STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Greenway cross-country skiing update
A column I wrote back in January complaining about the lack of snow proves once again you have to be careful what you wish for because you just might get it.
Weve got snow, more is on the way, and it... Posted on 3/15/13 at 10:41 AM
EH? PLUS Keep those feet off ski trails
Were begging for some courtesy. Help keep the citys cross-country ski trails in good condition by taking hikes and walks elsewhere. Footprints and other impressions (even angels) ruin the trails, so t... Posted on 2/26/13 at 1:01 AM
IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! ENDRacing's Iceman Triathlon is coming our way
Today's post comes from guest blogger, Andy Magness, with Extreme North Dakota Racing and Ground UP Adventures...
Extreme North Dakota Racing, or ENDracing for short is now in its fifth year of putti... Posted on 1/10/13 at 1:53 PM
THE FLENSBURGER FILES Flensburg Files News Flyer 29 November, 2011
It's Christmas time and with that come the Christmas Markets, the Glhwein, the Presents, and lots of events that have been going on the last few days, which warrants the Flensburg Files News Flyer- d... Posted on 11/29/11 at 6:55 AM
The Rainy River as of Thursday morning was open about five miles downstream from the Frontier Landing, which is located along state Highway 11 about 18 miles east of Baudette, Minn., according to Sportsman’s Lodge.
Conditions after another March storm have eliminated any hope of vehicle travel on Lake Winnipeg before the season in southern Manitoba ends March 31, according to fishing guide Jason Hamilton of Winnipeg.
He's the squirrel who's inspired countless YouTube posts and television newscast kickers. Thirty-three years after first climbing onto a pair of skis, Twiggy the water skiing squirrel is still riding the wake behind a scale-model power boat and still delighting legions of fans at boat and outdoor shows across the country.
Mikaela Shiffrin might as well be dancing or flying. That's what skiing is like for the American teenager these days. The victories and milestones keep piling up, fortifying a U.S. team that is without Lindsey Vonn and Bode Miller.
Most anglers are fishing in 30 to 34 feet of water on the south end of the lake and catching a mixture of walleyes and saugers. Fishing has been spotty during the recent cold front; some walleyes are suspended, and anglers are catching more saugers than walleyes.
Houses continue to be spread out in 14 to 16 feet of water or 26 to 32 feet along the south shore. There’s been a lot of moving around taking place, with walleyes biting best in the afternoon and evening hours, while saugers continue to bite throughout the day.
Saugers and walleyes are biting in 19 to 31 feet of water along the south shore. There’s been plenty of action and fish to bring home with the occasional trophy walleye, eelpout, pike, perch, sturgeon and tullibee mixed in, as well.
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