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Outdoor Adventures

Pleasant, Clearwater, Lake Francis, Cedar Lake, and Granite Lake are popular area lakes for catching northern pike, try using sucker minnows at 12-14 ft. Lake John and Pleasant Lake are active with crappies and sunfish at 12-15 ft., and on Clearwater and Sugar Lakes during the evening hours,...
A recreational vehicle, also known as an RV or a camper, can be a worthwhile investment for people who want to travel at their leisure. RVs offer the benefit of traversing the open road without having to sacrifice the comforts of home. The RV market has been hot over the last couple of years as...
Anglers are finding it has been too cold to get out on the area lakes and chase sunfish, but with the weather improving, try lakes such as Sylvia, Francis, Indian, Granite, and Marie at the 12-15 ft. range. Crappies, on Indian, Rock, Union, Francis, and Little Maple Lake, are still being found...
When tying the knot, couples continue to do so in familiar venues. Houses of worship, hotels and country clubs remain wildly popular wedding venues. Couples who want to stray from that norm often look for unique locations to say "I do," and there's no shortage of special spots to do just that....
You’ll find a few walleyes early and late each day on Clearwater Lake, Sugar Lake, and Pleasant Lake at 18-25 ft. by using fathead or shiner minnows and dead sticks. On Granite, Clearwater, Pleasant, and Maple Lakes, using sucker minnows at 12-15 ft. are the ticket for catching pike. Anglers are...
Tailgating at the big game is a time-honored and beloved tradition for millions of football fans. Tailgates tend to be parties in parking lots, and no party is complete without food. The best teams in the National Football League will battle it out on the gridiron in their quest for a championship...
Some of the area lakes have 10-14 inches of ice and a few people have started driving out on them, or you can use ATVs everywhere. Anglers are having success catching northern pike at 10-14 ft. using sucker minnows on most lakes. Sunfish and crappies are abundant between 10-20 ft. on Pleasant Lake...
A big advantage of retiring is having more leisure time to travel, and millions of seniors capitalize on that free time every day. Seniors spend more on travel and leisure than any other demographic, according to the United States Census Bureau. The international travel agency Virtuoso says the...
Ice depths vary from 8 to 12 inches on most of the area lakes. The use of ATVs remains the best travel option at this point. Sunfish and crappies can be located at 9-15 ft. on Indian, Maple, Pleasant, Clearwater, Granite and Rock Lakes. Fish Clearwater, Granite, Pleasant, Sugar, and Lake Francis,...
Winter may chill things down, but tailgating season is still hot. While the National Football League season gets started when the leaves still haven't changed colors, it runs through the heart of the winter, with the season culminating on February 13. But that's not the only professional sports...

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