The 2023 Iowa pheasant opener is in the books. With temps in the upper 20s on Saturday morning, it was quite a difference from the heat of the 2022 pheasant opener. Across northwest Iowa, late
Recently during my weekly outdoor radio show on KILR-95.9 FM in Estherville, Iowa, I had the opportunity to have Mike Hawkins, Iowa DNR Fisheries Management Biologist in the Spirit Lake District, on as my special
Laura Kudej enjoys her ties to history, connecting her position on the local historical society board to her new position on the Iowa Natural Resources Commission. Indeed, it’s an interest in the past that gives
KR Buck recalls an early choice he made between athletics and the outdoors.
His freshman basketball coach in Council Bluffs, Iowa, announced that the upcoming Saturday would require a practice to decide A-, B- and
More than 160 athletes from 13 Iowa colleges competed in the 2023 Iowa Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) Collegiate Championships in Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays, and Super Sporting Clays on Oct. 21-22, at the New
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is offering a program to teach skills needed to trap furbearers to anyone who has little to no trapping experience.
The workshop features several knowledge and skill building
The pheasant population is up, the crop harvest is advancing quickly and the weekend weather forecast is setting up for an excellent opening weekend for Iowa’s pheasant season.
The annual August roadside survey found Iowa’s
Joseph Salmon, 18, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, was injured Saturday morning while waterfowl hunting along the shore of a slough at the Spring Run Wildlife Area, in Dickinson County.
The Dickinson County Sheriff’s Department received
How can an outdoor person get bored here in northwest Iowa? Right now we have hunting seasons going like crazy, the fall fishing is only getting better as the lake water temperatures fall. And that’s