STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS As duck numbers fall, hunters dwindle, too
Last fall's Minnesota duck season not only was dismal, but an increasing number of waterfowl hunters simply stashed their decoys and waders and quit, continuing a decades-long trend.
And officials are... Posted on 7/26/10 at 4:39 AM
Now, as the DNR’s wildlife section chief and at a time in Minnesota’s history when the deer population is neither particularly high nor low, Paul Telander answers questions about Minnesota’s deer population.
CO Ben Huener (Roseau) worked anglers on Lake of the Woods from the south shore to the Northwest Angle with COs Birchem, Znajda, Gorecki and Sherack. Violations encountered included angling with extra lines, angling with unattended lines, possession of marijuana, angling without a license in possession, and possession of unmeasurable walleyes.
Minnesota’s inaugural wolf season — the first regulated take in the state’s history — will begin Nov. 3, the Department of Natural Resources announced Thursday. The opener coincides with the state’s firearms deer season.
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