NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND winter spearfishing class
BOW Program Offers Darkhouse Spearfishing Class
The North Dakota Game and Fish Departments Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program has scheduled a one-day darkhouse spearfishing classJan. 10at the Upper So... Posted on 12/2/14 at 7:50 AM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Duluth bow hunters on hot pace this fall
Bow hunters in Duluth's city deer hunt have taken a total of 210 deer so far this fall, well ahead of the pace of the past two years, said Brian Borkholder, who keeps statistics for the Duluth Bowhunt... Posted on 10/19/10 at 9:32 AM
Seth Kihlstadius had a passion for bowhunting, and anytime Tyler Brasel needed a partner in the woods or on the water, Kihlstadius was usually the first person he’d call.
Growing up in Two Harbors, Minn., on Lake Superior, the two were best friends.
“Nine times out of 10,” he’d go, Brasel, 29, of Waskish, Minn., recalled the other day. “Once we got our licenses, we’d skip class and fish steelhead on the Lester River.”
Brasel moved from Two Harbors to Waskish in 2003 after his junior year of high school to help his parents start Bear Paw Guides, a resort on Upper Red Lake, but he and Kihlstadius kept in touch.
UND is taking applications from bow hunters interested in one of five archery deer permits available again this fall on 160 acres of land the university owns along the Forest River northwest of Inkster, N.D.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department says it will have 1,305 any-deer bow licenses available to nonresidents in 2010.
The number of nonresident any-deer bow licenses is 15 percent of the previous year’s mule deer gun license allocation. Game and Fish issued 8,700 mule deer licenses in the 2009 deer gun lottery.
The department will begin issuing any-deer bow licenses March 1.
Through Nov. 2, bowhunters in Duluth’s city bowhunt had taken 328 deer, according to the Arrowhead Bowhunters Alliance. Of those, 311 were antlerless deer, and 17 were bucks. The hunt continues through Dec. 31.
A Minnesota bowhunter may have bagged a state record 32-point buck.
Twenty-nine-year-old Scott O’Konek of South Haven took the buck last week during the first of two special archery hunts at Camp Ripley.
The Griggs County community of Cooperstown is starting a bow hunting season to try to control a growing deer herd on its golf course.
It’s open to young people and adults as long as they have an archery deer license.
The weather over the last two months also has helped prepare me for fall hunting, because the varied and often chilly patterns that have blasted the upper Midwest have been less like May and June and more like September and October.
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