Rob Drieslein, the managing editor of Outdoor News was asked by Pheasants Forever to moderate a session that included five individuals to discuss threats and opportunities to public lands in Minnesota. If you missed the session at Pheasant Fest, you can now have a look and see what was talked about and discussed at this event.
Though the numbers remain relatively small, chronic wasting disease positives in southeast Minnesota jumped 50 percent in 2019. One year blip or has critical mass arrived for the disease in the region?
Adult bird flew up into a tree afterwards and presumably survived.
Guided angler caught and released the gorgeous fish in the Glacial lakes region of northeastern South Dakota last week.
While visiting Farmfest on Wednesday, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture spoke briefly about mine risk study that he cancelled in September 2018
Rattlesnake squad separates the protected snakes and people as recent warm weather drives the reptiles from ridgetop habitat into human habitation zones.
Outdoor News Managing Editor Rob Drieslein looks into the death of two northeastern Minnesota loons from West Nile virus in this video blog.
Key House and Senate Republicans issued strong statements in support of the environment and conservation Wednesday, but are they simply courting voters before the next election?
Hang in the hammock over the upcoming July 4th holiday weekend and read one of these six freshwater fishing classics.
Glorious May spring weekend produces first gobbler for Minnesota lad – who’s already planning turkey hunts in 2020 and beyond.
A raucous crowd of fishing legends enjoyed a morning of angling camaraderie, toasting, and roasting Friday during the Northwest Sportshow.
New, regular column will explore latest industry news, opinions on the state of modern fishing, and exclusive angling tips from the most respected names in North American sportfishing.
Wear your hunting and fishing colors, visit with your representatives, and help keep protection of public lands and waters at the forefront of state policy this legislative session.
Audio interview with Sarah Strommen touches on her background, management style, and outlook for leading one of the nation’s largest natural resource agencies.
With 11 more CWD positives so far this fall – all white-tailed bucks – can antler-point restrictions survive in 2019?
Grad student’s dissertation asks hunters to help answer age-old question: What’s eating those gutpiles?
Four wolves hailing from extreme northeastern Minnesota already are consuming moose carcasses on the Lake Superior island.
Considering Minnesota’s wolf population survey, fall youth deer hunting, and a nifty trail cam image
If the margin of error on the eastern grey wolf population in Minnesota is more than 26 percent, what is it for important game species like white-tailed deer? Also, what’s with this white-tailed buck (trail cam image)?
Several Minnesota wild canine experts weigh in on whether a photo shows coyotes or wolves, and their conclusion is unanimous …
Dispute over Trump administration’s interpretation of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act heats up with action from eight attorneys general.
Steven Rinella produces one of the most popular podcasts in the country, and on Thursday night, more than 1,000 outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen rendezvoused in Burnsville to watch it live. Plus information on an upcoming Modern Carnivore experience.
A great conservation success story, the MBTA – like too many environmental protections – faces political challenges and legislation hurdles if it’s to survive another century.
A fine day of catching Mississippi River walleyes reminds the author to enjoy these heady days of June fishing.
Most people have heard the distinctive call of the common barred owl, and the early nesters likely have young thinking about fledging already in mid-May.
Two big news items! The Minnesota Office of the Legislative Auditor released a long-awaited deer report today. And during the next five days, multiple events will highlight sportsmen support for public lands.
With his dry wit, crazy cast of literary characters, and love of rural places, Pat McManus drew comparisons to Mark Twain and other American humorists.