by Steve Carney Contributing writer August fishing has always been nothing great over the years as we head into some very warm temperatures. Over the last few years I have dedicated the month of August to hanging portable tree stands in preparation for the upcoming bow opener in a few weeks. Nothing can contribute to [...]
Bow hunting permits will be issued this fall by the Anoka County Parks Department to cull the deer herds in three county regional parks.
For Coon Rapids residents Todd Lindorff and his 14-year-old daughter Payton Lindorff, hunting has grown into a father-daughter bonding experience.
Hunters did not have to travel far during the last hunting season because Ramsey had opened up portions of the city to deer, turkey and waterfowl hunting. But there was a problem.
For anyone wishing to hunt deer in parts of Anoka during this fall’s archery season, now is the time to apply.
Waterfowl hunting along the shore of King’s Island will now be allowed.