Showing posts from October, 2011

DNR seeking comments through Nov. 4 on permit to draw water from Poplar River

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is seeking public comment on a proposal for a temporary permit that would allow Lutsen Mountain Corporation (LMC) to continue to draw water from the Poplar River for its snowmaking operation. Normally, pumping operations would be discontinued due to the river's low flow, but the DNR is authorized by statute to allow exceptions under unique circumstances.  Read More - click here .
Sneak peek at the 2012 fleece hats. Available Nov. | 2011
The Summer Minnesota DNR Cleanup Review just recently was published on line.  The review highlights information pertaining to the Adopt-a-River cleanup efforts within the State on Minnesota.  In this issue you will find Minnesota Steelheader featured within the "on the water" section.  The write up highlights our efforts this past spring cleaning up our recently adoption of the Sucker River on the North Shore. For those of you interested in becoming more active within Minnesota Steelheader please contact us through our website or simply keep following our blog and facebook for more info.  We are working on an exciting agenda for 2012, starting with another overhaul to our website.  There are a few group events also on the horizon. Oh, and some cool embroidered fishing caps and fleece hats will be available soon.

Double-Up Buttercup

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy and the same is true for the folks at Minnesota Steelheader. O.k. we know they're not steelhead, but ya' gotta blow off a little steam while waiting for the steelies to come. Here are MS Director DB and Field Staffer TU with a salmon double from a recent mental health trip... And let's not forget Field Staffer Pete with a super bright hen! Blog & Facebook Contributor Jesse contemplating making a critical fly selection. And yes, he does bring his La-Z-Boy with him wherever he fishes. You should see him perched in the middle of the Knife at 500cfs! Note however the almost perfect utilization of Feng Shui; a sublimely Zen moment for sure... 'Till the Steelies Come Again- The Minnesota Steelheader Field Staff