Outdoor News will accept nominations for it 24th Person of the Year award through Feb. 29. Do you know a conservationist in the state who, with little fanfare, goes about his or her business of
Reader-submitted letters to the editor published in the Feb. 23, 2024, edition of Minnesota Outdoor News.
Underwater cameras are old technology in the modern world of fishing electronics, but they’re still an effective tool for finicky panfish.
Last weekend for walleyes, and low-light periods have been the best. A look at the Minnesota fishing report from across the state on Feb. 21, 2024.
Minnesota bills address White Earth State Forest transfer, native prairies, changes to deer firearms opener
The first week of the Minnesota legislative session is in the books, and there were a handful of bills discussed at committee hearings as well as other bills introduced on the House and Senate floor
If you’re a spring snow goose hunter and you don’t have your gear ready to roll, the time to do so is nigh.
Spring-like weather south of Minnesota and the Dakotas throughout most of February
Overnight temps in the teens and twenties are maintaining ice nicely. Fishing continues to be excellent here.
Aside from seeing “The Goonies” when it was still in theaters in Anchorage, I have pretty much no recollection of my family’s first trip to Alaska in 1985. But my dad caught a big king
The Major League Fishing Bass Pro Tour kicked off in late January at Toledo Bend Reservoir, an 185,000-acre impoundment of the Sabine River that straddles Louisiana and Texas.