As winter retreats, guest speaker “Tackle” Terry Tuma talks river angling techniques with the youth of the Lakeville Fishing Club.
Birdwatchers across the northern United States have watched with concern, and awe, as wildlife cope with last weekend’s record-breaking snowstorm.
Cleaning walleyes quickly and efficiently is an art form, and there are various techniques anglers use in cleaning walleyes. In the video above, Mark Arnesen of Arnesen’s Rocky Point on the south shore of Lake of the Woods shows how…
So far, so good this season, but learning to adapt to conditions can make or break your fishing trip.
Find lush, green cabbage and coontail vegetation during late ice, and high-rising, slab crappies and aggressive bluegills may be nearby.
And thanks to technology, we now have access to more bird movement information than ever.
Clever new apps pique interest in the out-of-doors via smartphones for kids and adults alike.
Considering piscatorial uncertainties like … Can walleyes and other species learn? What are the most common angling mistakes? And what is “fishing history”?
Research program uses volunteer citizen scientists to monitor status of invasive house sparrows in North America.
Releasing fish helps protect the resource… except when it kills even more fish
As northern pike and walleye season wraps up on Minnesota’s inland waters, the author turns his focus to some of the best fishing of the year: late-ice panfish.
In the market for a new bird dog this spring? Start researching bloodlines now.
Ice fishing during winter’s coldest days demands complete attention to detail to increase your hookset odds.
By John L. Sloan Maybe one of the most important factors of hunting a mature buck – post-season scouting – is no longer important to some deer hunters, being replaced by feeders, supplemental feeding and trail cameras. But it is…
Create better hard-water angling experiences and catch more fish by staying warm and extending your adventures on the ice!
Birders clearly are witnessing an irruption of great gray and boreal owls in places like Minnesota's Sax Zim Bog this winter.
Remarkable new materials and technology allows bowhunters to step afield with excellent archery equipment, but test any new bow and ultimately spend what you want.
With best winter in years for ice fishing, forget the so-called mid-winter ice fishing blues and hit the ice now for heart-of-hard-water fishing.
With ice-fishing consumer sportshows in the rearview mirror, let’s tackle some excellent questions with answers that will improve your hard-water angling this winter.
Kristen Monroe talks with land specialist Aaron Milliken, a Whitetail Properties team leader, about ways to add value to recreational land. Milliken suggests projects such as timber sales, trails, and plantings.
Remember, deer meat doesn't taste “gamey.” Heat and improper field dressing of the animal will only make it taste that way.
Keeping the boat primed for river fishing and other soft-water, winter angling opportunities [video]
Open water within driving distance? Then follow these tips for productive casting and functional, safe boating all winter long.
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