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.
May 9, 2017
While event has been held on the Mississippi River in the past, Gov. Mark Dayton will see a much different Mississippi in the greater St. Cloud area when he helps kick off the season — a shallower, more lazy river that calls for different angling techniques than those used on lakes and big rivers.
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The 2017 Muskellunge Angler Survey will gather information about muskellunge angler demographics and catch data. Muskellunge anglers have been surveyed since 2014, but only online since 2016.
Wisconsin family travels to Florida to escape last spasms of winter – and to do some saltwater fishing.
South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department wants to cut the number of deer hunting licenses and tags available for the next two years by more than 10,000.
The round goby could eventually infect 17 percent of the state’s inland waters if it gets further into the Lake Winnebago system.
Pair of cranes has nested at White River Marsh Wildlife Area for the first time, expanding the nesting range in the state in Green Lake County and acting as an important backup to the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge. Meanwhile, two cranes nesting in Necedah are the first to nest in the state resulting from a released “parent-reared” crane.
Cross-fostering project aimed at boosting genetic diversity among wolves in the wild in New Mexico and Arizona.