Joe's Jottings by Joe Albert
Five weeks remain in this year’s legislative session. continue reading ›
A big part of the restoration has been regulations designed specifically to protect the slow-growing fish. continue reading ›
The spring conservation order is a great opportunity to see unbelievable flocks of snow geese. continue reading ›
A look back at bass tournaments gone by. continue reading ›
Bills in U.S. House and Senate could signal movement in wolf delisting continue reading ›
Gov. Mark Dayton’s proposal includes money for conservation and natural resources continue reading ›
A cautious approach is the way to go when it comes to Lake Mille Lacs’ smallmouth bass continue reading ›
Technology has changed the sport of ice fishing continue reading ›
Small game harvest report also shows ’15 ruffed grouse kill lowest in a decade continue reading ›
A contingent of Minnesotans – including lawmakers – sees an anti-muskie stance as a useful tool for a broader agenda continue reading ›
Muskie proponents have little time to derail lawmakers’ anti-muskie plans continue reading ›
About This Blog
Joe Albert is an outdoor journalist and author who has covered fishing, hunting and conservation since the early 2000s. He worked as a writer and editor at Outdoor News from 2004 to 2016, and ventured off on his own in April 2016. He contributes regularly to Outdoor News and other publications, including fieldandstream.com. He’s also the author of the game warden Tony Leach series of crime novels, which are set in northern Minnesota. His books are available at www.writerjoealbert.com, where he also blogs regularly. Joe and his wife live with their two children in Bloomington, Minn.
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