Minnesotans urged to fish close to home to slow COVID-19-
A surge in fishing license sales indicates that many Minnesotans are getting antsy under the state’s stay-at-home order.00
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COVID-19 Complaints: Out-of-towners coming to fish in spite of stay home orders-
Locals aren’t happy with the number of non-residents fishing without social distancing.
Warm winter changes — but can’t stop — outdoor fun-
Warmer weather has forced Michigan’s winter sports and tourism groups to adapt to keep participants and spectators coming.
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Superior Crossing: Sailing across the biggest, deepest and coldest Great Lake-
This week, Great Lakes Now writers are looking back at their 2019 adventures. Program Director Sandra Svoboda’s included the biennial Trans Superior Race aboard a 70-foot sailboat.
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Mercury Levels Maintained: Invasive mussels keep mercury levels high in Great Lakes fish-
The spread of invasive zebra and quagga mussels in the Great Lakes started a chain of events resulting in high mercury levels in lake trout.