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Lowelasa obaj panowie i śledzić perypetie tego antropologiczny młodzi haaz throughout southeastern Minnesota. Very few anglers were contacted, and those who were checked did not have any fish. However, one trout angler defied all odds. The angler was found to be possession of a limit of trout while the field. The angler and Hill walked back to the 's vehicle and he pulled out another limit of fish from a bucket hidden his car. When asked why he kept fishing, the angler told Hill, Well, the fish the bucket were limit of fish, the fish pocket were wife's limit of fish, and I was working on catching 's limit of fish. Hill cited the angler and explained to him the correct meaning of party fishing. Other enforcement action for the week included driving on a closed road and taking fish without a license. CO Brittany Hauser spent the week patrolling for shore anglers and following up on multiple complaints. A ride-along was given to a local high school student and a law and ethics talk was given at the Goodhue firearms safety class. Assistance was also give to local agencies for various calls. Enforcement action was taken for public nuisance and operating at greater than no-wake speed. CO Mitch Boyum reports a poor trout opener. The weather made fishing extremely difficult and uncomfortable. The smaller creeks were fishable and anglers who found those streams seemed to catch a few trout. Violations encountered were no license possession, no trout stamp and overlimit of trout. Boyum also prepared for upcoming youth turkey hunt and answered questions about the turkey Rochester #1 vacant. Rochester #2 vacant. LaCrescent vacant. Planning is ongoing for this year's training activities, including ordering equipment and supplies and reserving training areas at Camp Ripley. No report available. WREO Joseph Stattelman spent the week working on old public waters and Wetland Conservation Act cases. Time was spent patrolling the Becker County area for fish run activity and handling miscellaneous wildlife calls. Stattelman attended lake service provider AIS training and started review and planning for the upcoming CO Academy. He followed up with local government units and field COs regarding ongoing cases and case status. He also checked fishermen. WREO spent time Brainerd collecting older WCA PW cases to be input into RMS system for tracking. handled administrative work on casework and worked with Ecological and Water Resources staff preparation for upcoming meeting regarding bloody red shrimp. WREO Robert Haberman worked on case file records and digital transformation. He also planned training and attended meetings. Ice fishing activity is still going and individuals are still driving on the lakes. WREO Leah Weyandt spent the week uploading old cases into the new electronic filing system. Time was spent updating and confirming current deed restrictions that are place. A TEP meeting was attended Isanti County where after-the-fact application was filled out for a wetland violation. WREO Belgard worked angling and ATV enforcement. Time was spent following up with ongoing wetland and waters cases. A few trout anglers managed to make it out on opening morning before the storm on Saturday. Success was limited. WREO Julie Siems worked a very blustery trout opener. Time was also spent working the Mississippi River and addressing a wake zone violation. Court was attended and traffic assistance was given at a motor vehicle crash. Please check the DNR website at for a current class listing of all DNR Enforcement Education Courses and instructor training sessions. If you missed a fall class and are over 18, check online for the online course information. Please check the DNR website for a current class listing of all DNR Enforcement Youth and Adult Snowmobile Safety Courses and instructor training sessions. Please direct questions to -8917 or 1-MINNDNR. Reminder: Anyone born after December 31 cannot purchase a license to hunt Minnesota without first taking a DNR Safety Training Course and receiving a certificate. In addition, states have even more stringent mandatory Education requirements. Check before you go! Reminder: Any resident born after December 31, who operates a snowmobile Minnesota must possess a snowmobile certificate. Two options are available to complete certification. Ages 11 and older can take the online course and hands-on day or attend the traditional youth course. Those 16 or older can take the online course. Reminder: Anyone born after July 1, who operates ATV on public lands and waters Minnesota must successfully complete the ATV Safety Training online course. People under age 16 must complete the ATV online course and riding component before riding on public lands. Please direct questions to -8917 or 1-MINNDNR. SCHEDULED INSTRUCTOR TRAINING SESSIONS If you are 18 or older and would like to become instructor for Snowmobile Safety, ATV Safety, Firearms Safety, Trail Ambassador or one of the Advanced programs, contact your local conservation officer or regional safety training officer. Instructor clinics