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OUTDOORS BUSINESS

The 119-year-old Stormy Kromer torch is passed to a woman for the first time.
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Pick your fish species, rod size and colors, and the Chisholm resident will do the rest.
Conservationists have spent years trying to stave off a national decline in hunting and fishing, but the 2020 pandemic appears to have righted a sinking ship.
Jeff Roste has 35,000 Marshmallow Mitts in a warehouse, and 35,000 Hot Dog Mitts coming in July.

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Ridge Top Outdoors owners Justin and Brittany Schuver's love for the outdoors sparked the couple’s decision to open the Bemidji storefront just under a year ago. 
Slocum Taxidermy opened in 1995; has grown to include customers throughout Midwest, including Scheels.
Looking for an outdoor-oriented job? The Dyrt is hiring during the pandemic camping craze.
Pete's Surplus is a pop and son operated sporting goods store that continues to enjoy strong patronage in the face of competition from big destination stores. Friendly service, its location in an area with lots of outdoor opportunities, and a wide variety of camping, fishing and hunting gear along with military surplus, groceries, boots and more make it a favorite stop with many.
Northstar Canoes among the region's businesses to thrive as enthusiasts flock to the outdoors.
Lodges and resorts in parts of northwestern Ontario have seen a nearly 100% decline in business.

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Reading about the expansion of outdoors opportunities is one of the most enjoyable aspects of paging through Mitzel's book, "40 Years of Dakota Country Magazine." Published in 2019, the book is a trip down memory lane not only for the magazine, but for tracing the explosive growth of world-class hunting and fishing in North Dakota.
Doug and Roxanne Harthan run fly fishing classes through Front 20 Outfitters.
An opportunity to purchase what is now Mitlyng's Bait and Tackle sounded like a good idea to two brothers who loved to hunt and fish back in 1974. One of those brothers has stayed with it ever since, knowing that his customers still consider a bait shop near the Lac qui Parle dam a very good idea indeed.

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