As winter retreats, guest speaker “Tackle” Terry Tuma talks river angling techniques with the youth of the Lakeville Fishing Club.
Two big news items! The Minnesota Office of the Legislative Auditor released a long-awaited deer report today. And during the next five days, multiple events will highlight sportsmen support for public lands.
A population estimate completed this year shows there are some 67,000 smallmouth bass in the 128,000-acre lake.
Modern kayaks and canoes have opened up a whole new world of smaller waters for savvy anglers in urban and rural areas alike.
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Only three meetings are currently scheduled in the metro, but more reportedly in the works; plan establishes an annual statewide harvest target of 200,000 deer.
Weather, food, and calling vocalizations will play huge roles in bagging a gobbler during April.
Lanesboro hatchery needs $5 million in repairs/improvements, agency says.
A seasoned birdwatcher and bird-of-prey professional offers her perspective at the bizarre scene from the Minnesota Twins 2018 home opener.
Thanks in part to this long-lasting winter and cold temps, there may not be any eaglets in the nest at all this year.
The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League reportedly has already added 15 to 20 teams this year.
And thanks to technology, we now have access to more bird movement information than ever.
Nonprofit group dedicated to helping physically disabled men and women to hunt and fish.
Agency counts 97 elk, up from 79 in 2017 and 83 in 2016.
Four Minnesotans also named honorable mention; Great Lakes region has strong presence.
Pare down your selection for this spring hunting season to maximize your gobbler conversations.
In making the announcement, Zinke, presents a ceremonial check to the Wisconsin DNR for nearly $35 million while visiting the Horicon Marsh State Wildlife Area.
Project eyes erosion-prone gullies where conservation fixes would improve water quality, habitat.
The rules apply to more than 260 miles of the river between Wabasha, Minn., and Rock Island, Ill.
Alabama angler goes back-to-back in Bassmaster Classic; Minnesota's Feider 18th.
New legislation threatens the Conservation Reserve Program, and the Northwest Sportshow means it’s time to honor Hall of Fame anglers plus the Outdoor News Person of the Year.
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