STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Wisconsin northern muskie zone opens Saturday
Wisconsin's northern zone muskie season opens Saturday, and, despite a late start, the fish are likely to be done spawning in most waters and ready to feed, state fisheries experts say.
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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
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
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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
Dark houses, fish houses and shelters must be off the ice of inland waters no later than midnight on Friday, Feb. 29, in the southern two-thirds of the state and midnight on Saturday, March 15, in the northern third, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is encouraging people to take time this weekend to introduce a few kids – and maybe even an adult or two – to ice fishing, one of our state’s most popular winter outdoor activities.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is warning winter outdoor enthusiasts to stay off any ice less than four inches thick – which is pretty rare in much of Minnesota as early as Nov. 27.
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