While giving sportsmen and women the chance to celebrate the tradition of hunting, show also will give them an opportunity to learn about issues that ultimately could affect their outdoor pursuits.
Above-average temperatures last weekend, expected to be followed by way above-average temps this weekend could significantly alter the state’s ice-fishing landscape.
Indications are that program’s results will more likely mirror the first program that kicked off in the late 1990s
Warm fall makes latter part of season a bust
The fish was 33 inches long and had a girth of 24 inches.
Several agencies are investigating the shooting death of Terry Brisk
Following an open-water walleye-fishing season on one of Minnesota’s most popular lakes during which no walleyes could be kept, state DNR officials announced last week that the walleye bag during this year’s ice season on Lake Mille Lacs would be one fish.
Drier weather should lead to increased crop harvest and better bird hunting
Corn harvest in the pheasant range is tailing behind last year as hunting season gets under way
What’s in store for winter remains to be determined
The walleye-fishing season on Lake Mille Lacs seemed destined for closure midway through July, but because of a directive from Gov. Mark Dayton, it remained open. But that season’s fate was sealed late Tuesday
Plans to stock Big Marine, Otter Tail lakes tabled, but expansion to continue
State agencies moved a step closer last week to an infusion of money that could change the game when it comes to addressing the most critical habitat needs of Minnesota’s – and the nation’s – wildlife
What better place for an alligator to sun itself than a paved bicycle path. But in Minnesota?
Perry Peterson, a one-time Minnesota resident, had grown somewhat weary of dealing with the doubters. Two years ago, while fishing Monument Bay on the Ontario side of Lake of the Woods, Peterson first saw it – an “albino” muskie.
Ditch habitat, buffers, elk also garner attention