STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Wisconsin wolf population drops slightly
After Wisconsins inaugural season of wolf hunting and trapping last fall, the states wolf population has declined only slightly.
The 2013 Wisconsin wolf count indicates there are a minimum of 809 to ... Posted on 5/6/13 at 2:52 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Higher fees, no early fishing opener in compromise
Minnesotas hunting and fishing license fees would increase and wolves could be hunted and trapped under a compromise that state House and Senate negotiators have worked out.
However, the much-discuss... Posted on 4/27/12 at 11:20 AM
WEBSTER, WIS. — Le Ann Christensen nudged the power lever on her husband’s wheelchair and guided him out the front door. She laid his camouflage blanket across his lap. She sprayed him down with a scent-masking compound.
Minnesotans who want to learn more about hunting, fishing or improving their lands for wildlife can get information from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources this weekend at Pheasants Forever's National Pheasant Fest in St. Paul.
ST. PAUL – Solo the one-eared bear received a Christmas present of life.
“We are going to give the black bear a reprieve, a pardon,” Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty announced on his weekly Friday radio show.
Andy Tembrock squeezed off a shot from his .30-30 rifle and checked the target through his scope. He liked what he saw.
“I’ll hit him,” said Tembrock, referring to the deer he hopes to see when Minnesota’s firearms deer season opens Saturday.
Sam Cook, Duluth News Tribune
, November 02, 2007
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