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  • Top 5 Northern Pike Lakes in Minnesota - Image from pikestrike.com

    Top 5 Northern Pike Lakes In Minnesota

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    Top 5 Northern Pike lakes in Minnesota, you say? Yes, we’re doing it. We’re posting the top 5 lakes for catching big, fat norskies in Minnesota. Will everyone agree with them? Come on, what fun would that be? We know what you’re going to...

  • Best Walleye Recipes

    10 Best Walleye Recipes

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    People search high and low for the best walleye recipes. Walleye is one of the most sought after fish because of it’s thick white fillets and minimal cooking to make a delectable meal. Walleye is fished by recreational anglers as well as commercial...

  • Watch Out For Those Costa Rica Sharks!

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    Steve Pennaz, host of the TV show Lake Commandos shared a memorable story about the day he almost lost his life to a group of Costa Rica sharks! The story seems almost too wild to be real – but he assured us that it’s not. Listen to the whole...

  • Invaders of the Great Lakes

    Become An Aquatic Superhero With The “Invaders Of The Great Lakes” Pocket Guide

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    What’s an aquatic superhero you ask? It’s an fisherman who has taken the time to learn about his foes. He understands how aggressive the Brown Goby can be. He knows that Eurasian Ruffe have an unfair advantage due to their ability to detect water...

  • Minnesota Invasive Species

    Minnesota Invasive Species Threat re-emerges with Boating Season Underway

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    As Minnesotans prepare for Memorial Day weekend and the start of the boating season for most people. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reminds boaters and anglers of the threat Minnesota invasive species have on the health of all Minnesota...

  • Take A Kid Fishing weekend June 7-9 – Fish for Free!

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    Fishing is one of the easiest and most accessible outdoor activities in Minnesota. June 7-9 is take a kid fishing weekend where youth can fish for free on all Minnesota lakes. There is no better way to celebrate the end of the school year than a weekend on...

  • Batman Fishing Lure

    Batman Fishing Lure

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    Steve Pennaz, host of the TV show Lake Commandos shared a memorable story about turning a child’s Batman action figure into a functional Batman fishing lure. The story seems almost too good to be real – but he assured us that it’s not....

  • Four Year old Mayor gives fishing advice

    Minnesota fishing town appoints four year old Mayor

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    The Minnesota fishing town of Dorset, population 22, has selected their Mayor. By literally drawing a name out of a hat, four-year-old Robert “Bobby” Tufts was elected Mayor. All residents of the town are candidates for Mayor and can put their...

  • Safety Tips for National Safe Boating Week May 18-24

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    Mark your calendars as National Safe Boating week is approaching, May 18-24. Leading in to the Memorial Day weekend where much of America kicks off it’s summer boating season. To raise awareness on the importance of safe boating practices, here are some...

  • Minnesota Fishing License Revenue Sparks Debate at Capitol

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    Minnesota fishing licenses cost more than they ever have before, with extra money supposedly funding improvements for fishing and hunting. But half of that newly found revenue may just sit in the bank. Last year lawmakers approved an increase for most...