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Why Do They Tag Fish ?

Most hunters are aware of bird bands. Those most familiar are the metallic leg bands on ducks and geese. To a lesser extent, the same is true for fish, except that fish captured for research projects typically have some type of tag attached instead of a band. The tags carry the same...

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What Is It Like to Fish Salmon At 150 Feet ?

Something about dropping the anchor in one hundred and fifty feet is exciting. It definitely takes a while. You don’t do it the second time without leather gloves. And i do it, because of all those possibilities...

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Are Dandelions Flowers or Weeds ?

It’s difficult for me to pick on flowers or weeds. It’s just how you chose to see them. I get itchy around poison ivy so I’m no better to be sure. So to avoid the complaining on there part, I moved my part away from urban. I'm not anti social, I’m just pro dandelion...

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How To Smoke Fish

There are a few ways I like to shut my brain off. One of my favorites is smoking fish. I run into a fair amount of herring and whitefish and it takes to smoke, like I take to cigars...

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How does the late ice-out on Minnesota's lakes impact boating safety

How does the late ice-out on Minnesota's lakes impact boating safety during this year's fishing opener?

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What sort of volunteer opportunities does the DNR have to offer?

National Volunteer Week is April 27-May 3. Each year thousands of people volunteer their time to help the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR), and other organizations, with a variety of projects. What sort of volunteer opportunities does the DNR have to offer?

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What is the Best Trolling Speed for Lake Trout ?

I received this e-mail recently and thought it was a good question that more anglers would be interested in...

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What should people do if they find what appears to be an abandoned wildlife baby?

Spring is the time when wildlife babies are born. What should people do if they find what appears to be an abandoned wildlife baby, or see a baby bird that fell out of its nest?

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Fish Have a Sixth Sense - What is it?

Humans and fish are similar in that they rely on the senses of taste, smell, sight, hear and touch to live and cope with their surroundings. However, fish also have a sixth sense. What is it?

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What Should You Do When you Find a Bat in Your Home?

Some homeowners have found a bat, or a number of bats, while remodeling rooms or making other home improvements this winter. What should they do with the little winged creatures?

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Is Winter a Good Time to Prune Trees ?

Pruning while trees are dormant can help reduce the spread of oak wilt...

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How to Raise Pheasants - The Rearing Pen

I built it in one week. Setting up a rearing pen for pheasants took five years. Over those five summers I improved it. The chicken wire walls are steel post reinforced. Wire has been buried below grade 12 inches to keep predators out. I have over head...

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What is the condition of Minnesota's loon population?

In light of recent news about dead loons being found around some of the Great Lakes, what is the condition of Minnesota's loon population?

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How Safe is the Ice

What sort of precautions should people take when venturing out onto the frozen lakes and rivers to fish or do other forms of recreation?

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Where does the balsam fir boughs used to make holiday wreaths and garland come from?

The specialty forest products industry uses many of the natural resources found in Minnesota's forests, such as pinecones, mosses and birch twigs, to make everything from decorative items to medicinal and herbal products...

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