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HUNTING

Standing corn is often talked about as a detriment to deer hunters, to the point where some won't even go into the woods until corn is harvested. Eric Morken of Northland Outdoors details examples of getting on high numbers of does to big bucks around standing corn, along with specifics on how to hunt corn as an archer.
The former DNR official will go to the Minnesota Board of Soil and Water Resources.
In related hunting news, the early Canada goose season opens Monday, Aug. 15, in all three zones.
The deadline to buy a license to enter the antlerless permit lottery is Sept. 8.

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The outdoor event focuses on shotgun sports, archery, waterfowl hunting and dog training.
But the wet, cold spring may reduce chick survival and hunter success.
Minnesota DNR wolf pan sets strategy for wolf management in the state.
The Wolf Forgiveness Bonus Program aims to reduce the number of wolves killed near livestock farms.
Sixth-annual event runs July 28-31 with archery and rock music.
Fishing has been hit or miss on Lake of the Woods with the mayfly hatch in full swing, along with high water.

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Fishing remains good on Lake of the Woods using a variety of techniques, and shallow water still seems to be the ticket on Upper Red Lake.
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In 2021, there were modest declines in license sales for both hunting and fishing after a pandemic-driven surge in 2020.
Because of the thousands of holes these critters dig, cows and other livestock can easily step in and break a leg.

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