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November 2019

Time to Vote for Club Officers

This year’s ballot includes voting for all 5 club officer positions. All who receive newsletters electronically will receive ballots by email this year in early December (the voting deadline will be January 27th). Those receiving paper newsletters by mail will receive a ballot included with the newsletter that must be mailed or reach our club’s…

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Where are They Now?

As Brule River Sportsmen’s Club board members, we sometime wonder how our past scholarship recipients are doing, especially considering the highly competitive natural resources job market. In 2014, we added a page to our website under the “Club Scholarship” tab called “Where Are They Now” to report on the lives and careers of past recipients…

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Lost and Found Items

Lost item No items reported. Found item A spinning rod and reel. Found on the road leading to the mouth of the Brule on Wednesday morning September 18th. The finder believes it was owned by a man who was fishing at the mouth when he arrived. He believes the angler is a retired veterinarian. If…

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South Shore Railroad Grade Update

August 1, 2019 Update Ownership issue being resolved – The Canadian National Railroad has taken ownership responsibility for the grade. Brule River Preservation Inc. (to learn more about Brule River Preservation, click on Brule Preservation) has been doing a great deal of the work during this last month and is working with their lawyers to help…

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Extended Trout Season Closes

The Brule River is a Lake Superior tributary that has an extended trout season.  Downstream of Highway 2, the trout season remains open after the close of the regular inland trout season.  The extended season closes on November 15th.  Click on Trout Regulations for details.

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