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Spring is here! and in the Upper Midwest eyes turn to Walleye and Trout. Mn Stream Trout Season Now Underway. Click on picture above for MNDNR info. With another season check back on OAM for great family friendly helpful fishing resources and informative articles by fishermen.

Fly Fishing the Canadian Rockies.

For this fly-fishing newbie, a three-week camping trip in the Canadian Rockies seems a little daunting. I guess it is never too late to get into fly-fishing. Although I have been fishing for over thirty years, for just about every species that swims in the Midwest and have camped in some remote places in Minnesota and Ontario, Canada, I am going after a new target, Cutthroat and Bull Trout.READ MORE in safe pdf download>

Why Fly-Fish?

Have you ever asked this question? If you would like to catch the bug of fly-fishing but not sure where to start this article curtesy of the MNDNR will get you started.READ MORE in safe pdf download>

For more information on fishing Minnesota from the MNDNR Fishing MN

The River has eyes!

It’s getting to be that time of year again where we are trading the ice gear in for the summer tackle, but as every angler knows with this comes exciting new adventures. The lakes are opening up in Minnesota making way for crappies feeding in shallow, bluegills on their beds, or one of my favorites, jigging for giant river walleyes. Over the last few years a few of us have planned an early spring trip to the Rainy River in pursuit of getting our picture taken with large spring walleyes. READ MORE in safe pdf download>





This season volunteers with Outdoor Adventures Magazine will be participating with the Minnesota DNR Fisheries Steelhead Genetics Project. More information can be obtained through Nick Peterson Fish Specialist MNDNR Duluth

MNDNR Lake Superior Area Fisheries Office                                                    

MNDNR Fishing

MN Seelhead Genetics Project

Minnesota North Shore Rivers – Currant Flow Data Links:

River flow is a vitally important factor for understanding fish movement in the grand scheme of steelhead fishing. Flow is arguably the single-most important variable when taken in the context of fish movement, just as temperatures dictate when fish begin to run, when they spawn, where they locate within a stream, and when they are the most vulnerable to bait or fly presentations.


Past fishing features

The following pdf articles have been featured in previous issues of Outdoor Adventures Magazine.


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