Happy New Year

1999 I got up at about 4AM to watch the New Year begin in Sydney, Australia on TV. That was pretty cool. Recall that was the year all things were going to fry, computers would shut down, clocks wouldnt funciton, buffalo would stop roaming, deer and antelope wouldn’t play.    Remember the fear? People stocked…
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New Years Weekend

Looks like winter has finally arrived, and I dont’ really mind that at all. A little now makes the brown disappear for awhile. Might not be a bad weekend for getting out after some roosters. Our at least trying a burger and glass of chocolate milk at my favorite cafe. I’ve gotten alot of email…
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Fishing Report

courtesy of Brad Dokken and the Grand Forks Herald: REA FISHING, SKIING REPORT – 12/29/2006 LAKE OF THE WOODS Good fishing reports continue to come in from most places along the south shore, with anglers catching a mix of walleyes and saugers in 20 to 26 feet of water. Eating-size fish provide most of the…
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Hard Water Fishing

I’ll yield my expertise in ice fishing and any kind of tips to some of the pro’s. My ice fishing is generally been a 5 gallon pail and old stick with a hook n bobber. But I do well with the deer sausage 🙂 Here’s the latest tip from Gander Mountain: Anchoring Your Ice Fishing…
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Endangered

Endangered Species Act is making some waves with the de-listing of the bald eagle, which only took seven years to decide. And the proposal for listing the polar bear. My short take on all of this: Listing is to recover populations and should not be forever. Listing the species should give the ability to implement…
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