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Northland Outdoors

Nets pulled this fall show that an eight-year-long effort to restore lake sturgeon to the waters of Big Stone Lake and Upper Minnesota River watershed is producing results.
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Carpenter Thomas Spence's side job is capturing the essence of the wild along the North Shore of Lake Superior and the Superior National Forest.
For many who fish through holes in the ice, there’s an anticipation for that first ice fishing excursion that surpasses – dare I say – the attraction of getting in a boat for the first time after a long winter.
The annual event at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center is the unofficial kickoff to ice fishing season.

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The DNR conducts the fall population survey over 17 days, beginning the Tuesday after Labor Day, setting 64 nets at sites across the Minnesota side of the lake from the south shore to the Northwest Angle.
Many of the most popular walleye fishing ice destinations are on hold until we have a significant cold snap that will make ice safer. Lake of the Woods, Winni, Leech, Mille Lacs, Gull, and Otter Tail lakes are out, as of now, for being early ice destinations. But Red Lake resorts have announced walk-out ice fishing starting Friday, the day after Thanksgiving.
Get out and explore the day after Thanksgiving.
Mild temperatures across the region
The weather has turned a lot of focus onto the ice conditions on Upper Red Lake. The ice is not safe yet and caution should be taken prior to venturing onto any ice.
The DNR is taking public comments until Dec. 9. The new rules will likely take effect sometime in the spring.

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The business brains who grew Field Logic and Ravin archery equipment hope to hit home run with Trika fishing rods.
The moose tag came in May and the antelope in August. I had been applying my whole life and now faced the pressure of filling both of them, with a corn harvest at the same time.
Hank Kohler, who was the keynote speaker last March at the International Water Institute’s River Watch Forum at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, definitely has a gift for gab and a knack for telling a story.

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