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Northland Outdoors

The changes follow a wildlife-section reorganization that began about three years ago by DNR managers whose intent was to align the section's staffing, fleet and other expenses with available money.
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Vaughn Murray’s limo fish house, which is parked within casting distance of his dock on the Ontario side of the Rainy River, has four holes and electric heat.
Four deer in the freezer between two states and some opportunities lost left me with a lot to look back on from the 2021 archery season.
Snow passes by the region on Friday with another round Saturday as well as Sunday.

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More than 80% of the watershed that makes up the headwaters of the Minnesota River fails to meet water quality standards.
90 minutes east of Fargo, one of the world’s most successful dog sled racers is settling into retirement. When the snow falls, there is no slowing him down.
It’s a unique spot and a stark contrast from what the Theodore Roosevelt National Park has to offer to the southwest. Visitors looking for a hike around a lake with a chance to spot captivating wildlife will surely enjoy their time at the Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge.
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Most of the state's 23,000 miles of trail are maintained by local club members.
The start to the new year has Alexandria area guide Mike Frisch thinking about what he wants to accomplish on the water throughout 2022.
Snow moves through the region on Friday with cooler temperatures to follow on Saturday.

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In Minnesota, you have to have a kid along; in Wisconsin, anyone can fish for free.
The ice road across Lake of the Woods, which will allow visitors traveling by road to bypass Canada, is scheduled to open Friday.
States like Minnesota and others in the far northern regions of the Midwest almost always have bouts of extremely cold temperatures or heavy snow falls that trigger an instinct in people who feel they need to help wildlife make it through the winter with supplemental feeding. In the case of deer, it’s almost never necessary and can do more harm than good, said Minnesota DNR big game program leader Barb Keller.

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