Rainy River Now Open To Wheeler’s Point And Fishing Has Been Good

A trip to Lake of the Woods country right now offers the opportunity to fish in a boat or fish through the ice. Caution is the buzzword, though, for anyone venturing out on the ice. Ice is good in some areas, but bad in others, and spots that are good one day can be dangerous…
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N.D. Game And Fish Sets Walleye Stocking Record

The North Dakota Game and Fish stocked more than 150 lakes with nearly 11 million walleye fingerlings earlier this summer. That’s a record. In a news release from Game and Fish, Jerry Weigel, fisheries production and development section leader, said the stocking was made possible by record production of 10.4 million fingerlings at Garrison Dam…
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Upper Red Walleye Limit Increases To Four June 15

Upper Red Lake has served up one of the hottest walleye bites in Minnesota this spring, and anglers will be able to add a fish to their limit next Wednesday. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources this morning said the current three-fish bag limit, in place last winter and through the recent May fishing opener,…
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Grand Forks Peregrine Update; Walleye Busts On Upper Red Lake

Local peregrine pair Terminator and Marv have at least one chick in their nest box atop the UND water tower. According to local raptor expert Tim Driscoll, a licensed bander who keeps close tabs on the birds and bands peregrine chicks every summer, the pair could be seen feeding at least one chick Friday. In…
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Spring Fishing In Full Swing Along The Rainy River

Like it or not, winter appears to be history, and fishing-wise, it’s time to set the sights on open water. The big news comes from the Rainy River, where Lake of the Woods Tourism this afternoon posted a photo of heavy equipment clearing ice from the boat ramp at Nelson Park in Birchdale, Minn., which…
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