Q. I have been trying to get an update on Minnesota Bill SF 2018, which would allow people over the age of 60 to use a crossbow during the archery season(s). Do you know if it passed, failed or where it is in the process?
DULUTH, Minn. -- Anglers were still ice-fishing on Fish Lake north of Duluth last week. Ten days ago, anglers were still driving trucks on frozen lakes near Deer River, said fishing guide Charlie Worrath.
DULUTH, Minn. -- The Duluth Retriever Club will hold its annual “Train the Trainer” classes weekly on Tuesday nights starting May 13. The class is designed to teach the owners of retrieving breeds how to train their dogs for hunting and retrieving. In addition, the club will offer a “Beyond T3” class at the same time each week for those who want to do more advanced training with their dogs.
West Fargo - In my early years with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, I was a district game warden. Prior to assuming responsibility for a district, new wardens learn different required skills from experienced wardens at stations around the state.
TWO HARBORS, Minn. — With thunder and rage and couch-sized chunks of ice, the Gooseberry River shook off the bulk of its winter mantle Friday afternoon — to the delight of awestruck visitors lining its sun-dappled banks at Gooseberry Falls State Park.
For me, spring officially arrived last weekend during our annual “pike party” on Devils Lake. As much of a social occasion as a fishing trip, the excursion involves getting together with a bunch of friends and setting tip-ups in a shallow area of Six-Mile Bay. Once that’s complete, we sit outside on snowmobiles and lawn chairs, shoot the breeze, grill some food and wait for the flags to fly that indicate a strike.
FINLEY, N.D. — The state Game and Fish Department is considering a limited antelope season in southwest North Dakota this year, but officials won’t make a decision until July population surveys are completed.
Getting to see a bear up close and personal in the wild is something few people have experienced.
But those who visit Fairfield native Clint Hlebechuk’s Hallo Bay Bear Camp will have the experience of a lifetime. Unfortunately, not everyone can travel to Alaska and experience the wilderness near Katmai National Park.
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