Minnesota angler breaks state record for the once-endangered fish, and then releases it back into the river.
Spring-fed creeks along the St. Croix River are still open and tinkling along even when the air temperature dives far below freezing.
Photos and videos capture the beautiful transition from open water — as the river goes through a unique seasonal cycle.
As huge chunks of ice float downstream, they are wreaking havoc on some local businesses.
Celebrate 50 years of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway in February with St. Croix Valley Interpretive Association Partners.
With the ice increasing, liquid and frozen water combine to create unique images.
Northwoods Angling crew spends another night fishing and filming on the ice, getting an up-close look at one of the river’s most enigmatic species.
Spend a night in the shack with Northwoods Angling as they reel in a bunch of big, old fish.
Waiting and watching for the ice to go and spring to return to the St. Croix River.
There is no closed season for pursuing rocks.