A phone call from a family that lost a loved one brought trails back into focus last week.The family wanted to know i
You can stop building that ark now, it appears the rains have subsided for a while and now we can finally go out in t
The unending continuation of the seasons is an absorbing mystery.
Imagine coming to northern Minnesota with your family pet and going home without it.
So you’ve got your Rapala trailing behind your boat, hoping to hook another walleye to fill out the stringer.
It is sometimes amazing the stuff people pick up. Like names of things.
Tauno Maki brought in a copy of a clipping from the Ely Fish Facts, a summer publication of the old Ely Miner newspap
You kind of just knew it was a matter of time before the fishing turned around and anglers started swamping registrat
Basswood Lake is still the home of the state record northern pike and this week’s entries show the lake is still prod
Peak time. Memorial Day weekend is usually one of the red hot fishing periods every summer.
Even though the weather for the second weekend of the 2005 fishing season wasn’t perfect, Megan and I decided to try
Governor Tim Pawlenty’s 2005 Minnesota Fishing Opener on Lake Vermilion, May 14, was the greatest ever held.
I knew I wasn’t the only one. There were many unnamed anglers who sat out the 2005 Minnesota fishing opener.
The 2005 fishing opener was typical by Minnesota standards: cold, windy, rain and some snow and sleet thrown in for g
It is probably too early in the season for invertebrates.
As many of us head out onto the water to try our luck at bringing home a walleye dinner, many of us will be joined by