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More winter means more time to get ready for the spring fishing opener
It's been a while since my last entry. It has been a long difficult winter for me. I spent about two-and-a-half months with a serious kidney infection and I wasn't able to do much fishing this winter. As of a week or so ago, the doctor has finally given me a clean bill of health and I am getting ready for the up coming open water fishing season.
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This winter tough on deer
The winter of 2012-13 has abruptly changed since the last Winter Severity Index report in early February. Over 30 inches of snow has fallen in the last month in Northern St Louis County, with three storms in the 6-inch-plus category.
For northern forest whitetails, the going has gotten tougher. All snow measurement stations are currently over the 15 inch threshold.Click HERE for the full story.
Racing on Rainy closes out the 2013 KCPRO-East Season
North Country Trail adventure of a lifetime
Minnesota Hiker's 4,600 mile journey across the country
On March 27, Luke Jordan, of Minnetrista, Minn., left Lake Sakakawea State Park in North Dakota with a plan to hike the 4,600 mile North Country Trail, ending in October in Vermont.
If he reaches his goal, he will join an elite group of only three people to thru-hike the North Country Scenic Trail.
Follow Jordan's journey at: www.stridernct.com.