The two men emailed Frank Bures after reading his story in the Star Tribune. They met at a bar. "When I saw you, I thought, 'He's not going to make it,' " one said about the morning of near death on the river.
Former Minnesotans Sarah Smith and Kevin Long have built a community — think Airbnb meets camping — with their popular app, the Dyrt. They've reported back on interesting trends.
A weekly look at anglers and their memorable catches, and a place for you to send your big fish that didn't get away.
State fishing report: The trout bite also is good on parts of Lake Superior.
The aerial wonders seek docks, bridges and barns for nesting throughout Minnesota.
Fawns also are born this time of year. Being odorless provides them protection.
Like mother, like daughter. Anglers of all ages love crappies.
The remains have been turned over to the Upper Sioux Community to be cared for.
Leave South St. Paul at 6 a.m. and be fishing on the Northwest Angle three hours later? Road closures during the pandemic led to a flight service that has proven popular with metro-area anglers.
The population of the state bird is stable, but conservation efforts like volunteer monitors prove they're essential to knowing that.
From Albert Lea to Baudette, the Minnesota Fishing Report.
Japan's nuclear regulator on Wednesday approved plans by the operator of the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant to release its treated radioactive wastewater into the sea next year, saying the outlined methods are safe and risks to the environment minimal.
Slower in the morning, action on the big lake picked up throughout the day Saturday for Minnesota's traditional fishing opener.
If you could tuck away from the Rainy River's fast-flowing current on Saturday, the walleyes were biting.
The Leech Lake Band stepped in to revive the annual event, as they showcased Cass Lake, East Seelye Bay.
Colder water slowed the bite despite a good turnout reported on many lakes.
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When LeRoy Chiovitte of Hermantown died, he left no plans for the fish that had been encased in glass for four decades. Soon, though, you'll be able to see the big walleye close to where it was caught in 1979.
This Minnesota Fishing Opener, here is a look at the life cycle of a stocked walleye, so key to a healthy population of the state's signature fish.
From where and how to buy a license, to ice-out updates to videos on targeting fish, there is something for every angler. Good luck.