Curt Horn put a creative spin on the Department of Natural Resources proposal to reduce fish limits on the Mississippi River: "It would be easier to get a limit.”
While mosquitoes and ticks are a favorite to gripe about during the summer months, there’s another critter residents of bluff country in southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin may encounter: timber rattlesnakes.
When Tom Landwehr’s eight-year tenure as commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources ended in January, he suddenly found himself with time on his hands.
RUSHFORD — As thunderstorms menaced southeast Minnesota on Monday, Rush Creek curved through its new channel, boulders lining much of its banks, a log nearly buried along the side and grass sprouting through fibrous mats on its banks.
The kayak rocked violently as I drifted across a submerged plateau on a northern Minnesota lake. The south wind created waves that were stout enough for me to tighten my life jacket and use extra care to keep my small craft from taking on water.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota artists can submit their work July 15-26, to be considered for use on the state’s 2020 walleye stamp and the trout and salmon stamp.
BRAINERD, Minn. — “I’m sorry we’ve got you lined up with numbers like the state penitentiary,” drawled Lesley Travers, the hearing’s third-party moderator. “But, it’s the only way we can ensure everyone gets their chance to speak and be heard.”
ALONG THE NORTH COUNTRY TRAIL — In the woods of the Town Of Superior in Wisconsin, about five miles south of Duluth, a crew of 10 volunteers was busy building the longest hiking trail in the United States.
DULUTH — Jared Munch is a bona fide adventure junkie, so it’s not surprising he left from Brighton Beach in Duluth on Monday bound for James Bay on the Arctic Ocean.