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Several factors at play in teal hunt decision

9:10 AM, Jun. 3, 2014
A blue-winged teal.
A blue-winged teal.
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Within the next few weeks, duck hunters will learn if the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) will allow Minnesota and three other states (Wisconsin, Michigan and Iowa) to hold an early September teal hunting season.

While there's a good chance it will be allowed, Steve Cordts - waterfowl specialist with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources - said the state will pass on the option, at least during the first year.

"Everyone is assuming it's going to be approved, I think it's a done deal," Cordts said. "But we haven't had an early teal season in 50 years, so waiting one more year is ...

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