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Grand Marais Dockside Fish Market was featured in the Travel section of Sundays New York Times as one of four restaurants in the U.S. that celebrate their stamping grounds in ways that go beyond ingre... Posted on 5/21/13 at 12:00 AM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Sales of Minnesota fishing licenses down significantly
Not surprisingly, the sale of Minnesota fishing licenses is lagging far behind sales in recent years, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Minnesota's general fishing season ope... Posted on 5/14/13 at 4:54 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Higher fees, no early fishing opener in compromise
Minnesotas hunting and fishing license fees would increase and wolves could be hunted and trapped under a compromise that state House and Senate negotiators have worked out.
However, the much-discuss... Posted on 4/27/12 at 11:20 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Slime, Blood, Fur, Feathers
My alarm woke me up earlier than I was used to, but on this day I needed to wake up with the fishes to check out the local fish market. Live eels, snakes, frogs, fowl, and much more, the wet market--a... Posted on 3/24/12 at 9:04 AM
Authorities are bringing state charges against 21 individuals following a major investigation into the illegal sale and dumping of thousands of protected game fish in north-central and northwestern
A recent call to the Turn-In-Poachers (TIP) hotline led a Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) conservation officer to three anglers committing alleged over-limit fishing violations on the Rainy River along the Minnesota/Canada border. They face fines and restitution of $3,000.
Bighead carp are among several invasive Asian carp species that could cause serious damage to Minnesota’s native fish species and aquatic ecosystems.The bighead is not the “leaping” silver carp seen in nature videos, but it destroys habitat in a similar way by filter-feeding vast amounts of plankton and out-competing native fish.
This weekend, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is giving Minnesota families a chance to discover fishing – with as little hassle as possible. While the DNR is not handing out bait or fishing rods, what they are doing is waiving the fishing license requirement for any Minnesotan (16 or older) fishing with a child aged 15 or younger.
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