Rob Drieslein

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DU parts ways with ‘Closing Time’ columnist

DU parts ways with ‘Closing Time’ columnist

Article on the battle between Montana landowner and sportsmen over public trout stream access costs writer a longtime gig with Ducks Unlimited magazine

November 2015
The mentor, the editor, and the holey boat [Video]

The mentor, the editor, and the holey boat [Video]

Slamming big bluegills via ice-fishing tactics on October’s open water with hard-water master Dave Genz.

October 2015
Minnesotans sound off on C&R, AIS requirements, and lead ammo

Minnesotans sound off on C&R, AIS requirements, and lead ammo

Annual Minnesota State Fair poll shows interesting, albeit nonbinding public opinions on several hunting and fishing issues.

October 2015
Time ticking for important conservation funding… plus a Bigfoot phone call!

Time ticking for important conservation funding… plus a Bigfoot phone call!

Without a groundswell of support from hunters, anglers, and the general public, the important Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) officially expires on Sept. 30.

September 2015
Becoming a hunter-gatherer: chasing north country wild rice

Becoming a hunter-gatherer: chasing north country wild rice

Minnesota produced a bumper crop of what the Ojibwe call manoomin in 2015, but a day attempting to harvest it via traditional methods produced mostly tired muscles with a healthy dose of good memories for the author and a companion.

September 2015
Q&A with USFWS Director Dan Ashe in the Twin Cities

Q&A with USFWS Director Dan Ashe in the Twin Cities

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe talks gray wolves, Cecil the lion, Land and Water Conservation Fund, duck management, and his commitment to public lands during an interview with Rob Drieslein.

August 2015
And the 2015 Outdoor News Outdoor Leaders Award recipient is…

And the 2015 Outdoor News Outdoor Leaders Award recipient is…

Outdoor News, Inc. launched the Outdoor Leaders Award in 2012 at Game Fair to recognize Minnesota conservation group chapters working hard for wildlife habitat at the grassroots level. A certain MDHA chapter exemplifies the cause. 

August 2015
Cecil the lion, Walter Palmer, and emotions gone wild

Cecil the lion, Walter Palmer, and emotions gone wild

The outcry and disturbing rush to judgement over an African big game hunting story exposes the sorry, dysfunctional state of public discourse in the 21st century digital world.

July 2015
Summer road-tripping to the Badlands and Black Hills of South Dakota

Summer road-tripping to the Badlands and Black Hills of South Dakota

Wildlife, national parks, forests and grasslands, monuments, and a classic tourist trap draw the family truckster west from Minnesota.

July 2015
A surprise encounter with a South Dakota Badlands bighorn sheep

A surprise encounter with a South Dakota Badlands bighorn sheep

America’s national parks contain beautiful and amazing but wild and sometimes dangerous big game that demand we pay attention and trek with respect.

June 2015
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