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Some of the research confirmed details that anglers have long suspected.
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Conducted every five years since 1990, the survey originally was scheduled for the summer of 2020 but was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The border between Minnesota and Wisconsin here was formed by a combination of molten lava and melting glaciers over the past billion years. The St. Croix River Valley's hugely popular public access site features hikes along the bluffs and down to the river, and ways to see these stunning rock cliffs from water level.
Improper handling of fish increases the odds they may swim away, but die.

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This holiday weekend looks to feature generally lighter winds and a few chances of showers and thunderstorms.
Neither Lake Ida or Lake Charley northwest of Alexandria are stocked with muskies by the Minnesota DNR, but a connection to Lake Miltona means some of the big fish make their way in. Park Rapids native Tayden George has quite a fish story to tell after landing a muskie near 50 inches long while fishing the channel that connects the two lakes.
Alex Comstock, who launched the website whitetaildna.com while he was in college and manages a corresponding YouTube channel, is an avid deer hunter and shares his passion for everything outdoors.
Founded more than a century ago and expended during the Great Depression, this gem in western Minnesota features hiking, biking, boating, beaching and abundant wildlife, along with a quartet of camping options.
There are five South Dakota pro anglers – Ted Takasaki, Brian Bashore, Mike Zell, Justin Sieverding and Duane Hjelm – who are among the top 40 in the Angler of the Year standings
Mike Newton started the club for his students in April 2022 and some of the students go mountain biking almost every week now.

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They’ve paddled about 300 miles since launching at Lake Traverse and had “just a little over 100 miles to go” when they hit the river Thursday morning.
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Brent Hemly and the Plummer Bear go back several years. He first live-trapped her “in 2011 or 2012” while assisting the DNR with a comprehensive research study of black bears in northwest Minnesota,
New guidelines generally support state's current wolf population, but could allow hunting and trapping if federal protections end.

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