With the sun finally appearing this past week, anglers are hoping water temps will rise and give fishing activity a j
Let us face it, canoe trips can be hard work!
Fishing action in the Ely area picked up last week with windy weather and cooler days.
An adult bald eagle was perched on a snag, watching us paddle into the wind, perhaps waiting to see if we would leave
Water temps below 50 degrees on many area lakes kept the walleye sluggish but made for some great northern pike fishi
The opener. The most high pressure day of fishing most people will have all year.
The 2004 Minnesota fishing season is finally upon us. The wait is over, it’s time to go fishing.
If you’ve been lucky enough to put some fish on the stringer, you know your work is not done.
Fishing opener is already upon us and we should have a great opener, weather permitting. So where you gonna go?
Whenever a guy wants to tell you a fish story, you know you’re in for it.
A photo we ran last week of a moose that had much of its fur rubbed off sparked the interest of Travis Raida.
Okay, it appears the eagle mystery is solved.
When the snow melts on the trails, lakes and rivers, winter may be waning but there is still a way to extend the snow
The bald eagle is our country’s national bird and especially as of late, a common site around our neck of the woods.
We have all heard stories of lost pieces of railroad history left abandoned in the woods at the end of the line.