Grab-bag blog highlights news from the federal junior duck stamp contest, a walleye closure on Little Cut Foot Sioux Lake, and an award for Minnesota’s own John Lindquist.
With fewer than three weeks left in the legislative session, there’s still plenty of work to do
While Minnesota House fiddles with Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council, the state’s public waters policy burns
When it comes to fishing, change is inevitable, but some things never change
The DNR’s annual list of fishing closures, meant to protect spawning fish, is available on its website
The House Legacy Committee on Friday will consider a proposal to eliminate the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council
Rob Drieslein remembers Bowhunting World Editor Mike Strandlund, who died suddenly last weekend
If a bill a key House committee is considering is approved, it would mean major changes to the way funds from the Outdoor Heritage Fund are appropriated.
Lake of the Woods provides incredible late-ice action during a cold March.
Williams apologizes, Audubon benches him for one issue, but his column returns in a summer edition
Recent feral cat headlines are as absurd as this satirical piece about protecting feral rat colonies.
Is the Endangered Species Act working as well as it should for wildlife?
Environmental group capitulates to feral cat advocates and ends association with outdoors scribe Ted Williams
Several bills have been introduced in the Legislature that sportsmen should be aware of.
The never-ending wolf battle distracts hunters from the bigger picture
Five of the 110 moose captured and collared as part of a moose mortality study have died; wolves killed one.
While transitioning from ice-fishing to open water, watch for deals on hard-water angling equipment.
Blaming everything on global warming hinders legitimate climate change discussion on issues like Minnesota moose.
Though moose populations are plummeting, and wolf populations are strong, animal rights groups continue their money-wasting wolf lawsuits.
Sometimes loud, sometimes controversial, the Minnesota DNR’s annual public meetings have a strong 2013 agenda.
It was coming on bedtime Wednesday night when I took my 1-year-old into his room to put on his pajamas.
Moose numbers continue to plunge in Minnesota, so today the DNR announced it will cancel the state hunt indefinitely.
Some of the things on my radar screen, in no particular order: Five friends and I fished at Upper Red Lake for two days a couple of weeks ago. The final tally: two tiny walleyes, one northern, and several perch. In a word, it was brutal. The temperature started dropping from the mid-20s as we arrived, and it seemed like…
Life ticks by in seconds and it takes but one split second for tragedy to strike.
From Asian carp to wolf season, expect 2013 Minnesota legislative session to impact hunting, fishing, and conservation.
Will personal drone aircraft take trail cameras and scouting for hunting to a whole new level?