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This weekend will feature hot tempeatures across parts of the Dakotas with a little cooler weather to the east.
Last year at this time, the whole area was in a terrible drought and lake levels were so low that many folks who have cabins or live on area lakes couldn’t get their boats off the lifts. This summer we’ve been blessed with nice rains and high water levels.
The multi-agency effort will help verify data collected by traditional research boats and crews.
In this Northland Outdoors podcast, host Chad Koel talks with Juten, known on social media as Ali UpNorth. The Duluth resident is the lead Northland Outdoors ambassador, a group of social media and outdoor enthusiasts who help promote the brand.

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Gov. Tim Walz announced the annual angling event would take place in Mankato for the first time.
The meetings result from the discovery of chronic wasting disease in the Climax area of northwest Minnesota and in Grand Rapids city limits.
Conservation officers Ben Huener and Tony Elwell worked the Red River of the North with a North Dakota game warden checking catfish anglers.
DNR's annual surveys help determine fish populations, lake management, stocking strategies
In Minnesota, colonies of ring-billed, herring, and Franklin’s gulls breed and nest on secluded islands and shores of certain lakes and wetlands. The enormous Lake of the Woods offers preferred nesting habitat for herring gulls, while the Franklin’s gull, a species of special concern in Minnesota, nests within a few prairie marshes of the state.
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As outdoors activities go, this would be his last kick at the can for the foreseeable future. Chemotherapy was complete, but a stem cell transplant – an equally arduous step on his journey to recovery – awaited.

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The third edition of "Rock Climbing Minnesota" details more than 1,100 routes and includes more voices in each description and more photos of women, people of color and LGBTQ climbers.
The Minnesota Deer Hunters Association is now accepting applications from potential candidates for an executive director position through Aug. 26.
In North Dakota, baiting for deer now is prohibited in Unit 2B south of Grand Forks.

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