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Ontario fishing trip turns grandkids into muskie addicts

August 11, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Their enthusiasm knew no bounds. When we came in for the day at dusk, they headed for the end of the dock and continued fishing.
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Muskie fever can lead to ‘horrible addiction,’ serious anglers say

June 2, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

As another season of muskie fishing gets under way Minnesota’s muskie opener was Saturday and Ontario’s season opens June 16 these are good times for Pearson and others like him. Spurred by a catch-and-release ethic and sound fisheries management, muskie populations are thriving in many places. Continue Reading

Public nudity laws unconstitutional? Ontario court to rule on challenge

January 12, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

A man who allegedly went through fast food drive-thrus while naked and pretended to get a wallet out of his non-existent back pocket is challenging the laws. Continue Reading

Polar bear populations in Manitoba, Ontario all but doomed, expert says

November 17, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Wildlife biologist Ian Stirling, who’s been studying polar bears for 41 years, believes it is now too late to prevent the species from being extirpated from the shores of Hudson Bay. Continue Reading

Scientists urge protection of large boreal forest along Manitoba-Ontario border

September 29, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

More than 75 scientists from around the world have waded into a contentious Manitoba election issue and are urging the province to protect one of the Earth’s largest intact boreal forests. Continue Reading

Chant serves up entertaining mix of walleyes, stories

July 2, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

An independent fishing and hunting guide who works for several camps in Nestor Falls, Ont., a tourist Mecca about an hour north of the Minnesota border, Trevor Chant’s career path has taken him from his hometown of Weymouth, Dorset, in the south of England and across the world. Continue Reading

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