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Minnesota Anglers Who Need Licenses Advised To Buy Now

Anglers who still need fishing licenses for the holiday weekend are being advised to buy them by Thursday in case Minnesota state government shuts down over the ongoing budget impasse.

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Lake levels Up Thanks To Snowy Winter, Rainy Spring

A snow-filled winter and wet spring has left many central Minnesota lakes and streams higher than normal. Greg Kruse is a Supervisor for the DNR's Division of Water. Central Minnesota lakes and rivers are up this year thanks to wetter than normal conditions over the last several months.

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Minnesota State Parks Offer Free Admission Saturday

Minnesota's state parks are offering free admission on Saturday to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. The Department of Natural Resources will waive the requirement for vehicle permits at all 74 state parks and recreation areas for the day.

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Minnesota DNR To Rerun Lottery For Bear-Hunting Permits

Hunters who think they've already received a Minnesota bear-hunting permit for this year will have to wait a little longer for confirmation.

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Stearns County To Offer Youth ATV Class

The Stearns County Sheriff's Department is holding a youth ATV class Sunday. But, before you register your son or daughter, they must have completed the Youth ATV Safety Training CD. You can get a copy of that CD at the Stearns County Sheriff's Department main lobby.

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Minnesota Fishing Licenses Down 30 Percent From 2010

Sales of Minnesota fishing licenses before this year's opener were down nearly 30 percent compared with the same time last year. The Department of Natural Resources says license sales are the lowest they've been in 12 years.

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Minnesota DNR Asks Anglers How Many Catfish They Catch

To boost fish management efforts across the state, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is asking anglers to fill out surveys about the amount of catfish they're catching and eating.

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Minnesota Urgers Boaters To ‘Pull Plug’ On Invasives

With the fishing season opener coming up Saturday, Minnesota is urging boaters to 'pull the plug' on aquatic invasive species. Natural Resources Commissioner Tom Landwehr says boaters and anglers need take personal responsibility to prevent the further spread of aquatic invasives such as zebra mussels, Eurasian watermilfoil and spiny waterfleas.

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DNR Reminding Anglers To Be Prepared On Fishing Opener

As you prepare to head out for Minnesota's fishing opener this weekend, the D-N-R is reminding you to pack your life jackets, first-aid kit and sunscreen. But, the D-N-R says there is just as much to remember when you are ready to leave the lake.

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Remnants Of Ice Fishing Wash Ashore On Lake Mille Lacs

What's left of the ice fishing season has washed ashore and littered the banks of one of Minnesota's premier lakes. Wood blocks left behind after ice shanties are hauled away, empty beer cans and bottles litter a 4-mile stretch along the northeastern shore on Lake Mille Lacs, Minnesota's second-largest inland lake north of the Twin Cities.

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