Wild game meat is, in general, a healthier alternative than store-bought meat
Prohibit acquisition with the proposed $10 increase in the cost of the federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp? No thanks.
Point and shoot: whether it’s trap, sporting clays, skeet, or wild birds, your wing-shooting skills can benefit from these tips
Making memories: Visiting Hayward’s Fishing Hall of Fame and sea kayaking on the world’s largest freshwater lake
This versatile presentation works best with a circle hook, then customize it with a soft plastic, fly, or live bait
Of birds, football, and the NFL: Minnesota’s favorite sports franchise can’t take the high road? Also, a recap from ICAST 2014
North America’s breeding duck population this spring was an estimated 49.2 million birds, the highest number on record.
Your lures, boat, rods-n-reels, location, and weather all directly affect your luck and thus your willingness to experiment and find freshwater fishing success
Duck stamps are one of the most effective conservation tools in the United States, and one birding association is calling for birders to buy the stamps.
Public lands: Let’s trust hunters and trappers to ethical access state SNAs
Learning from generals Washington and MacArthur, then letting common sense prevail outdoors so you can camp another day
Your crankbaiting priority for walleyes should run as follows: depth, vibration, speed, color, and sound
Mother moose abandoning their calves in northeastern Minnesota remains an issue as biologists try to determine what’s causing the population decline; and high school clay target shooters compete in the championship and state tournament of the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League.
Successful June trip for rainbows, browns, and brookies employs 14-foot crappie rod, small spinning reel, and 6-pound-test fluorocarbon line.
Recipe for youth angling success: Find water, chuck a lure into it, retrieve, and see what happens. Repeat as needed. Keep it fun.
Speaking of Schara, congratulations on 20-year broadcast anniversary(!), and speaking of video, Outdoor News editor appears on National Geographic Channel’s new program The Savage Line.
Anglers have multiple options for pursuing walleyes in 2014: from jig and minnow to crankbaits to slip-bobbers
Amazing new Apps take your sonar searching for pike, walleyes, bass or any other fish directly into your iPad or tablet.
The real deal, tasty ice-out crappies demand stealth techniques for hours of angling fun
Angling skills expand in walleye hunt, but essence of opener – family and fun – stays the same.
Fishing license sales have rebounded this spring from the same time a year ago, plus a resolution from the Izaak Walton League of America regarding a proposed early blue-winged teal hunting season
Fishing for walleyes demands three top presentations: crankbaits, three-way swivel rigs, and colorful crankbaits
Whether it’s watching birds or other wildlife, or monitoring game animals via trail cam, the author wonders: Does anyone go outdoors anymore?
Open water is advancing north, and that means the first, best crappie fishing opportunities of spring
Bassmaster Classic winner Randy Howell says bass fishing in the northern United States is better than the southern U.S.
Ice fishing innovation cures twisted line, thus resulting in more bites through the hard water