Thursday, November 30th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Thursday, November 30th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967


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License and stamp sales lag

St. Paul – Pheasant and duck population surveys earlier this year showed numbers of both species had dropped since 2008. So far this year, the number of hunters targeting them also has dropped. As of

Crazy weather slows fall stocking

Ortonville, Minn. – After 30-some years of working for DNR Fisheries, Norm Haukos is refining a new skill this fall: freeing department vehicles lodged in mud. “I’ve never had a year when we’ve had to

Walleye fishing rules tightened for Upper Red Lake

In its Oct. 30, 2009 edition, Outdoor News incorrectly reported the information about the new Upper Red Lake regulation. The information in the story below is accurate. Bemidji, Minn. (AP) – Anglers will have to

Challenge for gun deer hunters: standing crops

Marshall, Minn. – Hunters in southern Minnesota – of deer and pheasants, in particular – are accustomed to contending with elements such as wind or rain or snow, things likely during the fall. But enter

Huge Vermilion muskie released

Hastings, Minn. – If you want to catch big muskies, be prepared for the discomforts you’ll likely encounter in the process. Long-time muskie anglers Randy Porubcan and Gene Crowder took on snow, wind, and temperatures

Legislators to review resource agencies

St. Paul – There have been various efforts over the years to examine the management of Minnesota’s natural resources, including in 2007 when Gov. Tim Pawlenty created a Conservation Legacy Council to do just that.

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