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Two tribal conservation officers from northern Minnesota have died this summer in separate incidents.
West Nile virus has been confirmed in two dead loons, and is suspected in others.
A DNR spokeman said virtually all cold-water streams were at zero visibility 10 days or so ago. But a dry period over the long July 4th weekend helped clear things up.
Change considered by DNR would affect the winter season.
On a first-ever trip to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, chores don't seem like work and simple pleasures don't go unnoticed.
Minnesota teams pursue $2 million in scholarships.
Some closures, restrictions will remain in place while levels drop.
Zero fanfare surrounded the opening day of Minnesota's bass harvest Saturday, but smallmouth and largemouth anglers are carrying on in larger numbers year after year.
The summer touring mission of the colorful 8-by-12 shack and summer tour, open again this weekend at Bde Maka Ska/Lake Calhoun, is to create surprise moments to introduce urban youth and young adults to fishing.
Minnesota is wasting millions of dollars on trout habitat projects in the Driftless Area by forcing contractors to use woody debris instead of rock to protect stream banks that are washing out in spectacular fashion, a pair of rehabbers say.