Used Cars Moorhead Mn – District 1 – Baudette area CO Ben Huener (Roseau) checks deer hunting activities. Violations for this week include finding wild animals with artificial light when possessing firearms, taking deer without permission, hunting by illegal parties, transporting loaded firearms, shooting from the road, transporting large animals, violations, taking animals taken illegally deer with bait assistance, failure to register deer, overlimit deer, take deer with invalid licenses, failure to validate deer licenses, and transport deer without tags.
CO Eric Benjamin (Warroad North) works large and small law enforcement. The fire deer season is over. Hunters in the area have mixed results with lower-than-expected numbers of deer harvested in the forest and about the average number taken on or near agricultural land.
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Ice continues to form on the lake and some anglers and spearers have begun to try their luck. Initial ice is never something that must be considered “safe” and must be approached very carefully. There are no valuable fish to risk your life! Enforcement of actions was taken due to failure to validate site tags, failure to tag site, failure to register deer, hunt bait, transport large games illegally taken, transport large games without licenses, invalid license use, illegal hunting parties, lend or borrow, DWI and shine after legitimate business hours when possessing firearms.
CO Jeremy Woinarowicz (Thief River Falls West) continues to monitor craft deer hunters in the area. Although ice has formed in the river area, extreme care must be taken if trying to angle through the ice. Enforcement actions for this week include shooting on big matches from highways, big-rocking animals without players and failure to register large-game animals.
CO Demosthenes Regas (Blackduck South) works as an ATV / ORV diver and deer hunting activity and checks ice anglers early throughout the week. Time was spent dealing with several calls of deer killed by cars, issuing ownership permits and attending training at St Paul. Regas worked in detail with CO Vollbrecht in the area of the latest complaints hunters shooting deer from the highway. Violations faced and dealt with throughout the week including transporting firearms loaded in motorized vehicles, taking deer without a license and allowing teens to violate fish and games.
CO Nicholas Prachar (Blackduck North) reports a relaxing end to the fire deer season. Success is spotty in all areas, but some hunters are lucky to be able to fill in the tags. Prachar worked with CO Vollbrecht and his COC together with Beltrami County and the first group of local respondents to the initial ice rescue in Upper Red. Be sure to check the condition of the ice before exploring the ice that seems safe. Everyone returned to the beach safely.
CO Hannah Mishler (Baudette East) reports the last week of a busy deer season. As time passed, despair struck many hunters and an increase in violations seemed to occur. Enforcement of actions is taken for several game violations, including shootings from the road, unauthorized entry, overlimit deer, deer without camels, illegal hunting, transport of large games illegally taken and gross abuse using artificial lights to find games. Assistance is also provided with two DWI violations. Safe and smart – deer do not deserve to endanger the safety of you or others.
Baudette West – empty.
Warroad South – empty.
Karlstad – empty.
Thief River Falls East – empty.
District 2 – Bemidji area
CO. Tom Hutchins (Crookston) reported working on cases related to deer hunting. Time is also spent checking deer hunters and hunting game activities.
CO. Team Gray (Bagley) checks paddle deer hunters, flying with DNR pilots looking for violations and answering questions about small games.
CO Brice Vollbrecht (Bemidji # 1) and COC Shane Zavodnik underwent a busy week with deer hunter activity. Even though cold weather starts on the third weekend of the deer season, hunters are still outside and give them the last chance to fill their tags before the season ends. One hunter was so desperate to get big money this year that he finally fired 8-pointers at a neighboring field. When the neighbor came out to check where the shot was coming from, the suspect was seen running across the neighboring field, returning to his house, and leaving the deer behind. When Vollbrecht and Zavodnik arrived at the scene, it was clear from the boot mold in the snow that he had run from the field directly to the back porch of his house. The suspect was interviewed and he quickly admitted firing an 8-pointer, stating that “The horns went into my head and I took a shot without thinking.” On Saturday night, CO also responded to the call of fishermen stranded on ice on the Upper Red Lake. Individuals are safely brought back to the coast by emergency responders. Houses of fish, augers, and other equipment found by CO in the airboat Enforcement. Ice fishing activities seem to have taken the last few days. Most anglers have moderate success. Warning that there is no safe ice and anglers must have several types of life jackets or devices that can be thrown with them. Stay safe!
CO. Chris Vinton (Perham) continues with the final stage in the field training process with COC Garrett Thomas. Some calls for the permission of deer killed by cars were taken and deer carcasses were dumped in trenches and parts thrown into recycled trash were handled illegally. Thomas caught a trumpeter goose who could not fly on the softball field at a local school. The goose was released in the river with another goose and seemed to work well. Ice in the lake area is formed and COs check several points. Ice ranges from 1 to 4 inches in the lake with ice.
CO Al Peterson (Osage) follows up on ongoing cases and handles garbage complaints, unwanted waste, illegal stands and bait.
Steve Chihak CO (Moorhead) spends a week working with small games, waterfowl, and deer hunting archery. Time is also spent on an open investigation of the fire deer season.
CO. Angie Warren (Mahnomen) spends time hunting and hunting small birds. Hunters report seeing some birds. The lake area is monitored for ice fishing activities. Communities are reminded to use extreme warnings because the thickness of ice can vary. Warren continued following up on open cases and investigating the calls of injured geese.
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