The bulk of the bow deer season is in the rearview mirror. General rifle and shotgun seasons are over, as well. This leaves a bit of muzzleloader season and the final weeks of the archery
In our neck of the woods, the open-water fishing season officially has ended. As I’m writing this, my boat has been winterized and is in storage for the foreseeable future.
In general, early ice fishing
Hunting escape routes for mature bucks is not necessarily something new, yet it may be underutilized. I discovered just how successful such areas can be, especially during the opening days of gun season, several years
Streams of Thought: Some confusion regarding Minnesota’s new “storing garbage and other waste on ice” law
Sarcasm aside, there’s also a new law that’s now grabbing the attention of Minnesota ice anglers. You may or may not have read about state statute 97C.363 in the Dec. 1, 2023, edition of Outdoor
Reader-submitted letters to the editor published in the Dec. 8, 2023, edition of Minnesota Outdoor News.
Otter Tail County’s South Turtle Lake is a two-basin system totaling just over 830 acres. The east basin is shallow and lined with pencil reed and bulrush stands, while the west end offers more depth,
A look at outdoor-related events coming up from across Minnesota published in the Dec. 8, 2023, edition of Minnesota Outdoor News.
Pure maple syrup produced in Hibbing, Minn., took top honors in late October at the annual international competition held by the North American Maple Syrup Council.
Entries from 15 states and Canadian provinces were present
With preliminary numbers from the recently completed firearms deer season showing a 7% decline in harvest from last year, it’s not surprising that muzzleloader license sales are up a bit, as hunters continue to try