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Tips and Tidbits:
- Minnesota’s Stream Trout season opens on April 13. You can fish trout with either a fly-rod or light spinning tackle. Many streams have specific regulations and you’ll need to purchase a trout stamp. Enjoy the spring on the streams of southeast Minnesota or take some time in while you’re turkey hunting to try to catch a trout dinner.
- Turkey season will soon be in full swing. Extra licenses not given out in the spring lottery will be available on a first request basis. Often there are licenses that are never purchased for some of the later seasons. Then attend one of the Turkey clinics being offered by the DNR now. Look on the DNR website at DNR.gov for more information.
- The white geese will soon be heading north to their breeding grounds in the Arctic. There are few things more exciting than having thousands of geese circling over your head and decoys. Generous limits and lots of fun while trying to decoy them in to you. Watch the waterfowl reports, look in Outdoor news for updates and when you decide on an area to hunt get there in time to scout for an evening before you finalize your hunt plan. The birds are wary but a ton of fun!
- If you have not purchased your tackle for the upcoming fishing season and cleaned out your tackle box from last year, now is the time to start preparing for the upcoming angling season. There are lots of sport shows and seminars to learn new tips or to renew you memory banks on what works. It’s a good time to make sure you have a current license also.