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WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

Rivers (but not the St. Louis) may be better options for early fishing.
An unclaimed island off Munger Landing will be owned by the state of Wisconsin to facilitate cleanup in the St. Louis Bay.
Minnesota is watching as hunters and the harvest increase, even as other states see fewer turkeys.
Members of the public can weigh during hearings or through an online survey.

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Duluth's Congdon bear spent the winter under a front yard, but up and left in March.
Establishing ownership of an unclaimed island is necessary for remediation work to proceed.
The depredation of the Pomeranian took place near Steele Lake in the town of Hawthorne.
Snow and ice melting fast, but could stlll prove a barrier to some fishing spots.
Now's the time to get involved to set details like doe permits and special seasons.
The statewide walleye management plan is up for revision.

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Residents have until the end of the day March 11 to submit resolutions for consideration.
The wolf license application fee of $10 will be returned in the mail.
Members of the committee approved a two-part motion to begin a beach nourishment project and develop a long-term plan to stabilize an area of Wisconsin Point that has been eroding and is close to the old landfill. The measure requires city council approval before any work begins.

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