Baby wood ducks; after hatching in a nesting box, making the leap to the ground and heading to the lake.
Will you be shore fishing on the Minnesota fishing opener? Regardless, a video from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to help get you in the mood for fishing Minnesota’s epic annual event.
Video from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to get anglers in the mood for the upcoming state open-water fishing opener on Saturday, May 13. Not that most Minnesota anglers need any help.
Outdoors advocates, conservationists, a landowner and a politician gather in a rural setting, voice concerns over Minnesota Legislature’s recent handling of buffers.
Shelby makes it four K9s in the program, which provides another tool in prevention efforts.
DNR auction of confiscated guns, bows and more: Three-year buildup means sizable inventory, crowds, funding for programs (video)
Drawing an estimated 3,500 attendees, first such auction since 2014 raises more than $270,000 for DNR’s Game and Fish Fund.
Wisconsin angler encounters first ‘wiper’ in Hoosier country.
Using a double hook technique will allow you to go through heavy cover and brush.
Best thing to do — while also avoiding being gored — was to try to shoot off one of the antlers. Third attempt was the charm.
Farmington, Minn. — Crews from the Minnesota DNR’s East Metro Fisheries office stocked 3,000 11- to 12-inch rainbow trout into several runs of Dakota County’s Vermillion River this morning, Friday, April 7. For story, photo gallery, click here.
With the Minnesota trout opener looming on April 15, DNR Fisheries crews were planting thousands of rainbows in the south-metro coldwater fishery.
An honest explanation as to why Kristen Monroe hunts with her family
Harvest more turkeys with these simple hunting tips and tactics
He embraces the important role hunting plays in his life as the youngest in the “Raised Hunting” family.
David Holder of “Raised Hunting” fame talks about what it means for his family to serve as headliners for the 2017 Outdoor News Deer and Turkey Classic. (Brian Peterson photo)For the last three years, David and Karin Holder and their sons Warren and Easton have brought their “the-family-that-hunts-together-stays-together” mentality to the Outdoor Channel with “Raised Hunting,” a show about an average American…
Minnesota Outdoor News editor Tim Spielman, left, and Outdoor News Man of the Year Ray Gildow. (Brian Peterson photo)Ray Gildow, a legendary guide — he is, after all, part of the legendary Nisswa Guides League — and a longtime volunteer and conservation advocate is Outdoor News’ Man of the Year. Gildow was recognized and presented with the award at the…
Rarely seen footage of several Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) from unique perspectives.
Paul Agranoff, of Isanti Minnesota, with a painting done by Ron Nelson of Paul’s dog “Ti” for the Outdoor News online photo contest.
Maj. Greg Salo, Minnesota DNR Enforcement Division operations manager, shares some tips on how to stay safe during the firearms deer season.
A new muskie size limit, and a crossbow season for hunters age 60 and older highlighted the outdoors policy issues at the Minnesota State Capitol this spring.
Outdoor News Editor Rob Drieslein explains why the Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund needs support from sportsmen NOW.
Minnesota bullheads go to the Big Apple.
See the story on page 34 in the Oct. 10th issue of the Minnesota edition.
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