Shelby Larson and Jeff Gustafson with their second-place trophies at the Crow Lake Classic this past weekend.
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A portrait of me taken in front of Miles Canyon just outside of Whitehorse, Yukon's capital city.
Mike Reid and Jeff Gustafson held up part of their catch from “Bassin' For Bucks” in Sioux Narrows over the weekend.
Heart transplant recipient Curtis Jourdain, right, shared big smiles with his parents, Glenn and Genevieve, from Toronto General Hospital as he was being discharged Friday afternoon. Curtis will stay with his family in Toronto over the next three months—or longer—as he continues to recover from the 16-and-a-half hour-long heart transplant surgery he received back on July 23.
Shelby and Susan Larson with a nice walleye from Lake of the Woods this past weekend.
The Top of the Nation wrestling camp and outdoor tournament, which was held in conjunction with the International Falls Bass Championship, was a hit on Saturday. Despite the weather forcing organizers to move the tournament indoors, there was still a great turnout with 50 wrestlers attending the camp.
Emma Kunkel in Rushing River Provincial Park near Kenora inspecting a bat's wing for damage caused by White Nose Syndrome.
Jeff and Scott with their trophy at the IFBC this past weekend.
Matthew Nelson with a nice pike he caught this past weekend on Lake of the Woods.
Construction could be seen the last few weeks at John Gavel Manufacturing Ltd. on Highway 11/71 just west of Emo. Jacob Christie, who is a planner at Gavel's, said the business has been fortunate and that the new space on the west side of the building is in response to a high volume of work.