If we continue to have that kind of loss in grass, it will make it extremely hard to have the pheasants to come back.
Saturday, August, 16, 2014 - Northland Outdoors - None

Walleye harvest approaches quotas on Red Lake: Two-fish limit likely in Minnesota waters for May 9 opener
Anglers on Upper Red Lake likely will face continued conservative regulations this spring as fisheries managers look to rein in a walleye harvest that is beginning to creep past target levels on Minnesota's 48,000-acre portion of the lake.
Monday, March, 30, 2015 - Forum News Service - None

Veterans office gets help, space
Clay commissioners OK staff boost, move to larger quarters
The Clay County Veterans Service Office is getting more help and more space.
Tuesday, October, 21, 2014 - INFORUM - News

Gail Bernice (Larson) Buerkley
Park Rapids, Minn. Died Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009, at age 86 in Heritage Living Center, Park Rapids.
Monday, November, 24, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

Nor-Son receives two Eagle Awards
Nor-Son, Inc., with offices in Baxter, Minn., and Fargo, has received two Eagle Awards of Excellence from the Minnesota Associated Builders and Contractors in recognition of outstanding achievement and quality workmanship.
Wednesday, February, 11, 2015 - The Forum - Business

Waterfowl notebook: Survey tallies gain in N.D. spring duck numbers
BISMARCK -- Spring duck numbers in North Dakota were up 23 percent from last year and 110 percent higher than the long-term average from 1948 to 1913, the Game and Fish Department said this week.
Monday, July, 07, 2014 - Forum News Service - None

Lynn Kautz
Lynn Kautz, 52, of Fargo, ND, died at her home on Wednesday, February, 25, 2009.
Tuesday, January, 13, 2015 - INFORUM - Obits

South Dakota offering new flower mix for statewide food plot program
Mix supports pheasant population due to insect growth PIERRE, S.D. -- The South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks is hoping to add some flower power across the state.
Sunday, March, 01, 2015 - Forum News Service - None

South Dakota offering new flower mix for statewide food plot program Mix supports pheasant population due to insect growth
PIERRE, S.D. -- The South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks is hoping to add some flower power across the state. Brian Pauly -- a GF&P private lands habitat biologist -- said his department is promoting a new seed mix this year for a program that promotes planting food plots for wildlife. The new mix is a nine-species blend of flowering cover crops that, according to Pauly, will provide brooding habitat for insects.
Saturday, February, 28, 2015 - Northland Outdoors - None

Mistakes lead to reprint of South Dakota hunting handbook: 250,000 copies cost about $32,500 to print, contained incorrect information
MITCHELL, S.D. -- The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department will pay to reprint 250,000 copies of this year's hunting handbook because of mistakes in its annual publication.
Monday, September, 08, 2014 - Forum News Service - None

Ten things for spring
After teasing us with 70-degree weather in mid-March, spring has been an elusive season, of late. Despite the setbacks, it will get here eventually. When those anticipated nice days finally arrive, it's important to make the most of them. The best way to do that is to have a plan for getting outside and enjoying the weather.
Monday, March, 30, 2015 - Forum News Service - None

Finding funding for pheasant habitat: As annual statewide pheasant season opens, the question of funding habitat improvement will be a highly discussed topic
MITCHELL, S.D. -- Paul Coughlin talks about the landscape in South Dakota as if it were a radiant, elaborate painting.
Sunday, October, 19, 2014 - Forum News Service - None

N.D. deer hunting success rises slightly in 2014
Decline in gun tags contributes to 60 percent success rate, up from 55 percent in 2013. North Dakota deer hunters shot about 26,300 deer for a success rate of 60 percent during the 2014 deer gun hunting season, the state Game and Fish Department announced this week.
Sunday, March, 22, 2015 - Forum News Service - None

Eagle banded in Wisconsin sets longevity record
DULUTH, Minn. -- How long can a bald eagle live in the wild? Well, at least one has lived more than 33 years. David Evans, a longtime raptor bander and former lead bander at Duluth's Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory, learned recently that an eagle he banded as a chick in 1981 near Minong in northwest Wisconsin, was officially the longest-living banded eagle in the United States. It lived 33 years, 5 months, surpassing the former eagle longevity record of 32 years, 10 months, according to the Bird Banding Laboratory at the U.S. Geological Survey's Patuxent Wildlife Research Center in Laurel, Md.
Sunday, April, 26, 2015 - Northland Outdoors - None

Outdoors Report - Jan. 30, 2015
Lake of the Woods In the Pine Island area, the best reports are coming from anglers venturing out 15 miles or farther, and anglers are catching a mix of walleyes and saugers, Lake of the Woods tourism reported. Anglers fishing structure near Knight, Bridges and Garden island also are doing well. Meanwhile, "decent" fishing is being reported from the Morris Point area to Zippel Bay in 20 feet to 28 feet of water during the day and 15 to 18 feet mornings and evenings. Reefs and mud bottom areas adjacent to structure have been producing fish near Long Point and Rocky Point.
Saturday, January, 31, 2015 - Northland Outdoors - None

Going to bat for bats who face disease crisis
The spooky myths and unsettling appearance of bats make them a perfect creature to vilify this time of the year. The scariest thing about bats right now, however, is the rate at which they are dying from a disease caused by a mysterious fungus, called white-nose syndrome, particularly in the northeastern United States.
Saturday, November, 01, 2014 - Northland Outdoors - None

National Archery in the Schools Program takes flight at EGF Sacred Heart.
EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. -- Hitting the bulls-eye is always a good thing when shooting archery, but it wasn't the main focus for the eager fourth- and fifth-graders lined up to hone their skills on a recent cold Sunday afternoon in a gym at East Grand Forks Sacred Heart School. This session was more about form and safety -- to start with, at least -- and the three boys and two girls hung on every word from instructor Wayne Pietruszewski. The bulls-eyes would come later. "Who remembers the right way to shoot a bow?" Pietruszewski quizzed the students, who responded with the archery equivalent of lip-synching, drawing back pieces of string with one arm while keeping the other arm straight to mimic the act of shooting a bow. Proper form, Pietruszewski explained, will result in straighter-flying arrows. "That's going to come with practice," he said. "The more we shoot, the better we'll get."
Saturday, January, 24, 2015 - Northland Outdoors - None

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