If You Want To See Snakes By The Thousands, Tour To Narcisse Snake Dens In Manitoba Is Just The Ticket

If you’re looking to make a road trip to Manitoba to enjoy the great outdoors, a pretty cool reason for heading north is available this coming Sunday, May 6. Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Center north of Winnipeg is offering a guided tour to the Narcisse Snake Dens from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Located about…
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Lake Bronson Wins The Race To Be The First Ice-Free Lake Of The Spring In Northwest Minnesota; Ice On Lake Of The Woods Slowly Losing Ground

Lake Bronson in Kittson County is the first lake in northwest Minnesota to be declared-ice free, the Department of Natural Resources reported on its website. According to the DNR’s Lake Ice Out Dates page, the ice on Lake Bronson, a 335-acre reservoir formed by a dam on the south branch of the Two Rivers river,…
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Game And Fish Completes Moose And Elk Lotteries; Bighorn Sheep Lottery Set For September

If you’re among the thousands of people who applied for moose and elk licenses in North Dakota, the waiting is over. The Game and Fish Department has held the lotteries, and results are available by going to My Account tab on the Game and Fish Department website. Game and Fish received 18,079 applications for elk,…
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Will The Rainy River Be Open To Baudette By Thursday, April 20? Probably, But It’s Going To Be Close.

Another spring walleye season has come to a close on the Rainy River, and by all accounts, the last few days were busy. I talked to Dennis Topp, assistant area fisheries supervisor for the Department of Natural Resources in Baudette, Minn., on Monday morning, and he said the DNR tallied 203 vehicle-boat trailer rigs Thursday…
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Winter Has Been Long, But Not Particularly Severe In Northwest Minnesota, Index Shows