Press Releases

December Outdoor Youth of the Month Eagle Scout project builds archery range

When he set out to earn his Eagle Scout rank, 15-year-old Brian Amundson of Sartell, Minn., knew he wanted to develop something that would benefit other youth in the area of archery. This focus led to the development of a significant Archery Range at Mississippi River County Park in north-central Minnesota that boasts 11 targets at ranges from 10 yards to 80 yards, with a shooting station for each of the targets.

FeraDyne announces new rep group for the Northeastern/Mid-Atlantic region

FeraDyne Outdoors, LLC, manufacturer of 14 category-leading archery brands, announced today that it has has partnered with Jones & Company, Inc., to drive sales and growth in the 15-state northeastern/mid-Atlantic territory comprised of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York.

Minnesota Fishing Hall of Fame names 2017 inductees

Three Individuals and two organizations will be enshrined by The Fishing Hall of Fame of Minnesota in 2017.
Inductees in the Individual Legends category include Terry Tuma. A pioneer in the communication field, Terry Tuma brought the sport of fishing to the public through radio, television, articles, seminars, and now social media.Terry still draws crowds of upwards of 200 anglers, and with over 45 years of seminars it is estimated he has provided over 4,000 presentations.

Mills Fleet Farm Orange Friday kicks off 2016 gun deer seasons in MN and WI

2016 Mills Fleet Farm’s “Orange Friday” sales event will begin in the Minnesota stores at 6:00 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, 2016, the day before the Minnesota’s gun deer season opener, and Nov. 18 in Wis. store locations. The first 500 shoppers in the store locations for the scheduled sales event will receive a free Orange Friday collector’s hat, and attendees can also register to win free gear, guns, and even a Polaris Ranger 570 UTV.

October Outdoor Youth of the Month focuses on water quality in Minnesota

A recent issue of Minnesota Outdoor News featured the profile of Eliza Sankovitz, a youth who at the young age of 12, already has recognized the importance of water quality. Through her 4-H project titled “How Clear is Clear Lake,” Sankovitz’ research into the pollutants entering this Waseca-area lake earned her the honor of being named the October Outdoor Youth of the Month by Clam Outdoors and Outdoor News.

Plans Announced For Build A Wildlife Area Campaign in Memory of Gary Clancy

Gary Clancy loved upland bird hunting, and he had several great dogs that accompanied him on his southern Minnesota excursions. The antics of his canines frequently qualified as quality fodder for his Outdoor News columns.Friday, August 5, 2016 St. Paul, MN– Pheasants Forever, Outdoor News, Minnesota DNR, and Game Fair have announced a new Build A Wildlife Area campaign to…