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Looking Back at Another Year By Gary Howey

  It’s the time of the year, when temperatures are dropping and the northwest wind is making a visit to our part of the country.   I’m in the office working with my computer, hating to think that I’ll have to head outside again, when I think about...

Looking Back at Another Year By Gary Howey

  It’s the time of the year, when temperatures are dropping and the northwest wind is making a visit to our part of the country.   I’m in the office working with my computer, hating to think that I’ll have to head outside again, when I think about...

Late fall is prime time for big smallies by Larry Myhre

Reprinted from the Sioux City Journal WEBSTER, S.D. — When those big old cottonwoods begin shedding their bright yellow leaves, there awakens in me an almost uncontrollable desire to be on the water.             And not just any water.             No, I begin to dream...

Fall fishing heating up on natural lakes By Larry Myhre

Reprinted from the Sioux City Journal  There’s no better way to judge the quality of a fishing lake than variety. Lake Poinsett, that 7,903-acre glacial lake just a few miles west of Estelline, S.D., certainly lived up to that billing last weekend. Gary Howey,...

Lake of the Woods Fishing: Vast, Beautiful and Productive By Gary Howey

  As we made our way out of Zippel Bay on the Resorts thirty-foot charter boat, the lighthouse marker appeared on the rock jetty with Lake of the Woods looming out before us.   Nick Painovich captained the boat with Captain Mitch Cole who had 40-years as a charter...