Lake Bemidji, located in northern Minnesota, has some remarkable traits and history. The Mississippi River runs both in and out of this deep, clean lake that glaciers carved 10,000 years ago. American Indians hunted around
If, for some unfortunate reason, you couldn’t participate in last weekend’s traditional duck opener in Minnesota, you missed out on, as one waterfowler mused on social media, a “hunting bonanza.”
Steve Cordts, Minnesota DNR waterfowl
Joel Nelson, Tom Huynh, Dusty Minke, Donnie O’Bert, Brian Brosdahl, and Tom Neustrom share their top presentations for walleyes in fall.
The North American pre-settlement population of white-tailed deer totaled somewhere between 24 million and 62 million animals, or an average of about 14.2 deer per square mile over roughly 3,011,600 square miles of estimated range.
White-tailed bucks are more susceptible to chronic wasting disease (CWD) than any other deer.
That’s the crux of a recent CWD report from the National Deer Association (NDA). CWD is an always fatal neurological disease
The big news in the heavens this month is the annular solar eclipse that will occur in the United States on Oct. 14. This event happens when our moon is between the Earth and sun
Can’t find the deer you shot? A new tracking group in southeastern Minnesota is part of a growing network
Lisa Gargulak missed the first call. She didn’t feel her smartphone vibrate in her jacket pocket.
Who could blame her? She was sitting comfortably in a deer stand, on a crisp, sun-splashed, near-perfect morning in
Anchored up or spot locked and jigging over the side of the boat is an effective fall method. Using gold, pink, glow, orange and chartreuse colored jigs tipped with a frozen emerald shiner is hard
When it comes to trail camera placement, hunters often lean hard on the usual suspects. Field and food plot edges are obvious spots. Logging or access roads that wind their way through the woods also