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  The planned June opening of the nearly complete Columbia County Public Target Range is now likely to be delayed due to flood damage at the site. Recent heavy rains caused damage to shooting areas and newly constructed berms. The state Department...
  The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources captured two bighead carp May 11. The capture took place during a search on the St. Croix River to recapture a tagged bighead carp they have been tracking as part of an invasive carp...
The South Fork Angler Incentive Program continues on the South Fork of the Snake River. Fish and Game biologist Brett High was recently on the river capturing fish and putting coded wire tags in the snouts of rainbow trout and rainbow/cutthroat hybrids. The 777...
People Across The Country will be Observing Lent Soon. Lent is a religious tradition observed during the 40 days before Easter, it’s time to rethink the standard family meal menu. This nearly eight-week period typically calls for a special diet. Specifically,...
Ice fishing has a passionate following across Iowa. Get a group of friends and/or family together, bundle up and go ice fishing this winter. Check the weekly DNR fishing report (www.iowadnr.gov/Fishing/Fishing-Reports) for ice conditions across the state before going out. Smaller bodies...
The year 2017 saw an increase in the number of Minnesotans getting outdoors and enjoying the state’s abundant natural resources, according to the MN DNR. The DNR opened two new state campgrounds, added new resources to combat aquatic invasive species,...
We love deer and elk steaks, but you can only get so many off one animal. That means lots of wild game meat is ground into burger, but there are other options that make tasty meals and snacks. Trim, Then Trim Some...
Pheasant hunters still have time to harvest roosters this December.  “We had a late corn harvest which affected the early pheasant season but things are shaping up nicely for late-season hunting,” said Nicole Davros, farmland wildlife research supervisor for the...
A routine shopping trip quickly turned bizarre Sunday when a young deer walked into the Aldi along Constitution Boulevard and started interacting with customers. A routine shopping trip quickly turned bizarre Sunday when a young deer walked into the Aldi...
With Daytime Winter Temperatures Still Hovering Above Freezing, the Minnesota DNR is Reminding Outdoor Enthusiasts to Stay Clear of Early Ice With the most recent warm tempatures across most of the northern regions of North Star State the Department of...
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