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FISHING

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.
The start to the new year has Alexandria area guide Mike Frisch thinking about what he wants to accomplish on the water throughout 2022.
In Minnesota, you have to have a kid along; in Wisconsin, anyone can fish for free.
Carvers from Park Rapids, Detroit Lakes, New York Mills and Wadena, among others, gathered to sell their handiwork at a Saturday, Dec. 4 show hosted by the Park Rapids Chapter of Minnesota Darkhouse & Angling Association.

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The giant was caught Nov. 22 on Mille Lacs Lake.
Lake of the Woods, Devils Lake, Upper Red Lake and Lake Winnipeg all rank highly as prime ice fishing spots, but don't overlook smaller North Dakota lakes and sloughs.
In a news release, FishingBooker ranked Brainerd, Minnesota, area first with Lake Habeeb in Maryland and Devils Lake in North Dakota following behind.
During the Fargo Ice Fishing Show, which opens Friday, Dec. 10, and continues through Sunday, Dec. 12, all of the show seminars will be available virtually on Facebook Live, in addition to in-person at Scheels Arena in Fargo. And ice fishing celebrity Brian "Bro" Brosdahl is offering his virtual "Bro Road Show" Tuesday night ice fishing sessions on Facebook Live through December.
The last couple winter fishing seasons, the importance of minnows presented in a “do nothing” fashion under bobbers has been obvious to Mike Frisch in catching more crappies and walleyes.
The official state record for the heaviest muskie — a 54-pound fish caught on Lake Winnibigoshish — has stood since 1957.

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Minnesota fishing guide Mike Frisch lays out his strategy for getting the most out of what can be the best ice fishing of the season for walleyes during the first safe ice of the winter.
Lawndale Creek restoration project helps clean water in Buffalo River while providing trout habitat in unlikely place
Invading parasite decimated fish populations until a chemical poison was developed to kill their larvae.

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