Welcome to our Blog page. Each week we post an article about what makes Grand Rapids, Minnesota unique. Enjoy the read!
This week's Grand Rapids Ice Fishing Report brought to you by Tom Neustrom, professional fishing staff and guide. Tom has been inducted into the MN Fishing Hall of Fame and the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame. The weather has been good for getting out on the ice and anglers are busy moving from lake to [...]
Grand Rapids is a winter wonderland in northern Minnesota. This year we have added a trail camera at Zorbaz on Pokegama in Grand Rapids overlooking Pokegama Lake. In Grand Rapids you will find an abundance of outdoor recreation with over 3,000 miles of trails to ride, ski and bike. From snowmobile trails, cross country ski [...]
We are currently in peak spearing fishing season. The MN spear fishing season continues until February 25, 2018. This article is written by Jeff Johnson, owner of Northern Drift Outfitters. Northern Minnesota offers outdoor enthusiasts countless opportunities throughout our changing seasons. In with one season and out with the old. Midwinter spearing is a special time [...]
Grand Rapids is known for their trails; trails all year round. But, in the winter, the trails are stunning. Winter time in northern Minnesota will be cool and dusted in white powder, and SO fun! Fat Tire Biking There are several single track trails available to ride Fat Tire Bikes in Grand Rapids. The Grand [...]
This week's Grand Rapids Ice Fishing Report brought to you by Tom Neustrom. The cold weather definitely spread its wings of late an has sealed up the lakes in and around Grand Rapids. Ice conditions vary, but for the most part there is anywhere from 9-16 inches on most lakes. Caution should always be used. [...]
This week's Grand Rapids Ice Fishing report is brought to you by Tom Neustrom. The cold weather has finally come and it’s good for firming up the ice on several lakes. Walleye fishing has been fair, and with the colder weather of the last week, several a Grand Rapids area lakes have been fishable. Big Moose, [...]