A lifetime Minnesotan and father figure to many, one of America’s great outdoors writers died Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at the age of 68. continue reading ›
After the World Shooting and Recreation Complex in Sparta was closed last September due to the state budget crisis, many feared the Amateur Trapshooting Association would move the Grand American out of Illinois. But an agreement between ATA and DNR means the event will kick of next week. continue reading ›
Too many anglers associate perch fishing with hard water when summer can produce jumbo action for kids and adults alike. continue reading ›
Wisconsin Outdoor News’ Kristen Monroe shares thoughts from St. Croix Rods tour continue reading ›
People who like birds love spring migration because we see an array of brightly colored warblers (and a few drab ones) before they head farther north. Not all of them summer in Canada; in fact quite a few warblers nest… continue reading ›
Roosters survived a relatively tame winter, and spring nesting conditions have been above average across the upland bird belt continue reading ›
Big trout, a deep Western canyon, and a surly serpent highlight a morning of flyfishing on a classic coldwater fishery. continue reading ›
Representatives from the presidential campaigns of Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump took questions about guns, public lands, and other natural resource issues last week at the Hilton Fort Collins hotel. continue reading ›
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