STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Website lists 50 best crappie lakes
Crappie anglers tend to be a secretive bunch, so this certainly wont their feelings, but the website fishhound.com on Wednesday released its list of the 50 best crappie lakes in the country.
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NDAD INSIGHTS 19th 'Escape to the Lake' set for mid-June in Center, N.D.
This might help take your mind off of winter.
NDAD's annual "Escape to the Lake" extravaganza is no ordinary trip to the lake.
It provides individuals with physical disabilities the opportunity to... Posted on 3/5/13 at 4:00 PM
FATHER KNOWS LAST A Day of Personal Records!
What a strange, yet wonderful day yesterday turned out to be! I started out by waking up alone at 6AM in a Detroit Lakes hotel room. Carl couldnt get out of work Friday night, so I left Grand Forks ... Posted on 9/9/12 at 8:28 PM
A new study of Minnesota lakes finds more evidence that water across the state contains a wide range of chemicals. The largest study of its kind ever done in Minnesota shows chemicals from household products, prescription drugs and illegal drugs are common in Minnesota lakes.
Longtime businessman Joe Belford remembers when water levels in Devils Lake were so low that he and other officials in the early 1990s started the Lake Preservation Coalition hoping to protect the North Dakota fishery — one of the prime walleye lakes in the region, if not the country.
Many residents of this lake in Minnesota’s Otter Tail County want the rest of the world to know something: Yes, Pelican Lake has zebra mussels. But no, it hasn’t meant the end of quality times at the lake.
A lawsuit alleges the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is allowing a sewage treatment plant to pollute a chain of recreational lakes in the Alexandria area in violation of state and federal laws. The lawsuit was filed Tuesday in Ramsey County by the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy.
After more than two decades of drilling in Antarctica, Russian scientists have reached the surface of a gigantic freshwater lake hidden under miles of ice for some 20 million years — a lake that may hold life from the distant past and clues to the search for life on other planets. "It's a meeting with the unknown," a researcher said.
Conservation officers for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources did a follow-up work detail Wednesday on Lake of the Woods and found fewer violations than Jan. 20-23, when 234 walleyes and saugers were seized for various violations.
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