Two controversial gun ballistics programs died in the state Legislature in late March, but there was a possibility that one could resurface later this year.
Asian carp “very easily” could be in waters in southern Minnesota, the result of their discovery in Iowa border waters.
During the early part of the Easter legislative break, Sen. Bill Ingebrigtsen was gung-ho about a May 5 fishing opener this year – a week earlier than the May 12 scheduled opener.
A greater share of the proceeds from the sale of federal Duck Stamps is on its way to the prairie breeding grounds.
Unseasonably warm weather has brought loons back to Minnesota almost three weeks earlier than usual.
Vermont’s spring turkey hunting season is around the corner.
Wildlife officials in the Black Hills say the population of bighorn sheep is recovering after a seven-year die off.
Record snow has fallen this year, driving more moose down from the mountain valleys into flat, wintering areas, or the most populated parts of Alaska.
This is a great time of the year to replace that worn, tattered, and loose flooring in your boat.
Today, they’re a dozens of lines and although their names, and the technology used to create them, are hard to pronounce – boy do they have it goin’ on!
At the Lake Erie Committee meetings, which ended March 23, the Total Allowable Catch (TAC) for walleyes and yellow perch were calculated and population projections announced.
Latest round of CWD testing in Ohio proves negative
At the 31st Ohio Sea Grant charter boat conference announced that plans are under way to begin reintroducing sauger into Lake Erie.
Michigan fish managers are facing a frightening scenario on Lake Michigan: too few prey fish to sustain the salmon population at current stocking levels.
Regional advisory teams are meeting to discuss deer management in southern Michigan, the northern Lower Peninsula, and the Upper Peninsula
Legislation aimed at creating more northern wild turkey habitat in Michigan and determining whether disease may be suppressing those populations
A proposal floated in March by the Pennsylvania Game Commission has touched off a firestorm in a segment of the farming community
Pennsylvania game commissioners gave more than they got this time.
Hunters in Pennsylvania and other northeastern states face a surge in Lyme disease this spring, according to federally-funded researchers
Rainbow trout fishing will once again return to Paul’s Creek, near St. Peter, as the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) begins stocking operations for the April 14 stream trout opener.
A particularly successful night of bowfishing left one southeast-Missouri man with a state record and another thinking about what might have been.
When he launched his 17-foot Hydrosport on Hiwassee Reservoir on the morning of March 31, Tyler Shields expected he’d catch a few largemouth bass, maybe a smallmouth bass or two.
The first buffalo calf of the spring, a heifer,in Custer State Park was spotted on April 7, 2012. It was found by park staff in the south end of the park near the south fork of Lame Johnny Creek.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission decided to issue fewer Black Hills elk licenses for the 2012 season on Wednesday but stopped short of a moratorium on all antlerless tags.
For years, hundreds of Texas ranchers have made big money on exotic antelopes, with hunters paying up to $10,000 to bag just one dama gazelle, a rare animal with short horns curving outward.
Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that would create a wolf hunt in Wisconsin.