Northland anglers, wildlife caught between seasonsAnglers are getting twitchy about the fishing opener. Whitetail fawns are dying up north. Steelheaders are iced out of North Shore streams. Fisheries biologists wonder when they’ll be able to strip walleye eggs for stocking. Here’s a look at how this stubborn winter is affecting fish, wildlife and the people who pursue them.
By: Sam Cook, Duluth News Tribune