Field reports from Minnesota DNR conservation officers published in the Sept. 29, 2023, edition of Minnesota Outdoor News.
The low-water woes continue as we slide into late September. This low-water issue is a factor for both fishing and for duck hunting.
I had a backwater area scoped out for the early duck season,
The Minnesota waterfowl-hunting season opened Sept. 23, and ducks should have been enjoying a smorgasbord, because aquatic plants were extra-abundant in lakes and ponds this summer.
A number of factors contributed to impressive aquatic plant
Minnesota’s youth deer season will take place statewide Thursday, Oct. 19, through Sunday, Oct. 22. The season coincides with statewide teacher workshops, so many Minnesota students don’t have school during the youth season.
The Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers (AGLOW) held its 67th annual meeting in Bemidji, Sept. 17-21. Founded in 1956, AGLOW is an organization of writers, editors, publishers, broadcasters, authors, lecturers, photographers, artists, electronic media
The Minnesota fall turkey-hunting season offers hunters a challenge and another way to experience the outdoors. Fall turkey season runs from Saturday, Sept. 30, through Sunday, Oct. 29.
Many times, I’ve seen ducks come back to a field to feed, lock their wings as they see the decoys, and then flare hard at about 100 yards out. We’ll see hunters get up from
Big numbers of teal shot by duck hunters to start the season. A look at the fishing and hunting report from across Minnesota on Sept. 27, 2023.
There are three connected basins that make up Becker County’s Detroit Lake. The largest is known as Big Detroit, to its west is Little Detroit Lake, and the smallest is Curfman Lake to the southwest