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I had Steve put a standing seam galvanized metal roof on my cabin in 2004..I think. It still looks great. Will outlive me most likely.
He lives in Duluth but was more than willing to come up to V to put the roof on. Its been a while but worth a try.
I have not hunted it in about 5 years but there were plenty of people running outboards, you have to be logical and not try and run where you can't. I wouldn't do it in the dark the first time. The majority of places I hunted on swan and had good luck were via canoe where I would paddle then drag it across a bog then paddle more. There are places where no motor outboard, longtail or surface drive can't get to, find these places there will be birds but it takes a lot of work
Except that basically no one targets Tullibees to any extent. The issue with walleye is that they are targeted at a level that the fish cannot tolerate no matter the weather or global climate change. The natives taking their share has increased the pressure, and the various invasive species have made them less able to withstand the pressure, especially considering the political and economic issues.
If the tribal quota was zero as it was for many years, it would be politically easier to maintain harvest by anglers at a sustainable level.
Went out Saturday morning. Couldn't get to my stands due to the monsoon season we are having, so I grabbed a chair and sat on the ground in some willows. Had a doe with a fawn come out shortly after shooting time. Then a small 1 year old buck. Then a bachelor group of 3 small 1 year old bucks. All the deer at one point were within 20 yards of me while sitting on the ground. Didn't kill anything but it was a good time.
9th annual event to take place at Austin Holiday Inn
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz invites all Minnesotans to join him on Friday, Oct. 11 for the 9th Annual Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener Community Banquet in Austin.
Celebrating the pheasant opener is a long-standing Minnesota tradition, and one that Walz is proudly carrying on in his first pheasant opener as governor.
“I’m excited and proud to open the pheasant season in Austin,” Walz said. “I’m grateful for the hard work and hospitality shown by our hosts in Austin, and I invite everyone to join us for this special Minnesota fall tradition.”
Tickets to the banquet are $35 each and can be purchased at Discover Austin, or by calling 507-437-4563. The banquet will feature a social hour, dinner, and program which will include Walz, Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Sarah Strommen, Explore Minnesota Director John Edman, and local presenters. Tickets are available until sold out.
The banquet is part of a weekend of festivities in Austin that will showcase the many hunting, recreational, and travel opportunities the area has to offer visitors. Austin has a population of 24,563 and is located at the junction of Interstate 90 and U.S. Highway 218 just north of the Minnesota-Iowa state line in Mower County. Explore Minnesota and the DNR are assisting Discover Austin in planning the event.
WHAT: Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener Community Banquet
WHERE: Austin Holiday Inn, 1701 4th St. NW, Austin, MN 55912
WHEN: Friday, Oct. 11, — 5 p.m. social hour; 6 p.m. community banquet
TICKETS: $35 per person
In person: Discover Austin (301 North Main St., Suite 101, Austin, MN 55912)
By phone: 507-437-4563
More information and updates on the Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener can be found at exploreminnesota.com/mngpho.
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