Some of the best squirrel hunting in Minnesota will take place between now and when the season closes Feb. 28
By getting off your typical routes and trails, you can find out-of-the-way spots for future hunts
A feral hog hunt is an absolute blast and the cost is less than other big-game hunts
Whether you’re hunting white-tailed deer or pheasants, if you keep an open mind to other species, you may be surprised by the fun you can have.
With white-tailed deer hunting seasons winding down, it’s time to get serious about easily forgotten winter squirrel and rabbit opportunities afield.
White-tailed deer hunting and the rut consuming your brain right now? Pause and get your fill of waterfowl, greenheads especially, before freeze-up.
Blind-calling bucks: Are your attempts to lure in deer via calls hurting your efforts or helping?
Flight Times: With timberdoodle migration kicking in, get ready for wet boots and surprising flushes.
Small water opener: Ducks on the mind? Then scout some secluded waterholes now for jumpshooting later
Some of the best wing-shooting for these small-game birds can result from sleeping in and skipping lunch
The right calories: Successful bear baiting often boils down to producing better food than the competition.
Take deer inventory now to set your 2014 season goals.
The season for doves kicks off Sept. 1 in Minnesota, so start scouting.
What color, size, and configuration of sight pins on your hunting bow will lead to the best accuracy afield?
Archery practice: How many arrows should you shoot during a target session?
Like clockwork: Freshly dropped white-tailed deer fawns are everywhere in mid-June, which is exactly how Mother Nature intended it to be.
If you’re interested in a new bird hunting canine companion, complete some research on bloodlines before plunking down your cash.
Sluicing carp, buffalo, gar, and other roughfish offers fun, spring target shooting opportunities via compound or recurve
If you blind hunt the remnants of the turkey season, be prepared to run and gun.
Practice makes perfect: Don’t wait until the season opener to open up that new turkey call.
Scout hard enough you’ll see gobbler patterns emerge from the hunting chaos.
Thinking Turkey: Take a look at the latest gobbler loads before you rise and shine this turkey season.
Deer habitat: In the whitetail woods, a little chainsaw sweat equity goes a long way toward more deer.
Just what influences individual white-tailed deer bucks to drop their antlers when they do?
Hunters who haven’t drawn or shot their bowhunting equipment in cold winter conditions might be in for a surprise.
If you want to achieve your big-game hunting dreams, plan the destination now.