Motorcycling

Minnesota’s northernmost scenic drive travels from Voyageurs National Park along the Canadian border. Ideal for anglers, boaters, birders and wildflower lovers, the route runs along the [...]

Morel Mushrooms

Gaining a lot of awareness recently is mushroom hunting. More specifically Morel Mushrooms. Morel mushrooms are coned in shape and look like a Christmas tree. Mushroom hunters say that morel [...]

Lake of the Woods Fishing Report

Anglers had to deal with lots of rain and colder weather this weekend up on Lake of the Woods. Pike fishing was decent with some reports of big fish in the bays. Big pike over 40″ are [...]

Banana Bread

Ingredients 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup butter 3/4 cup brown sugar 2 eggs, beaten 2 1/3 cups mashed overripe bananas Add all ingredients to list [...]

Sucker Fishing

When the creeks and rivers thaw at the end of winter and then rise with the spring rain, many anglers feel the irresistible urge to get out on the water. There is a species of fish often [...]

Lake of the Woods Fishing Report

The spring walleye season ended in a big way. Lots of boats with lots of success. The river was full of walleyes. Largest we heard of was over 32″! Walleye season opens back up May 14. [...]

Pickled Fish

Pike are excellent pickled, but most fish work, with perch being popular in ice country in March, after a long winter season of eating lots of them pan-fried and deep-fried. Redhorse suckers also [...]

Pike Season Open All Year Long

With the closing of walleye season April 14 anglers are left with a void of fishing until May 14(fishing opener). Well that’s not entirely true, we still have pike fishing up on Lake of the [...]