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Goose Hunting with the Flow
I have been an avid Canada goose hunter for more than 25 years. During this time, I am amazed at the changes that have occurred in the goose hunting world.
Tweaking the Classic Live Bait Rig
Tweaking the Classic Live Bait Rig
Sometimes I get the feeling that the angling world is moving in a direction of extreme sophistication and technical fishing. I am not against that movement as I have seen the rewards from experimenting with something new...
Rainy Lake: A Summer Walleye Destination
Rainy Lake: A Summer Walleye Destination
Our annual trips to Island View Lodge on Rainy Lake started about ten years. Our group of anglers was tired of the border hassles we encountered when traveling into Canada, yet we were still hopeful of finding a Canadian type of fishing adventure...
In Search of New Water
It was with a leap of blind faith that long time fishing partner, Charlie Simkins and I headed towards Northern Minnesota on an ice fishing adventure.
Capitalizing on Lessons Learned
Capitalizing on Lessons Learned
As I began the process of preparing for another Canada goose hunting season, I couldn’t help but reflect on some of the hunts I participated in last year. Although it was a below average season for our crew, we did have some days when things went right …
Don’t Forget those Summer Crappies
Don’t Forget those Summer Crappies
Summer is a busy time in the fishing world. There are many choices a person can make when it comes to targeting fish species. Although I do love to chase walleyes and bass in the warm season, I sometimes take a break from these fish and spend a day c…
Lifeguards in High Demand for St. Cloud This Summer
Many cities across Minnesota are dealing with a shortage of lifeguards, in part due to the growing economy and fewer younger workers looking for a summer job. St. Cloud Parks and Recreation Director Scott Zlotnik says lifeguards are in high demand for their wading pools, which open next month.

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