The same regulation has been in place since the May 2017 fishing opener.
Matthew Swanson of Woodbury caught a 45-1/4-inch pike on the Rainy River, besting the first-ever C&R pike record, set recently, by nearly two inches.
Thanksgiving goose? Most waterfowl opportunities dwindling, but Canada goose field hunting still worthwhile
Canada goose numbers remain good in many areas and should provide some opportunity for goose hunters over the next week, especially in central and southern Minnesota.
An early deep freeze has anglers across north country eager to launch the 2018-19 ice fishing season.
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Ice fishing has evolved in truly revolutionary ways during the past decade. Gone are the days of sitting on a pail for hours at a time, jigging with a “rod” that had more in common with a broomstick than with a precision angling instrument.
The 2019 walleye stamp will feature Stephen Hamrick’s painting of a walleye swimming at night under a full moon near an angler’s leech-baited hook and slip bobber. It's the 11th time he's won a DNR stamp contest.
DNR focuses the harvest on mature female fish, which are in abundance in the lake, and hence the new slot, the agency says.
Grad student’s dissertation asks hunters to help answer age-old question: What’s eating those gutpiles?
According to Minnesota Waterfowl Migration and Hunting Report, species diversity continues to change as ducks move into and out of the state.
Researchers with the DNR are monitoring about 30 radio-collared black bears across the state, and asked hunters to voluntarily avoid shooting these valuable research subjects. They obliged.
Fish measured 43-1/2 inches and was caught by a member of the Women Anglers of Minnesota.
Hunter numbers have declined significantly from earlier this season, according to Minnesota Waterfowl Migration and Hunting Report.
Four wolves hailing from extreme northeastern Minnesota already are consuming moose carcasses on the Lake Superior island.
Attendees that hunted ranged in age from 14 to 91. Those hunters encountered wet fields that delayed the fall harvest, yet yielded 26 roosters during the morning hunt.
Minnesota Waterfowl Migration and Hunting Report: ring-necked ducks up, wood ducks and blue-winged teal down
The first three weeks of duck season have been the coldest recorded in at least the last 50 years.
Since the contest’s inception in 1934, only one stamp prominently has featured a canine, and the author believes it’s time to give our hunting companions their due credit once again.
Though the author has never convinced a bird to admit it has an alcohol problem, she has indeed helped intoxicated birds “sleep it off.”
Weekend festivities kick off on Friday afternoon with a dedication of the Rooster Ridge Wildlife Management Area.
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