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Nelson Park Access Open

The Rainy River access at Nelson Park in Birchdale is now open. Borderwaters regulations allow you to fish for walleye up until April 14. The Ron Hall Access in International Falls and Kuttes Landing at Pelland Junction have been open for a week. Early reports are that the fishing has been best in the heavier […]
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Extended Walleye Season!

The border waters regulations for Rainy Lake and Rainy River mean the walleye season will be open until April 14, 2015. The northern pike and smallmouth bass seasons also remain open. The recent warm weather has everyone wondering how soon the Rainy River launches will be cleared and ready for use. We will keep you […]
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Still Pulling in Walleye, Still Sledding

Border Waters regulations extend the walleye season to April 14, 2015. That means the latest season ice fishing for walleye in Minnesota. lately, the walleye bite has been best in 25 to 35 feet of water arounhd Birch Point in Sand Bay. Jigging with minnows in the morning hours has been most productive. Meanwhile, to […]
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Great Trails, Decent Ice Fishing!

Anglers are reporting walleye hitting on shiner minnows in 25 to 30 feet of water about an hour or two after sunrise and and hour or two before sunset. The most popular area is in Sand Bay. There have also been some perch and crappie mixed in. The advice is once crappie start hitting your […]
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Seamless Trails, Excellent Grooming!

The Minnesota United Snowmobilers Association held their Winter Rendezvous on the Presidents Day weekend. About 175 people converged to meet and also ride our trails. Sledders told us they found the groomed trail system seamless, well marked and groomed and offering exceptional scenery and riding. Many plan to come back as they also told us […]
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Sledders, Walleye and Northern Pike!

The best bet for walleye on Rainy Lake right now is early in the day jigging a minnow in about 30 feet of water. Anglers are hitting the common hot spots like Birch Point and American Narrows but also heading further east to the area of Cranberry Island on the Park Service Ice Road. Meanwhile, […]
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Walleye bite is hot right now.

Ice anglers are having great success around Birch Point in Sand Bay. Jigging with a shiner minnow in about 30 feet of water is working best. Anglers say they are pulling in plenty of walleye with some crappie mixed in. Meanwhile. the northern pike anglers are setting up around Rainy Lake City and near Cranberry […]
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Fishing on the Ice is Hot!

Walleye fishing has been pretty darn good on Rainy Lake with the best bite early in the day. Around Birch Point, they are jigging with minnows in 25 to 30 feet of water and pulling in walleye, crappie and perch. Around American narrows and the Dryweed island area try going a bit shallower but continue […]
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FYGBR Means Fun!

The Freeze Yer Gizzard Blizzaerd Run is the main event for Icebox Days in International Falls. The 35th annual 5k and 10k races will be held Saturday, January 17 and there will be other fun events like Frozen Turkey Bowling or Smoosh Racing (4 people strapped to 2 x 4 runners). The temperature will be […]
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