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Anglers pondering whether to travel to fishing places where residents don't want visitors

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Highway 61 leads travelers along the North Shore of Lake Superior, from Duluth to Grand Marais and the (now closed) Canadian border.
Thousands of anglers across Minnesota and Wisconsin are having to decide whether to travel or stay home.
Coronavirus
March 29
Mel Jacobson, left, with neighbor Rod Hyde, abandoned Minnetonka for his cabin across the St. Croix River to wait out the virus pandemic.

Minnesotans hunker down at cabins to escape coronavirus

Despite concerns of year-round residents, some cabin owners head north to wait out the crisis
Duluth
March 28
The coastline of Park Point in Duluth in October 2019.

Two rescued after canoe capsizes in Lake Superior

The men had personal flotation devices on board but weren't wearing them, the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office said.
West Metro
March 28
A frozen Lake Minnetonka back in early February. Lake Minnetonka is expected to have its ice-out within the next week, much earlier than last year’s

Ice-outs on Minnesota lakes about a week ahead of schedule

A quicker melt than last year could mean an earlier return to lake recreation.
Curious Minnesota
March 27
Brendan Peterson and Tyler Grondseth try their luck on a hot fishing hole on Lake Elora in Northern Minnesota. ] BRIAN PETERSON • brian.peterson

Your top questions about Minnesota lakes answered

If Minnesotans love one thing, it's their lakes. We did some research to answer your five most frequent questions about Minnesota's cherished bodies of water.
Tony Jones baptized his 14-year old son, Aidan, as a neophyte voyageur at the completion of the Height of Land Portage in the BWCA. ] Aaron Lavinsky �
Special Series: Boundary Water Passage Father, son launch epic canoe journey in Boundary Waters
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Part 1: A rainy start and sore shoulders foreshadowed the adventure to come for a father and son on the lakes near the Minnesota-Canada border.
Coronavirus
March 27
Some of Minneapolis’ most popular parks, including at Lake of the Isles, have seen a rush of people seeking a break from their homes.

Minneapolis to close some parkways so runners, walkers can spread out

The Park Board is expecting to close other parkways, but hasn't said which ones.
Outdoors
March 27
Tony Jones showed Albert some tenderness, knowing this is their last hunt together at Caribou Gun Club in Le Sueur March 10, 2020.

A final pheasant hunt was part of a poignant Minnesota goodbye

Albert the Lab was calm, easy going, a fierce hunter -- everything.
Coronavirus
March 27
Golfers hit Stonebrooke Golf Club in Shakopee Thursday. The course was open with guidelines on how to stay in compliance with social distancing, but i

Playing through? Golf group wants courses open during stay-at-home order

Golfers played Thursday in Shakopee and New Prague, which remained open while others were shut down. The stay-at-home order goes into effect this weekend.
Outdoors
March 26
Abdi Bile’s friendship with Mayor Jacob Frey decades ago has led him back to Minneapolis, where he is head running coach for the Loppet Foundation.

Somali running legend helps Loppet reach more young people of color

Friendship between Abdi Bile, a track legend from Somalia, and Mayor Jacob Frey was a spark.
Coronavirus
March 26
FILE-Wisconsin officials are urging residents not to travel to this weekend’s Brule River steelhead fishing opener.

Stay home, steelheaders: Wisconsin DNR urges no travel for Brule opener

"We are encouraging anglers to fish water bodies in their communities."
Coronavirus
March 26
All manner of outdoors exhibits are a part of the Northwest Sportshow. Above, a school of crappies drew a curious crowd one year at the Minneapolis Co

COVID-19 upends Minneapolis sports show in a first since 1933

Even World War II and Pearl Harbor couldn't cancel the Northwest Sportshow. Still, many connected understand.
Outdoors
March 26
Much of the work of the woodchuck is beneficial to the greater wildlife community.

Woodchuck, aka the groundhog, hibernates nearly six months at a time

The woodchuck is the largest member of the squirrel family.
Outdoors
March 26
The old place appeared to have come from Montana. At least that is the story from its purchase.

There was peace at the old cabin in western Wisconsin and its 16 pines

"We were able to buy the place from two local brothers who had inherited it from a relative who was an 'old-timer.' "
Coronavirus
March 26
It’s relaxing to have private time fishing in a river while maintaining social distancing to the max.

What does 'stay at home' mean for life in Minnesota's outdoors?

In places such as Red Wing, where spring walleye fishing already is booming on the Mississippi River, the mental health benefits already are obvious.
Outdoors
March 26

Currents: Keith Myrmel, map-maker and hiker

What outdoors people are doing, reading, listening to, and more.
Outdoors
March 25

What are your outdoors questions?

What do you want to know about the Minnesota outdoors in light of the coronavirus?
Coronavirus
March 24
As the ice melts off the northern edge of Minnesota and the walleye begin their run to bite everything they can to fatten up before spawning season, d

'Walleye capital' Baudette, county close boat ramps to Rainy River amid crisis

Closures are attempt to keep coronavirus out of the border region.
Outdoors
March 24
Bob Timmons, left, worked with Aidan Jones to retrieve a canoe that floated away from the campsite during the five-day trip in the BWCA.

Star Tribune outdoors project takes first place in national contest

A Star Tribune series about a five-day adventure in Minnesota's Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness has been named the best sports project in the nation
Coronavirus
March 24
The walking path at Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis was full of people out for fresh air on March 17. The Park Board is urging people to practice soc

It's too close for comfort on wildly popular Minneapolis park paths

Park Board echoes health advice: Enjoy nature, but stay 6 feet apart.
Coronavirus
March 23
Embracing the peace found in the prairie and bluffland of Afton State Park.

For mind and body, add time in Minnesota's outdoors to your virus prevention kit

In the middle of last week, I took a long-planned camping trip with three of my college kids. We settled in at a small but…
Duluth
March 22
Student researcher Katie Cassidy, top, retrieved a water sample from Lake Superior to test for salt contamination.

Finding alternatives to road salt as water contamination grows

Researchers look at alternatives to chloride to treat icy roads in effort to protect Lake Superior.