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Outdoor Etiquette

I love to see Matt Miller’s name when I read the “Ask a Conservation Officer” section in the Duluth News Tribune. Matt worked for us at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters quite a few years ago. This is a good piece about

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Fishing in Cook County Minnesota

There are some new fishing regulations coming to Cook County Minnesota. DNR announces new special angling regulations Special fishing regulations will change March 1 on a number of Minnesota waters following an annual public input and review process, according to

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Planning to fish in the Quetico Park this summer?

I love paddling and camping in the Quetico Park. It is more expensive than the Boundary waters but the lack of people paddling in the Quetico makes it worth it. Depending upon the time of the summer and the type

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Quetico Park Fishing

While on a recent Quetico Park trip Josh supplied Chef Mike with 3 meals of delicious walleye for the family to enjoy!  

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What is Wrong With People?

I realize there are a number of things wrong with people but today’s blog is about the ones who can’t follow rules/regulations/laws regarding our natural resources. Some people can plead ignorance about fishing regulations but it’s astonishing to me how

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Fishing Dates

Ready to wet your line? Here are some options. Minnesota Fishing – April 2017 Open now Fishing for walleye and sauger in Minnesota-Canada border waters is open through Friday, April 14. Catch-and-release fishing for stream trout in southeast streams (Dodge,

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When’s the Best Time to Go Fishing?

Any time you get a chance to go fishing is the best time to go. Even if you know the catching isn’t going to be good, it’s still a wonderful opportunity to get outside and enjoy some time on the

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Catch and Release a Fish Correctly

Have you ever been unprepared to catch a fish? I have and it isn’t fun. It seems like when I’m prepared to catch a fish I won’t get one but as soon as I just toss a lure out there

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Here Fishy, Fishy

There’s some big fish being caught on Saganaga and most of them are being released. Only the big ones that won’t survive have been kept.

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Fishing Fun Without the Sun

Memorial Weekend is like fishing opener for those of us who live at the end of the Gunflint Trail. From the Trail’s End Landing through the Seagull River and all of the way out to Saganaga Lake the water is

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