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Scott M

Early Goose Hunting in Inver Grove Heights

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I read in some DNR emergency orders that early goose hunting is allowed over water within the IGH city limits...any truth to this or did anyone hunt there? I remember reading about a bunch of commotion over bow hunting deer down there, it got nasty in some of the city council meetings.

Early goose hunting within a city sounds too good to be true.

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I think it ended.

REPEALER. The expedited emergency amendment to Minnesota Rules,

6240.1200, subpart 1, published in the State Register, volume

31, August 21, 2006, is repealed.

EFFECTIVE PERIOD. The expedited emergency amendment to Minnesota

Rules, part 6240.1200, expires January 1, 2007. After the

emergency amendment expires, the permanent rule as it read prior

to that amendment again takes effect, except as it may be amended

by permanent rule.

From here....... http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/aboutdnr/laws_treaties/emergency_rules/2006-08_early_goose_emerg.pdf

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so, in english, no hunting?

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I dont think so. Havent heard any shots from spring lake.

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