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Fergus Falls VFW Post 612 Auxiliary Presents: their annual kids pre-Halloween celebration! Featuring the opportunity to mingle with local community heroes! Veterans, Military, Firefighters, EMT, and Law Enforcement personnel and their vehicles will greet children and pass out candy.
Disorderly resorts…crazed magicians…public executions. Fake news? Not on your life. These are true stories from actual events that will be told at the Otter Tail County Historical Society’s Haunted Museum on Friday, October 27, at 7 p.m. Halloween allows the historical society to revisit some of Otter Tail County’s most notorious people and events. The county’s history is filled with stories that are shocking, spine tingling and bizarre. Taken directly from local historical accounts, readers will present stories of grisly murders, weird events and other blood-curdling tales. Since many of the stories have become the stuff of legend, the truth has often been obscured. The Haunted Museum is an opportunity to go beyond the rumors to get the true gory details. Do you know what really happened on the pig farm? Come and find out. Admission to the Haunted Museum is $6. Due to the nature of the stories, parental discretion is advised. For more information call 218-736-6038 or visit our website atwww.otchs.org.
2013 Photo Contest Winners: People Category
Congrats to our winners of the 2013 Otter Tail Lakes Country Photo Contest: People Category. For many, summers in the Otter Tail Lakes Country is about family – and family traditions! That appears to be the case for Sally Mathern who captured these beautiful shots of her grandkids!
Minnesota Fishing Report
Patterns have been difficult to predict, and fishing has slowed somewhat during this mid-January timeframe. Currently, panfish are producing the most action and can usually be found around the vegetation in many area lakes. Because panfish are a common food source for both northern pike and bass, if there is a school of panfish, most likely northern pike and bass can be found nearby. Northern pike are currently the most active predator fish, while walleye fishing has been slow. Historically, walleye fishing can be difficult during this time of the year. For those anglers reporting successful outings, walleyes are being pulled from 17-35 feet of water on fat heads and jigs. Glow hooks have also produced fish for night anglers, however, the best color of the glow hook will depend on the lake you’re fishing. Vehicle travel on the lakes is fair; please use caution when driving any vehicle on the lakes. Minnesota Fishing Report by: Ross Hagemeister Meister Guide Service