Recent content from Dennis Anderson
Road construction since May 13 has made the 21-year-old establishment a challenge to find.
Fly rods at the ready, Dennis Anderson and Bob Nasby motored along on the St. Croix atop ageless red and white pines that clutter the river bottom in search of smallmouth bass.
The present muskie mark has stood for 70 years, but the Hall of Fame Vikings coach nearly caught a bigger one.
Litchfield area is good example of damage, and situation doesn't bode well for fall hunters.
The Minnesota DNR in early September will release updated versions of its duck and pheasant plans.
Outing near Akeley, Minn., is reminder of abundance and threats.
Private fundraising is the next hurdle in Crosslake.
Memories spring, especially from Grandma and Grandpa's place in Frazee.
By far, the stamp program is the longest-running and most successful habitat conservation effort in the nation's history. Why mess with it?
It doesn't get top billing like "Up North" but its oaks and aspens, basswoods, maples and elms are as inspiring as any northern coniferous forest.