From the Great Lakes to the Gunflint Trail to metro muskies, plan now for Minnesota and regional summer angling opportunities.
WriteOutdoors by Ron Hustvedt, Jr.
The Legislature should learn from Wisconsin’s mistakes, then enact policy changes this spring accommodating younger Gopher State rifle and slug hunters.
Firearms safety and autumn small game success mark another chapter in the development of the author’s son as a hunter.
After a day of paddling and portaging, blueberry season in a north country wilderness delivers a tasty treat for kids and adults alike.
Each of the three children fought and boated a fish to take home for a fish dinner; none of the dads were too upset for not boating fish of their own.
A family emergency prevented the author from speaking at a recent “Night with the Fishing Pros” fundraiser, but he shares his comments with Outdoornews.com.
Hone your skills in bird tracking and identifying other sign for better gobbler hunting during the long days of spring.
Lake of the Woods businesses expect steady hard-water angling for walleyes and other fish species through March 2017, maybe beyond.
Less than two weeks into its presidency, the Trump administration is strongly at odds with the press. Where does Outdoor News fit into that mix?
Multi-species ice fishing success begins by avoiding shelter cities and finding less-pressured waters
No animals were harmed in an impromptu hunting commercial that Hustvedt helped produce at Game Fair years ago… and now a makeover suddenly has gone viral
Eagerly awaiting hard water, on the eve of the St. Paul Ice Fishing Show, the author pens an ode to ice angling in North Country.
Mississippi River and other excellent Midwestern destinations for fishing autumn bronzebacks.
Writer and educator Ron Hustvedt inspired a crowd last Friday night with a presentation on building the next generation of hunters, anglers, and conservationists.
Want tough fighting fish? River angling offers multiple species of sportfish, less boating pressure, and endless structure for exploring on a hot summer day.
Improving your land for wildlife and water quality produces immediate environmental benefits plus better hunting and fishing this fall.
Take the kids to the library and find some classic outdoor literature, tackle and technique writing, or humor stories.
Each year, Outdoor News readers see a juggernaut of an article that Ron Hustvedt writes about big game hunts in the western United States.
Ample in number, Twin Cities whitetails have benefitted from an outdated iron curtain of discharge rules and zoning laws for too long.
Bring foodie and locavore cooking techniques to your duck and goose hunting trips for more productive days afield.
Wear lifejackets and be deliberate in your paddling and fishing approach, and the navigation of a summer river (or the BWCAW) need not be intimidating, even for a dad and the kids.
How walleye and bass fishermen respond to unstable weather and cold fronts defines our angling abilities more than any other factor.
Whether it’s bass, walleyes, pike, or perch… in any weather at any age, angling can bond parents and kids, friends and mere acquaintances, or even perfect strangers.
From Kabetogama in border country to traditional, inland, structure-filled forage smorgasbords, modern pike, bass, and walleye anglers have a multitude of early May angling options.
In a two-part blog, the author pitches runner-up angling ideas for walleyes, pike, and crappies come May 9.
About this blog
Ron Hustvedt is an outdoor writer, photographer and videographer from Minneapolis, MN who considers himself an avid angler and hunter. He especially enjoys being outdoors with his family whether camping, hiking, fishing, hunting or canoeing. Hustvedt has been an outdoor writer for more than 20 years and a middle school teacher for almost as long. Visit his website at www.WriteOutdoors.com or follow him on Twitter.
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