The Hall of Fame legend shared angling tips and secrets through books, seminars, tournaments, and endless promotion of the fishing industry.
North-country anglers should enjoy this world-class smallmouth fishery while it lasts
Anglers everywhere are fishing from new-fangled kayaks. A few simple equipment choices can determine whether you bring fillets home.
Great storytellers are not made… they’re born, and the hunter and angler from southern Minnesota will be remembered as an all-time outdoors writing legend.
The politics of fisheries management too often fails to protect rank-and-file anglers and quality sportfish
After decades of marching over BWCA portages with a pup tent, the author advocates for comfortable camping.
Between the ice and open water season on Minnesota’s lakes, this border water provides great jigging action for multiple species.
Lipless or deep-diving, jointed or rattling, one things for sure in the crankbait world: color changes
Muskie angling opportunities continue to expand in Minnesota and across the country. Let’s keep it that way.
The lack of hard water has delayed the 2015-16 ice fishing season, but don’t worry, there will be ice!
From field to table, butchering a whitetail gives you satisfaction of cost-effectively producing your own healthful, mouth-watering venison
New Youth of the Month program from Outdoor News and Clam Outdoors honors young people engaged in outdoor sports.
Whether it’s chasing whitetails via archery, rifle, shotgun, or muzzleloader, rely on quality scouting first
Take the author’s sage advice: To enjoy the great outdoors deep into old age, start protecting your skin now from the sun’s damaging rays.
BWCAW policy on pedal-drive kayaks ultimately keeps young people from experiencing, appreciating, and fighting for the future of American wilderness.
Many factors, including tribal gill nets, have contributed to the walleye fishery closure on the central Minnesota lake, but out-of-the-box solutions exist to turn it around.
Whether it’s rainbow trout and salmon on rivers or huge saltwater halibut by charter or kayak, the Last Frontier contains a lifetime of fishing opportunities.
The author visited the United Kingdom last week and reminds readers: Don’t take public access to lakes, streams, and angling opportunities for granted in the United States.
From live-bait rigging to jigs to slip-bobbers, here are some open water angling tricks from the likes of Gary Roach, Mark Martin, and Bob Propst
Amid last week’s decision of the Fond du Lac Band of Ojibwe to net Lake Vermilion walleyes, other prime fisheries too often get lost in the shuffle.
A new generation of hunting and fishing gals are casting and blasting their way into success afield as well as outdoor media, seminars, and promotions.
From suspended fish to lead-core to kickers and socks, sport anglers use terminology that almost require a glossary for the new or uninitiated
When fishing big water and traveling long distances, you’ll be glad your outboard has some horsepower… and don’t forget the resale factor
The Deep North, Midwest states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan have substantially more wolves than the West and have presented conservative models for managing the species. Why did we get stuck with relisting?
Employ these hard-water tactics from the likes of Freshwater Fishing Hall of Famers Dave Genz, Gary Roach, and Tom Neustrom and others
Whitetail rutting behavior means more deer-auto collisions during the heart of October. How should you avoid them? In a word: Honk!