Increase in pheasant hunting expected in Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS (MCT) — When Minnesota pheasant hunters begin the 2012 season on Saturday, they will see one of the most unusual openers in history.
Pushed by an early spring and drought, harvest of virtually all the state’s crops likely will be completed, leaving ringnecks more vulnerable to hunters and their dogs. And with the pheasant population up 68 percent from last year, that could mean excellent early-season hunting.
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