STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN DNR reports 6 percent drop in deer harvest
The preliminary numbers are in, and Minnesota hunters have killed 6 percent fewer deer through the second weekend of this years firearms deer season than during the same time last year, the Department... Posted on 11/20/13 at 10:47 AM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND deer harvest
Heres a quick look over the shoulder of past deer harvest estimates in North Dakota
2011 57... Posted on 11/14/13 at 5:42 AM
COURAGE IN THE KITCHEN Dave’s Venison Steak Simmered in Relish
It was a beautiful day on Chequamegon Bay, but my mother was seasick. I had arranged a half-day fishing charter with Captain Dave Sorenson from Ashland, Wisconsin. Dave Sorenson docked his boat acro... Posted on 10/28/13 at 12:03 PM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY In rut
During our evening drive, one square mile, just before sunset, we have observed different deer behavior. Some groups seem to be always together, their herd is established and their numbers do not chan... Posted on 9/17/13 at 7:47 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio program, Welcome to Tickmandu... Posted on 6/7/13 at 4:45 AM
A half hour north of Duluth, hunters are getting in some target practice at the United Northland Sportsmen's Club. That's where Duluth resident Steve Allison is preparing for the annual retreat to his deer shack north of Cromwell.
HALLOCK, Minn. — From his backyard deck, Loren Younggren enjoys watching deer meander through his yard on the north edge of town. However, that enjoyment ends where his flowers and saplings begin.Other residents felt the same way, prompting the town of 900 residents to establish its own bow hunting season.
State Farm's annual ranking of deer-vehicle collisions shows that the likelihood of vehicle-deer collisions in North Dakota is down by nearly 25 percent from last year. That is the largest drop among 41 states where deer crashes are most likely.
No immediate changes are on the horizon, but an increase in bow hunting participation and success could someday factor into deer management in North Dakota if the trend continues, a Game and Fish Department official says.
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