Want to tap your own maple syrup? Ron Hustvedt’s video blog below walks you through the process.
During a time of social distancing, checking out backyard streams plus the Mississippi River Trail and Mississippi National River and Recreation Area.
Fishing is boring. Hunting is boring. Sitting around trolling, or jigging, or casting, waiting for a fish to bite isn’t always exciting. Waiting for a deer to walk by takes so long. We worked so hard to get the decoys set just right and our calls are perfectly tuned but the ducks aren’t approaching when
In the latest print edition of the Outdoor News, two letter writers rang in with their opinions regarding the recent youth deer hunting season. I’ll commend both writers for entering their words into the public forum, but let’s dive a little deeper and get back to the serious business of providing hunting opportunities for young
The art of coaching a miss could determine whether a new hunter continues with the sport or tries something entirely different.
At the first weekend of Game Fair 2019, Aug. 9-11 in Anoka, Minn., Outdoor News asked young hunters about what they’re looking forward to regarding the upcoming hunting seasons. For more on the first weekend of Game Fair, see the upcoming issue of Minnesota Outdoor News. The second and final Game Fair weekend for 2019
An episode will be created and broadcast live during the first weekend of Game Fair, Aug. 9-11, in the Eukanuba seminar tent at the center of the event in Ramsey.
Visit to a pay-to-fish facility in Texas on Father’s Day boosts the author’s appreciation for the lakes and rivers that citizens in the northern United States can fish for free.