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Re: 2017 Bowhunter Observation Log
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From the email

We intend to use this log to help monitor trends in deer populations, so data for no deer observed are as important as the data you enter when you see deer.

Please note that our data collection period is: September 16 - November 3, 2017

Posted on: 9/15 18:25:56
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2017 Bowhunter Observation Log
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I got this email today from.

The Minnesota DNR and University of Minnesota are partnering on a project using archery deer hunters as sources of information on deer and other wildlife. You have been selected at random to participate in this survey. We selected you based on the fact that you bought an archery deer license from 2014 - 2016. This is the first year of a survey that we hope to do annually.

I think I will participate. The email goes on to say that there are trying to get 17,000 to participate


This electronic log is set up so you can record daily observations over the course of the early season. We ask that you enter your hunt data on the same day as your hunt or shortly thereafter. Alternatively, feel free to keep track of your hunts on the paper log and electronically enter your data later. Each time you enter a hunt, it will be recorded automatically. However, If you mail us a paper log, you will not be able to keep track of your weather information on the datasheet.

Anybody else get one of these or have comments on whether I should participate

Posted on: 9/14 19:55:51
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Re: Late Season Gobblers
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Cool picture. I still have a unused tag.

Posted on: 5/23 17:25:39
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Re: Trying out topwaters. Should I be worried about northern teeth?
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I wouldn't worry. Very seldom do fish take the whole lure plus the line in their mouth. Unless the lures are rare.

Good luck

Posted on: 5/23 17:22:37
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Re: Armstrong Trap Team Needs your Help!!
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Less than 200 more to reach the goal on 1000.

Posted on: 5/9 17:55:16
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Re: Open Water in MN?
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Diamond lake in Minneapolis was open when i drove by it today.

Posted on: 3/7 21:21:21
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Neoprene covers
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Is there a place to purchase a neoprene cover for my Humminbird 998 series fish graph?
I thought I have seen them on outdoor fishing shows but they seem to be impossible to find.

Should I just try to make my own,
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B018CW1W5E/ref=abs_brd_tag_dp?smid=A102X2SS46IRBK

Posted on: 2/7 20:16:24
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Re: Opener
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One of the lakes is Forest. I will keep the other to myself.

Posted on: 2/5 16:35:02
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Re: Mark Dayton to propose License increase
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Just read the MN Outdoor News and hunting and fishing isn't the only license increases proposed in Daytons budget. The man likes spending other peoples money.

Posted on: 1/30 21:01:29
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Re: Mark Dayton to propose License increase
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I bought a sportsman license when they were first introduced, so a license increase will only effect my deer hunting. The price of the deer hunting lifetime seems too expensive too buy one now, but actually if you do the math it makes sense to buy one now. 21 years at current price 19 years at proposed price. What are the chances they will not raise price again in the next 20 years? Pretty sure I have 20 more years of hunting in my future.

Would imagine the lifetime license has hurt the yearly revenues coming in?
These folks can spend money just as fast as they get it. Would imagine that they are not putting the lifetime proceeds in an savings account and taking the proceeds year after year.

Posted on: 1/29 12:44:41
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