The Minnesota DNR has completed its first stocking of lake sturgeon in the St. Louis River since 2000. The stocking came after seeing restored habitat and spawning in the river and a desire to increase
Various hunting seasons have begun during the past few weekends, and the woodcock season will get under way Saturday.
According to the Minnesota DNR, the woodcock population has decreased steadily over the past two or
The Minnesota DNR hosted a K9 training event on Monday, Sept. 18, at Carlos Avery State WMA. The agency exhibited different training techniques for the canines.
The DNR has five K9 dogs across the state,
Outdoor Insights: Minnesota DNR’s proposed regulation designed to grow bigger pike in popular Gull Lake chain near Brainerd
If you like healthy northern pike, then the Minnesota DNR’s proposal to implement a 30- to 40-inch protected slot on the Gull Lake chain north of Brainerd deserves your support. The agency has several special
As Minnesota hunters prepare to take to the marshes, lakes, and fields for Saturday’s regular duck opener, a national waterfowl conservation and hunting group is sounding the alarm on the continued decline of North American
The rut gets all the attention, but if I know where a big buck is living, I’d rather hunt him in late September or early October than any other time of season.
In September his
The waterfowling industry is chock-full of imagery consisting of bearded, face-painted dudes lugging limits of greenheads out of swamps. Mallards get a lot of attention, and rightfully so. Who doesn’t love talking in a flock
When they told me that my pup, Liza, would slow down a bit after having pups last spring, I believed them. They, of course, were wrong.
I think she found a new, higher gear. And
September 14 highlighted teamwork across borders between conservationists in both Minnesota and Iowa with the formal dedication of the Howard K. Vincent Waterfowl Production Area Site — a 195.5-acre parcel of farmland now set to