The 15-pound, 13-ounce fish was caught this morning on the Missouri River in Bismarck.
More than a hundred charges filed in investigation of wildlife poaching that has spanned Oregon and Washington state lines and allegedly left dozens of animals shot illegally and sometimes left to rot.
Hike or paddle the trails and waterways of the North Country these days, and you’ll witness borderline mind-boggling nest-building and rearing of young critters.
Consider monitoring prairie grouse from a public viewing blind in Minnesota or the Dakotas.
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The draft plan builds on existing efforts of state, federal, and local agencies and private organizations and individuals and covers a 16-state region stretching from Texas to the Upper Midwest that encompasses the primary production and migratory habitat areas for eastern monarchs.
Antlered mule deer licenses increased by 150 from last year, antlerless mule deer by 550, antlered whitetail by 150 and antlerless whitetail by 150.
Moose mecca Maine looks to boost hunting permits – by 20 percent, to 2,500 – but time to apply winding down
AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine is about to close the door on application submissions to this year's moose lottery. Actually, the state is closing the web browser, as it's only taking online applications this year. The deadline to apply for the…
Of the approximately 33,000 signatures on the petition, about 400 originated within Wyoming.
The tribal, state and federal coalition has had success in downgrading Apache trout from endangered to threatened, a rare victory in the conservation world. But the progress can be fragile.
Social media is already abuzz with morel madness as hunters try to determine whether the mushroom that can appear overnight and remain maddeningly elusive is showing up locally.
Four men part of a larger ring of at least nine alleged poachers who have been charged in Washington with illegally hunting and killing animals, including bears and bobcats.
To put more fish in the boat this spring, use electronics and switch tactics until you identify a hot technique
Boaters who have their watercraft inspected for AIS in 2018 will be eligible to win outdoor-related prizes in the Wyoming AIS Boater Appreciation Raffle. The grand prize features two kayaks, and secondary prizes include a guided trout fishing trip.
Though border-water angling has been underway for weeks, Minnesota’s fishing season starts Saturday, May 12, and walleyes and jigs go hand-in-hand.
CPW will also donate fillets from 25 northern pike and eight smallmouth bass captured during the walleye project. All three species are considered a significant threat to native fish recovery efforts.
Biologists counted 2,540 mule deer over 245.8 square miles during this year’s survey. That's 45 percent above the long-term average, with overall mule deer density in the badlands at 10.3 deer per square mile, down only slightly from 10.9 in 2017, and well above low of 4.6 in 2012.
The hope is that a monthslong experiment to release low, steady flows of water from Glen Canyon Dam will give the eggs that bugs lay just below the water's surface a better chance at survival, giving fish better opportunities to feed, bulk up.
For the ninth consecutive year, the success rate of deer hunters in North Dakota in 2017 was below the 70 percent threshold that state wildlife officials consider a good season. Hunter success rate is one of the factors considers when determining deer licenses numbers, and "It very well may look like the number of licenses issued in 2017. It doesn't jump out that there could be a great increase coming.''
The hunt will also be limited to bull moose in the northeastern corner of the state.