SJR | Week 564: Fishing Tournaments, Boater Safety, Elk and Waterfowl Regs


On this week’s show, Bret Amundson and Dan Amundson talk fishing tournaments, boater safety and a new waterfowl regulation that affects non-resident hunters. The guys talk about some recent drownings in Minnesota, their recent fishing adventures and more. Changes to elk licenses in Minnesota are also discussed. Joe Henry joins the show and gives us a handy tip on reading navigational buoys and of course gives us a Lake of the Woods fishing report. Jamie Dietman wraps things up to tell us about the Camp Confidence Fishing Classic and his experience with non-resident hunting licenses. 

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Kansas is working on some new waterfowl regulations that directly affects non-resident hunters. State-owned public land may only be open to non residents during three days of the week. Bret and Dan break down the pros and cons of rules like these.

The guys also talk about some recent drownings in the Boundary Waters and Lake Superior and how important water safety is during this holiday weekend. Elk licenses in Minnesota are also discussed.

Joe Henry is back and has an interesting tip for reading navigational buoys and keeping your boat in the right areas. He also talks about how fishing has been at Lake of the Woods, and shares a new color for you to try on your spinner blades up there right now.

Jamie Dietman finishes out the show telling us about his 1st place finish at the Camp Confidence Fishing Classic. Jamie tells us why this is one of his favorite fishing tournaments, what he did to put together a winning bag and more. He also talks about the changes he’s experienced as a non-resident elk hunter in Montana.

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