District 14 - East Metro area
Last updated: 2016-09-26
CO Vuthy Pril (ELCOP) checked waterfowl hunters over the opening weekend. Several hunters were seen out hunting and success was fair to good for some hunters. Small game and bow hunters were also worked during the week. CO Pril also responded to complaints and injured animal calls.
CO Scott Arntzen (Forest Lake) and COC reports working the waterfowl opener and found many hunters having success. Officers also continued to check small game hunters, archery deer hunters, anglers and handled TIP calls. Violations for the week included no license in possession, transporting loaded firearms, no federal duck stamp, enter WMA during closed hours, AIS violation, and also take nongame bird.
CO Tony Salzer (Ham Lake) patrolled Anoka County for hunting and ATV activity. CO Salzer patrolled Anoka County on the waterfowl opener and observed several violations. Enforcement action was taken.
CO Joe Kulhanek (Hastings) spent a busy waterfowl opener checking hunters in the area. Varying degrees of success were observed with hunters declining majorly on day two of the season. Enforcement action for the week included no PFD?s, no HIP certification, and trespassing.
White Bear Lake vacant
Metro Rec vacant