1/190 Bentley is a good hunter. Great at flushing pheasants out. Show Caption Hide Caption 2/190 It was a tough morning hunting in low to no water. She retrieved ducks I probably couldn’t have gotten to through the mud. Nobody has a better huntin’ buddy than I do! Show Caption Hide Caption 3/190 Kota is my 4 year old yellow…
Program expanded to include participants involved in DNR-sponsored learn-to-hunt programs for adults, including the Becoming an Outdoors Woman series.
Outdoor News has partnered with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to provide a free subscription for 11- to 17-year-olds who have completed a firearms safety hunter education class in 2021.
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As a Jr. B.A.S.S. state champion angler, 13-year old Tyler Bahr estimates that he goes fishing more than 200 days per year near his Brainerd, Minn., home. He is a member of the Brainerd Warrior High school fishing team, and as the recipient of the November Outdoor Youth of the Month recognition,
Three Individuals and two organizations will be enshrined by The Fishing Hall of Fame of Minnesota in 2017.
Inductees in the Individual Legends category include Terry Tuma. A pioneer in the communication field, Terry Tuma brought the sport of fishing to the public through radio, television, articles, seminars, and now social media.Terry still draws crowds of upwards of 200 anglers, and with over 45 years of seminars it is estimated he has provided over 4,000 presentations.
Outdoor News Inc., publisher of locally written fishing and hunting outdoor newspapers in seven Great Lake states, is offering youth aged 17 and younger who have successfully completed the hunter safety education program through the Michigan DNR with a complimentary three-month subscription to Michigan Outdoor News.
A recent issue of Minnesota Outdoor News featured the profile of Eliza Sankovitz, a youth who at the young age of 12, already has recognized the importance of water quality. Through her 4-H project titled “How Clear is Clear Lake,” Sankovitz’ research into the pollutants entering this Waseca-area lake earned her the honor of being named the October Outdoor Youth of the Month by Clam Outdoors and Outdoor News.
The New York State Environmental Conservation Police is the oldest statewide law enforcement agency, who recently honored New York Outdoor News Editor Steve Piatt as the recipient of the New York State Conservation Officers Association’s inaugural Friend in the Press Award.
Jonathan Miranda is the August 2016 Outdoor Youth of the Month as chosen by Clam Outdoors and Outdoor News for his leadership in Scouting, Clay Target Trap League in Hopkins, MN
Gary Clancy loved upland bird hunting, and he had several great dogs that accompanied him on his southern Minnesota excursions. The antics of his canines frequently qualified as quality fodder for his Outdoor News columns.Friday, August 5, 2016 St. Paul, MN– Pheasants Forever, Outdoor News, Minnesota DNR, and Game Fair have announced a new Build A Wildlife Area campaign to…