“It’s time to put on your long underwear. Slip on some wool socks and a sweater. Climb into your snow pants. Pull down your stocking cap. And grab your fishing gear. It’s fun to hike across the ice imagining hungry sunnies or walleyes lurking below. It’s an adventure to hang out around an ice hole with friends and family, telling stories and holding a funny looking fishing rod as you wait for a bite. And it’s thrilling when your bobber suddenly vanishes down the hole, and you pull a slippery fish from the water with a splash.”
Looking for a list of places to ice fishing Minnesota usatoday.com offers us a list of lakes:
It’s no surprise with Minnesota’s unpredictable elements, we love our days out in the sun. We tend to lock ourselves inside for most of the winter and at the first sign of nice weather we’re busy with yard work, vacations, fishing, boating, swimming and anything else we can do outside. We’re always on the lookout for exciting activities which allow us to enjoy as much summer as possible. To that end, in today’s blog we’ve collected a few things you and your family can do outdoors this summer.
The Minnesota State Fair has something for everyone, but when the temperatures peak and there are thousands of people roaming the streets, it’s no secret the fair can get a little sticky. We’ve put together some tips for keeping cool at the fair and have included a few fun facts for when you visit the Great Minnesota Get Together.
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