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.
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.
Shed antler hunting in the winter woods a good way to get the dog some exercise.
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
You can read too much about dog training
Joe Albert brings home a golden retriever
Too many fishermen put away their topwater baits when summer ends
Small game harvest report also shows ’15 ruffed grouse kill lowest in a decade
Well-known outdoor writer simply connected with people
An encounter with a bear is always a neat experience
Even as the air and water temperatures rise, targeting bass in shallow water can pay dividends
A mushroom-head jig and plastic worm is the ultimate multi-species tool
When we let them, kids are capable of more than we might believe
A contingent of Minnesotans – including lawmakers – sees an anti-muskie stance as a useful tool for a broader agenda
Muskie proponents have little time to derail lawmakers’ anti-muskie plans
Most crappie anglers head shallow in the spring, but staying off the shoreline can pay dividends
DNR proposal in northeastern Minnesota would hold down deer numbers in moose range
Minnesota legislative session kicks off March 8, but session already taking shape