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August 3, 2021

Anchored In joins the chamber Anchored In is a collection of goods for your home, life and style. The store collections are infused with trending modern and coastal touches. The owner, Lisa Pfannenstein, opened the flagship location in the Nisswa Square collection of shops located on the south end of Main Street in Nisswa three years ago. During… More Info

The family-friendly and fun festival Walker Bay Day will return to Walker City Park Saturday Sponsored by the Leech Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, the mission of the event is to celebrate family values, community pride and commitment to the preservations of the Leech Lake area, its bountiful natural resources and cultural history. The day… More Info

August 2, 2021

Leisure Outdoor Adventures 218-821-5907-Business Phone 8-1-2021 Leech continues to give you opportunities but adaptability is still the key.  Early mornings, slip bobbers and leeches (8-12 fow), as fish slide deeper during the day, bobbers are still good (12-16 fow) or lindy rigs with crawlers or leeches. Jumbo perch are still nomadic and sporadic and… More Info

July 29, 2021

Quick quiz: name a local business that’s essential to the health and well-being of the community but also can be easily taken for granted. While many businesses might come to mind, one that everyone would agree on is the local garbage collection service. Admit it, folks. If the trash doesn’t get collected, life gets a… More Info

July 26, 2021

Fishing Report- Swanson’s Bait & Tackle Brought to us by Bill Hornung with Fish On Outdoors Walleye- Fishing remains up and down. Hot temps with no wind makes the bite tough. Northwest winds are in the forecast so that should make wind-blown points good areas to look for fish. Try depths of 13-22ft with lindy… More Info