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We’re celebrating blooms, bikes and birds – May 2015
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After two years of spring arriving late in our part of the world, the ice is out and the docks are in. Tiny buds promise leaves and lilacs soon. Friends gather for spring rituals like ditch clean up, and residents and resort owners are glad for nice weather to rake and spruce up their […]
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Park Rapids Lakes Area Fishing Report
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Park Rapids Area Fishing Report 4/24/15 Submitted by Smokey Hills Outdoor Store, Nathan Campbell With the ice off of all the Park Rapids area lakes and the waters warming quickly. The Crappie and sunfish spawn is moving quicker than usual. Crappies- With spawn in full swing the crappies will be biting aggressively. Tie on a […]
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Spring’s footprints appear – April 2015
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About all that remains from winter are small patches of white in shady spots, tree debris lost in a wrestling match with ice, wind and snow, and thinning lake ice. April might still bring anything the weather department can produce, but the snow will cease, lawns will be cleared and the ice will […]
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Tired of winter? Embrace it – March 2015
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Snowmobilers, cross country skiers and those who just enjoy the beautiful landscape are welcoming fresh snow after a relatively dry winter. As the days get longer there’s no shortage of fun in store. Walleye, pike and bass fishing season has ended in this part of Minnesota, but avid anglers can still enjoy excellent pan fishing […]
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Park Rapids Area Fishing Report, February 21, 2015
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Submitted by Smokey Hills Outdoor Store Saturday, February 21, 2015 With Walleye, Northern, and Bass winding down to a halt for the next couple of months, anglers are hitting the lakes harder than ever looking for that one special Northern or Walleye before the season comes to a quit. The majority of the Park Rapids […]
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Nine Year Old Wins Ice Castle House at the Park Rapids American Legion Fishing Derby, February 7, 2015
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Nine year old, Lee Perrington is a “lifelong” fisherman from the Deer River area. He spends countless hours fishing in the hot, cold, winter, spring, summer and fall. All of these days of fishing paid off on Feb. 7th at the Park Rapids American Legion Ice Fishing Derby when he was able to land a […]
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Park Rapids Lakes Area Fishing Report
2015.02.13 No Comments

Submitted by Smokey Hills Outdoor Store 2/13/15 The cold and wind is back and biting the faces of Ice Castle-less fishermen in the northern half of the state. If you do have a means to fish out of the elements; the fish are biting! Find the very tasty black crappies in 15 to 20 feet […]
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Park Rapids Lakes Area Fishing Report
2015.02.03 No Comments

Submitted by Smokey Hills Outdoor Store – 1/30/2015 Fishermen are putting on extra layers of clothing as the temperatures are falling like a brick. The cold front will trigger the area walleyes to start feeding again as we enter the month of February. Set up shop on frozen water as shallow as 6 feet next […]
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February 2015 – Heartwarming days ahead
2015.02.02 No Comments

With Valentine’s Day and a three-day weekend on February’s calendar, a winter getaway to our beautiful north woods may be the way to win your Valentine’s heart for the first time or all over again. The Polar Vortex is last year’s news. The days grow longer and the quiet, frozen lakes invite wildlife viewing. Eagles […]
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January 2015 – Resolve to celebrate winter
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The new year begins as a disappointment to snowmobilers and cross-country skiers, but there’s snow in the forecast. Fingers crossed. The ice on area lakes is thick after a string of overnight temperatures well below zero. Some ice houses have been out for weeks. Bait shop owners can tell you where the best spots are […]
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