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Bonnie and Bruce Anderson of Duluth stand in the doorway of the old fish house that they own on the shore of Lake Superior in Beaver Bay. The Beaver Bay Club, which owns the property, has filed an eviction complaint to have the 1890's-vintage building removed. Behind the Andersons are boats that were used by commercial fishermen until about eight years ago. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)

Couple fighting to save historic fish house in Beaver Bay

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A wooden fish house that has withstood countless Lake Superior storms since hardy Norwegian fishermen built it 115 years ago may soon come down.

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The nonprofit Beaver Bay Club -- which owns the lakefront property on which the fish house stands in Beaver Bay -- recently began the legal process to evict Bruce and Bonnie Anderson, the Duluth couple who own the building.

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