Unusual catches always make me wonder, so I had to do some checking this week when Arnesen’s Rocky Point Resort on Lake of the Woods posted photos on Facebook of two crappies that were caught recently in one of the resort’s rental houses.
A reader took me to task recently for using the word “harvest” in a blog post about the Minnesota wolf season that wrapped up in late December. I suspect she mostly was upset about its use in reference to wolves.
A year ago at this time, most of us who enjoy winter were wondering when it would arrive. We’d had some cold weather, but snow was in short supply, a trend that continued until February, when The Winter That Wouldn’t Get Here turned into The Winter That Wouldn’t End.
Pronghorn antelope aren’t supposed to be roaming the wilds of northern Minnesota, but someone apparently forgot to tell the doe that showed up last weekend near Thorhult, Minn., in Beltrami County just north of the Red Lake Indian Reservation.
If the population surveys for deer, pheasants and grouse are any indication, this is going to be one of those falls that separate the hunters who enjoy going afield just to be “out there,” from those who hunt simply to put game in the bag.
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