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Family-Friendly Friday

LOOKING FOR SOMEWHERE TO BRING THE KIDS?  HERE’S A ROUND UP OF FAMILY EVENTS. Friday, March 9, 2018 All You Can Eat Fish Fry Get your fill of fish at the American Legion, 9 dollars a person.   Live Bluegrass!  Music Bonus Night Detroit Mountain is cranking up another night of live music with local bluegrass […]

WINTER TRAIL CONDITIONS; SNOWMOBILE AND SKI, 3.8.18

Yes.  We have snow. Soaring Eagle Ski Trails Itascatour Outdoor Activity Club 3/7/2018 –  The guys who groom the trails at Soaring Eagle ROCK! Lilly’s, Eagle and Lake were all groomed on Tuesday evening.  Troll trail is rolled but not tracked Itasca State Park Forest Riders Snowmobile Club 3/7/18 – Trees down. There are reports of a […]

Minnesota Fishing Guide Service’s Report – 03.07.18

Fishing is great and will only get better until the ice melts… Just as most ice anglers quit for the year, the action doubles if not triples as the ice starts to free itself of snow.  We concentrate on panfish—Perch, Crappies, and monster Bluegills for the rest of the winter. Look for “night bite” Bluegills […]

Family-Friendly Friday

LOOKING FOR SOMEWHERE TO BRING THE KIDS?  FAMILY-FRIENDLY FRIDAY IS A ROUND UP OF AREA EVENTS THAT ARE FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY.  INDOOR OR OUTDOOR THERE’S LOTS TO DO! Friday, March 2, 2018 Legacy:  Robin Anders Minnesota musician Robin Anders brings world music to the Park Rapids Library.  Hear percussion and drums from all […]

Deadline to Remove Fish Houses Approaching

From the March 1st Press Release: “The deadline for anglers to remove fish houses from lakes in Minnesota is approaching quickly, according to the Department of Natural Resources. Removal dates are determined by an east-west line formed by U.S. Highway 10, east along Highway 34 to Minnesota Highway 200, east along Highway 200 to U.S. […]

Winter Trail Conditions; Snowmobile and Ski, 3.1.18

Trail conditions are good even though it’s warming up.  Trails in the woods are looking great. Updated 3/2/2018   Park Rapids Area Nevis Trailblazers Groomed the trails 2/27/2018 2/25/2018 – Wow wish we would of had this a month ago!!  I been out tooling around the last hour and the snow is deep!! We have […]

March Into Spring and Plan Your Summer Adventures

A traditional St. Urho Days hat. After a string of subzero, bone chilling weeks then a beautiful snowfall at the end of February, anglers, snowmobilers and cross country skiers did the Minnesota thing and embraced winter. And it’s not over yet. Walleye, pike and bass fishing season has ended in this part of the state, […]

Minnesota Fishing Guide Service’s Report – 02.28.18

What works this week, directly from Minnesota Fishing Guide Service. Holy snow batman!  Travel is getting a little more difficult now with the deeper snow on the ice, but the fishing is hanging in there!  The fish on the shallower lakes are showing some signs of low oxygen levels so concentrate your efforts on the […]

New Northern Pike Fishing Regulations

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced new Northern Pike regulations that take effect March 1st 2018. From the December 4, 2017 News Release: “Anglers and spearers pursuing northern pike this winter can prepare for new pike regulations that will be in effect for the spring fishing opener on Minnesota’s inland waters. “Pike regulations remain […]

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