Legislative action in St. Paul goes dark around fishing opener, but there’s plenty of political theater remaining for sportsmen this session.
For some anglers, opening day means trout aplenty.
Five weeks remain in this year’s legislative session.
A big part of the restoration has been regulations designed specifically to protect the slow-growing fish.
First season kicks off April 12.
Taking photographs can seem painful, but it’s worth the effort.
The spring conservation order is a great opportunity to see unbelievable flocks of snow geese.
A look back at bass tournaments gone by.
St. Paul — The next phase in the battle against chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota’s Fillmore County has commenced. U.S. Department of Agriculture-Wildlife Services sharpshooters spent this week preparing to begin targeting deer in relatively small areas around where a total of eight animals have tested positive since last fall. They’ll begin removal operations next week. “We’re trying to…
A look back at bass tournaments gone by
Shed antler hunting in the winter woods a good way to get the dog some exercise.
St. Paul — Confirmation won’t come until later this week, but a sixth white-tailed deer in Fillmore County in southeastern Minnesota likely will test positive for chronic wasting disease. A hunter killed the adult female during the special hunt that concluded Jan. 15. The deer was killed about a half-mile from where the first positive animals were killed last year….
Bills in U.S. House and Senate could signal movement in wolf delisting
Gov. Mark Dayton’s proposal includes money for conservation and natural resources
A cautious approach is the way to go when it comes to Lake Mille Lacs’ smallmouth bass
Technology has changed the sport of ice fishing
Remaining samples all test negative
Howard Lake septuagenarian in lawn chair ‘stand’ shoots 36-pointer
A buck saunters into view, and Albert ends his deer-hunting dry spell
Appeal to Minnesota Supreme Court could be next
You can read too much about dog training
Study results have Minnesota on alert over CWD prevalence in Iowa and Wisconsin St. Paul, Minn. — Researchers for the first time have shown that declines in free-ranging deer populations occur as a result of high prevalence of chronic wasting disease (CWD). The eight-year study, done in east-central Wyoming, showed a 10.4-percent annual decline. The results were published in the…
It’s difficult to look into a crystal ball and figure out exactly what’s in store for duck hunters when the season opens Saturday, but signs point to a good start.
Joe Albert brings home a golden retriever
CWD surveillance in southeastern Minnesota set to begin with bow opener
Index is below 10-year average