Whether it’s the same critter that spent a few days across the road from Don and Leann Wikert’s place near Thorhult, Minn., last fall is difficult to say for sure, but a pronghorn antelope is still turning heads in northwest Minnesota.RELATED CONTENT
DULUTH, Minn. -- Chris Johnson had his hands full. Sitting alone in his fishing shelter Tuesday afternoon on Lake Superior, his fishing rod was bent in a serious arc. His rod tip was pointed straight at the bottom of Lake Superior 100 feet below.RELATED CONTENT
DULUTH – A plan is in the works to restore wild, free-roaming elk to parts of east-central and northeastern Minnesota for the first time since they were removed from the region 125 years ago.RELATED CONTENT
Duluth Area Horse Trail Alliance annual meeting, 6:30 p.m. Monday, Blue Max Resort, 6139 Lavaque Road.
With daylight saving time now in place, you’ll have more time at the end of the day to get out in the woods. Try some local ski trails near your home after work, and come home hungry for supper.
Duluth, Minn., friends make pact to jump in Lake Superior every month for a year -- including winter
DULUTH, Minn. -- Snow and ice cover Lake Superior. It’s a bitter February day on the big expanse of frozen water, and the wind is cold and the air has a bite to it. Two figures trudge across the lake, bundled up and supplies in hand. Upon first glance, one might think these two men are heading out for an ice fishing trip. And they will be chipping away at the ice, but for a very different reason.RELATED CONTENT
According to state regulations, fish houses on lakes in the southern two-thirds of the state, basically on an east-west line from Moorhead to Duluth, have to be removed by 11:59 p.m. Monday, while the northern part of the state has until 11:59 p.m. March 17.RELATED CONTENT
DULUTH — A potential ice fishing world-record lake trout caught by a northern Minnesota man earlier this month has been confiscated from a Duluth taxidermist by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.RELATED CONTENT
DULUTH, Minn. -- The patter of soft conversation drifted around the table. Scissors snipped. Thread was wrapped. Deer hair was cut and stacked.RELATED CONTENT
Weathering the storm: Winter to go down as tough one, next few weeks will determine impact on wildlife
Luke Fehr was scouting for wildlife one day in early February when he came across a Hungarian partridge sitting along the side of a gravel road.RELATED CONTENT