There's much to like in the state for college and pro bass tournaments.
After organized search of nearly 180 lakes in 20 counties by 200 trained volunteers, invasive algae found in Grand Lake in Stearns County.
The too-big-for-one-weekend event at Armstrong Ranch Kennels near Anoka continues this weekend, starting up again Friday, Aug. 18 and then concluding Sunday, Aug. 20.
And fittingly, this year's DNR fair theme is "Wonderful Water."
The late season antlerless-only hunt is currently being proposed for Saturday, Jan. 6, to Sunday, Jan. 14, concurrent with the late chronic wasting disease hunt in deer permit area 603. The deer permit areas that are proposed to be included are 346, 348 and 349 in the far southeastern corner of the state.
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But as was the norm until the most recent closure, all walleyes caught must be released.
Ross will demonstrate her techniques at Game Fair and have some of the audience members shoot to provide examples of what can be done to improve.
Iowa's Rinehart archery shoot: 'This year we hope to skip the rain and welcome more than 1,000 participants'
Archers from Iowa and across Midwest to converge on Volga River State Recreation Area Aug. 18-20.
The Cabela's North American Bass Circuit's regular-season finale will be held Aug. 19 on Mille Lacs.
This year’s brood index came in at 3.68 broods per square mile, down 5 percent from last year. The statewide average since the survey began in 1955 is 2.59 broods per square mile. Overall brood size was up 8 percent from last year.
But for the most part, season framework similar to last year.
U.S. citizens have until August 28 to comment on Trump administration’s efforts to repeal Clean Water Rule.
Bemidji State University and Visit Bemidji will join B.A.S.S. as the host of the competition.
It says U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service had not sufficiently considered important factors, including how loss of historical territory would affect the predator's recovery and how removing the Great Lakes population segment from the endangered list would affect wolves in other parts of the nation.
The Minnesota Legislature granted the agency the authority to use tagging as a research tool. Legislative approval was needed because the agency is putting an invasive species back into the water for a period of weeks.
Iowa’s annual pheasant population survey begins with wildlife experts cautiously optimistic about what they hope to find.
Aaron Martens of Alabama claimed the $100,000 top prize Sunday.
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- Minnesota Outdoor News Fishing Report – Aug. 18, 2017
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