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Fishing Closures in Cook County


Grand Marais Area Fisheries Announces Survey Work

Mysterious Drop in Prized Bait Worms Threatens a Way of Life
A mysterious drop in the harvest of two of the most popular worms for sport fishermen is proving expensive for anglers and threatening a way of life in Maine.

Storm Downs Trees in Porkies, Closes Key Attractions
A late-season winter storm is causing damage at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.

Study: Lake Michigan Has Plenty of Food for Asian Carp
A federal study says invasive carp, like this silver carp captured in the St. Croix River, would have plenty to eat if they got into Lake Michigan.

Wolf Pup Born in Missouri Offers Hope for Endangered Breed

Study Shows How Chronic Wasting Disease Spreads in Wisconsin

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Clean Water Advocates Trickle in to State Capitol

The moose population on Isle Royale is surging as the wolf population fails to regenerate.

Moose Population Explodes on Isle Royale as Wolves Decline

Up to five dozen sharp-tailed grouse will be moved from northwestern Minnesota to Bayfield County.

Bayfield Co. to Get Grouse from NW Minnesota

Wis. Outdoor Lovers Concerned about Sand Mines, Large Farms
Wisconsin hunters and other outdoor lovers were able to give opinions on major environmental issues at Conservation Congress hearings.

Gov. Dayton to Open Bass Season at Mille Lacs
Gov. Mark Dayton, seen fishing in Mille Lacs Lake in 2015, will hold a bass fishing opener event on the lake on May 27.

Wis. Court: Baiting Deer Legal if Not for Hunting
A Wisconsin Appeals Court judge says it's OK to bait deer in CWD-affected areas as long as the bait isn't being used for hunting.

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Report Examines Alternatives for Controlling Problem Wolves


Golden Shiners at Center of Bait Debate in Minnesota


Popular Overlook Shut at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore


Elk Population of NW Minnesota Estimated at 79 in 3 Herds


Anglers will be able to keep one more walleye this year on the eastern end of Upper Red Lake.
Walleye Limit Raised on Upper Red Lake
A hibernating bat hangs on to the wall at Soudan Underground Mine State Park.
Soudan Mine Bat Population Seems to Continue Declining
Big Trout Bay, which us just north of the U.S.-Canada border on Lake Superior's North Shore, will be preserved by The Nature Conservancy of Canada.
Conservancy to Preserve 2,500 Acres on North Shore
Bear Under Lakeside Porch Scared Out and Up a Tree
Scientists Say Discovery May Help Control Sea Lamprey
Joe Zellner and Peggy Gabrielson are going to paddle all five of the Great Lakes beginning April 1.
Duo Paddling Great Lakes for Cancer Research
A couple walks on the Munger Trail near the Grand Avenue parking lot.
5 Miles of Munger Trail to be Reconstructed
It'll be another summer of catch-and-release fishing for walleye on Mille Lacs Lake, with no walleye fishing at all for most of July.
Another Catch-and-Release Summer for Mille Lacs Walleye
The Minnesota DNR has confirmed the first catch of silver carp captured in the St. Croix River.

Officials Confirm 1st Capture of Silver Carp on St. Croix River


Minn. Lawmakers Block State from Regulating Insecticides

Panel OKs Michigan Bear Hunting Regulations for Next 2 Years

DNR Fisheries Seeks Comments on International Falls Area Lake Management Plans

First Eaglet Arrives on DNR's EagleCam

Iditarod Mushers Begin Nearly 1,000-Mile Race Across Alaska

Michigan to Offer Prize in Fight Against Invasive Carp

New Interior Secretary Zinke Reverses Lead-Ammunition Ban

Mystery Solved? Devil's Kettle Outlet Identified

Minnesota's Moose Population Shows Signs of Stabilizing

Up North: A Pair of Duluthians Take First at Fitger's 5K
2017 Fitger's 5K
Anglers Visit Lester River For MN Stream Trout Opener
Anglers on the Lester River.
Vikings Move Up to Get Running Back Dalvin Cook in 2nd Round
Green Bay Uses 1st Pick of Round 2 on CB Kevin King
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