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If I were to ask you what time is it, what would your answer be? If you are from my era, you might say "It's Howdy Doody time."
The man driving when his car broke through the ice, killing his passenger, is going to prison.
Jeff Swenson said he got there at 6:30 a.m. and got the last parking spot in the area.
The lives of three men killed in a car accident in January will be honored this weekend in a Lanesboro fishing tournament.
Season: April 12 to Oct. 11 Launch area hours: Open seven days a week from 6 a.m. until closing.
SooToday.com, in partnership with Tourism Sault Ste. Marie, brings you a weekend feature highlighting the variety of adventures available for you, your family, and visiting relatives right in our own backyard.
The Sunday, March 30 event is an opportunity to learn the basics about freshwater fishing on lakes and ponds, as well as learning how to cast a fly rod or sit down and tie your own panfish or trout fly.
Of course, we can still get whacked by a leftover snowstorm or two and for sure, lots of below-freezing nights lie ahead.
The Family Fishing Event season kicks off March 15 at Devils Lake in Lincoln City.
Get your reels and tackle boxes ready, Atlanta anglers. A brand new era of luring fish onto hooks for fun in the city's parks may soon be upon us.
As I write this, I am sitting in my sunroom looking out at 4 inches of snow and ice covering my lawn.
The sturdier fishermen of the Upper Midwest of the United States are fond of venturing out to iced-over lakes.
But because she didn't share his love for the sport, she never realized just how passionate - until after he died from lung cancer last April and she started rummaging through the garage of their Great Bridge home.
Neil Taylor, a Captain's Corner correspondent for the Tampa Bay Times, said today's paddle fishermen, i.e., kayakers, spend just as much time agonizing about rod holders as their petrol-powered cohorts.