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Mountain Lake

Wildlife Forever, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, and state agencies across the west have aligned efforts to educate boaters about aquatic invasive species (AIS). Through multimedia efforts, the “Clean Drain Dry: Protect the West” campaign has reached over 1.3 million people and counting. The “Clean Drain Dry: Protect the West” campaign is a collaborative effort to stop the spread of AIS by educating boaters about watercraft transportation rules and regulations in western states. The campaign features a…

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Champions Tour Winner

The Classic Bass Champions Tour recently wrapped up its 2021 season at its Championship on Lake Mille Lacs in Minnesota. Known as a legendary smallmouth bass fishery, the lake produced for competitors in both fish numbers and size. Waseca, Minnesota-based Classic Bass and Bagley Baits pro Noah Schultz took top honors at the event with a total weight of 62 pounds 12 ounces with a total of 21 fish weighed, including a five pound, five ounce fish, his biggest in…

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Fall Fishing Tips

Whether getting ready for the last derby of the season or heading to put a smackdown on ‘em before the ice sets in, fall fishing is right around the corner. As the temperature changes, the fish begin to come out of their summer feeding slump which means they’ll be feeding. Shallower structures are more enticing as colder temps bring more oxygen into these areas. The crushing heat of summer drains the oxygen from those shallower areas. Here are 6 tips…

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Anglers landing muskie

Musky anglers don’t always agree on the best ways to catch the fish of 10,000 casts. Variations in today’s lures and tackle mean there’s more choices than ever to support multiple musky techniques and presentations, any of which can decrease that 10,000 number to something a lot more reasonable. That said, at least three of the most successful musky anglers in the Upper Midwest do agree on something: the month of September is one of the best times to be…

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Veteran with Daughter

Americans over the age of 25 or so recall exactly where they were and what they were doing when the first, loosely reported accounts of September 11, 2001 began circulating. As details firmed up and the horrifying images of the terror attack were broadcasted – along with the heroic actions of NYC and U.S. Military first responders – life and time both seemed to stop. As most Americans watched their television screens in disbelief from afar, thousands of others were…

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