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Northland Outdoors

Subzero temperatures and mounting piles of snow matter not, as reservations open for popular camping destinations. Reservations are off to a fast start in Kandiyohi County's popular parks, despite an increase in camping rates.
Ice anglers are far more mobile these days, with one exception. Annual count of fish houses on area lakes continues to show that anglers stay put when the crappies are biting.
Gilligan, the juvenile loon who was stranded on a lake in the Crow Wing Lake chain near Nevis in early December when much of the lake iced over, was seen flying away from Dec. 19 by two people who were ice fishing in the area where Gilligan had been sighted.
Tribal officials haven’t received any formal response from the state.

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Temperatures will be warmer this weekend, but a breeze is expected for the area.
West-Central Minnesota fishing guide Mike Frisch details his routine on finding and catching mid-winter crappies that roam deep-water basins this time of year.
Nash Hutmacher, a defensive tackle, brings fellow Nebraska Cornhuskers to his home state and as a brand ambassador for Halverson Hunts, offered others the chance to hunt with the football players.
Governor’s plan would complete Lake Vermilion State Park
Chad Koel explains how he makes goose casserole, bacon-wrapped goose and pan-fried goose, his personal favorite.
Recently released video by the Voyageurs Wolf Project offers an intimate look at the busy lives of wolves, bears, moose, otters and lynx that call the national park home.

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Lonnie Dupre is filming the impact of climate change on the Polar Inuit people he met in Greenland 20 years ago.
The changes follow a wildlife-section reorganization that began about three years ago by DNR managers whose intent was to align the section's staffing, fleet and other expenses with available money.
After an initial explosion in numbers, the invasive species appears to be reaching a stable level at which populations will likely fluctuate up and down from. The full impact of zebra mussels in Green Lake, and what to expect in the years ahead, remains the subjects for study.

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