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Oh Deer on the Gunflint

We’ve been seeing a little buck around Voyageur at the end of the Gunflint Trail lately. We haven’t seen many deer in the past few years and many of us think that is a good thing. When the deer population

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Oh Deer

It’s getting closer. It is the Minnesota deer hunting opener. It isn’t until November but that is soon enough to start dragging out boxes of hunting gear. My rule is fishing stuff needs to be put away before hunting stuff

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No Venison this Year

I can’t say I am upset we won’t have venison to eat this winter, I don’t really like the taste of it. PLEASE don’t tell me when you cook it I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between deer

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No More Ice on Saganaga

Yesterday afternoon no ice could be found on Saganaga Lake. That is the great news we have been waiting for. Other great news at the end of the Gunflint trail? Tiny moose tracks alongside bigger moose tracks means there’s a

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Oh Deer

On a recent trip to Duluth, Minnesota on Highway 61 I saw tons of deer.  There were quite a few dead deer on the side of the road and plenty of ones that were alive. It’s been a long winter

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Lose an Antler?

I guess I had never heard the full explanation as to why deer and moose lose their antlers. In case you were wondering, here’s why. DNR QUESTION OF THE WEEK Q: It is not uncommon to find antlers lying on

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Is Your Cat Safe From Eagles?

I always laughed at the previous owner of Voyageur Canoe Outfitters who thought I should name my white cat Eagle Meat.  I thought there was a slight chance an eagle could attack my cat but after twenty years of living

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