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Feel the Rush of the Flush

In the Northeast plains of South Dakota, there lies a vast area of land, over 322,000 acres, that is home to the world’s most prestigious hunting grounds for ring-necked pheasants. Hunters from all over the globe convene upon these grasslands every year, from October to January, to take their shot at bagging their limit of Roosters. This area is Brown County, and at the heart of it, is the city of Aberdeen. 

Give Us Your Best Shot Photo Contest Entries

1/565 Grandson first deer opening weekend! Show Caption Hide Caption 2/565 Beautiful Great Blue Heron was picked up by my trail camera landing in a small swamp near my deer stand in mid November Show Caption Hide Caption 3/565 This is a view from one of our favorite stands on the property- “The Corner Stand”. I’ve had one of my…

Illinois Archery Directory 2020

Scheels 3801 S. Macarthur Blvd, Springfield IL 271-726-6330 Strictly Archery 401 Earl Rd., Shorewood IL 915-741-0900 The Hardcore Shop 4200 MBL Drive, Ottawa IL 815-315-4464 The Outdoorsman Sport Shop 221 Sheridan Road, Winthrop Harbor, IL 847-746-1331 Griswold Archery 1565 IL 164 – 4 Miles West of Galesburg, Cameron IL 309-342-7889

2020 Outdoor News Huntin’ Buddy Photo Contest Gallery

1/140 When I saw this add I couldn’t help but submit this photo in memory of my good friend. My husband and I lost him to cancer a few weeks ago and I thought this would be a good way to honor his memory. He was my best friend, a mama’s boy except for during the hunt. He loved being…

Pennsylvania Outdoor News Calendar – May 8, 2020

Banquets/Fundraisers May 9: Central PA RMEF Banquet, 5 p.m., Altoona Grand Hotel, Altoona. For more info call Mary Peoples, 814-672-4383. May 9: NEPA WTU Banquet, 4:30 p.m., Triton Hose Company, Tunkhannaockk. For more info call Randy Storrs, 570-690-7514. May 16: PA Grand Canyon RMEF Banquet, 3 p.m., Whitneyville Fairgrounds. For more info call Charles Newlin, 570-724-7583. May 16: Huntingdon/Fulton WTU…

Pennsylvania Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – Feb. 28, 2020

SOUTHWEST REGION From the Game Commission Allegheny, Beaver and Washington counties Land Management Group Supervisor Dan Puhala reports many state game lands shooting-range violations were encountered just after the holiday seasons. These included using the range without a hunting or furtaker license or range permit, shooting plastic jugs, shooting boxes, shooting clay birds, using shotguns with fine shot, shooting at…

Minnesota Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – Feb. 28, 2020

District 1 – Baudette area CO Ben Huener (Roseau) worked a detail on Lake of the Woods with other officers from around the state and assisted at the Greenbush snowmobile safety class. During the detail, a large group of 13 anglers was found to be in possession of an overlimit of walleyes and sauger. Other violations encountered included angling with…

Minnesota Outdoor News Calendar – Feb. 28, 2020

Banquets/Fundraisers Feb. 29: Des Moines Valley MDHR Banquet, 5 p.m. For more info call Denis Quarberg, 507-831-5015. Feb. 29: Northern Lights Royal RMEF Banquet, 4:30 p.m., Jack & Jim’s Banquet Center, Duelm. For more info call John Blenker, 320-248-7504. Feb. 29: Chisago County PF Banquet, 4 p.m., Lent Town Hall, Stacy. For more info call Tim Kane, 651-341-7386. Feb. 29:…

A state-record perch – and on her first try ice fishing

(Photo courtesy of Scott Harrington)Martina Drugovich didn’t expect to land a state record fish on her first-ever day as an ice angler. Armed with a new fishing license and brand new ice fishing traps, she was just hoping to have some fun on Mount Desert Island’s Long Pond and maybe catch a fish she and her fiance, Scott Harrington, could…

2020 Life On The Ice Photo Contest Entries

1/232 My favorite thing was being on the ice with my family. Teaching our daughter to love and respect the outdoors and being able to show her how a meal comes together from start to finish. Catching it, to cooking it, to eating it. Respecting where your meal comes from. Show Caption Hide Caption 2/232 This picture represents a fun…

Participate in ruffed grouse research this fall by testing for West Nile virus

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has asked ruffed grouse hunters in northern Minnesota to voluntarily submit samples for a West Nile virus research project that the agency is conducting. Hunters simply pick up a kit at their local DNR office, then submit some feather and tissue samples for testing. In this video, Mike Hehner demonstrates how to use the kit and submit the proper sample.

Outdoor News Show Us Your Stand Photo Contest Entries

1/400 Jeff Good – New York Show Caption Hide Caption 2/400 Todd Adamek – MinnesotaMy father-in-law built this blind from an old grain wagon. The roof structure was built using insulated garage door panels. The total cost for this hunting blind was under $200. My father-in-law is a special man who can take anything and make it into a treasure….

Outdoor News Radio – Sept. 14, 2019

The dissolution of the Minnesota Waterfowl Association dominates talk on this week’s Outdoor News Radio. Rob Drieslein and Tim Spielman discussed the unfortunate news, then MWA Board Chair john Schroers joins Rob to offer his perspective. In between, Tony Peterson and “BIrdchick” Sharon Stiteler stop by to break down the Sept. 14 archery deer opener and status of the fall…