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DNR to auction confiscated hunting and fishing equipment

The state agency has collected hundreds of items from people committing serious game violations. The sale includes guns, bows, fishing rods and reels, spears, tree stands and ice augers. It will be held in Zimmerman on Saturday, April 28.
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The state agency has collected hundreds of items from people committing serious game violations. The sale includes guns, bows, fishing rods and reels, spears, tree stands and ice augers. It will be held in Zimmerman on Saturday, April 28.

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