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HUNTING

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The action last Saturday was fair – no surprise, considering the weather – but it was good enough to keep things interesting.
Humans have eaten venison from CWD-infected deer before and did not get the disease, but at a recent Minnesota legislative hearing on this year’s environment and natural resources bill, a leader in the state’s effort to trace CWD said the key to preventing a possible animal-human jump is identifying and slowing the spread.
Enforcement action on Upper Red Lake included angling with no license in possession, multiple overlimits of walleyes and failure to display current registration on watercraft.
Sometimes hunters don’t shoot when they can, for many reasons, and that’s OK.

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As the weather got better later in the week, so did the sturgeon fishing on the Rainy River.
Duncan patrols the woods and waters around Duluth.
Do you have a fishing or hunting photo you’d like to share with Herald readers? Email it to Brad Dokken at bdokken@gfherald.com.
One of 54 deer shot by sharpshooters carried the disease.
Most sturgeon anglers checked on the Rainy River were using a minimum of 10 ounces of weight to stay on bottom.
Below are profiles of four Minnesota women who will chase gobblers this spring.

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A young hunter did the right thing when he called the local conservation officer after shooting at a Tom turkey and finding a hen had been hit.
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Deadline to enter 2022 Minnessota bear hunt lottery is May 6.
Nobles County puts fundraising efforts into land acquisitions.

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