No ice angler would dispute that traveling to suitable fishing locations on a lake is easiest via snowmobile, ATV, pickup, etc., but during the early season, traveling by foot is not only safest, but also
Until ice up, there were a few hardcore anglers jigging with emerald shiners from about 12 – 24 feet of water and catching some nice walleyes on the Rainy River.
I look forward to this article every year. Not so much for the writing of it, but for the reading I enjoy while I’m trying to meet my editors’ deadline. (Sorry, Dean and Rob) I
Sometime in the past 20 years, outdoors users realized that when one hand wasn’t devoted to holding a flashlight, the things we needed to do in the dark got easier.
Relatively simple by design, headlamps
During the past year, the Minnesota DNR has gotten clobbered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for failing to follow federal law in managing certain forest properties for wildlife and for not properly documenting
November is election month, and November 2023 marks the 25th anniversary of Minnesota citizens going to the polls in 1998, voting to pass the constitutional amendment to protect the rights of Minnesotans to hunt and
We would like to congratulate the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for the courage and wisdom they have demonstrated in publishing their rulemaking on Oct. 27, 2023,…
After standing for more than 20 years, the South Dakota state hook-and-line walleye record has fallen for the second time in the past four weeks. The most recent state-record fish, a 17-pound, 13.92-ounce beast, was
Open-water fishing is not over yet! The fall walleye bite kicked in for this angler in mid-November, and boy, are they on the chomp. My tactics in November are basically upsizing my minnows and giving