Minnesota DNR’s proposed northern pike regulation overhaul has been changed, with separate regulations for darkhouse spearing, among other changes.
Practice now, struggle less on the water
Happy New Year! Welcome to 2016, a year of great uncertainty in our country and world.
Eagles are becoming more common here in New York state, especially along the Delaware River and along the shorelines of the Catskill reservoirs.
Take the kids to the library and find some classic outdoor literature, tackle and technique writing, or humor stories.
Conservation groups say the latest attempt to strike down the administration’s Clean Water Rule would prevent protection of headwater streams and wetlands
Walleye and northern pike anglers alike should employ a simple, old school, multi-species technique throughout the hard-water season.
Archery Trade Association Show proves bowhunting is going mainstream
The third annual Greater Niagara Fishing and Outdoor Expo is scheduled to be held Jan. 22-24 at the Conference and Event Center in Niagara Falls.
Division of Forestry recently planted seedlings in some areas
After a wide-ranging discussion at a work session about the burgeoning chronic wasting disease outbreak among Pennsylvania deer, game commissioners emerged with no apparent consensus about actions to take.
Good news on walleye front as perch struggles continue
District 1 – Baudette area CO Ben Huener (Roseau) checked anglers on Lake of the Woods’ south shore, Knight Island, and the Northwest Angle. CO Eric Benjamin (Warroad) worked angling and snowmobile enforcement this past week. As ice conditions continue to improve, more and more people are venturing out and away from marked roads and trails, so keep in mind…
Understanding winter’s magic carpet
Employ this hard-water strategy with an angling partner during the mid-ice period unfolding right now.
A final look back at the biggest hunting, fishing, and conservation headlines from the past 12 months.
If you are willing to brave the elements, “cabin fever” should not be a problem this winter – just hunt coyotes.
While ice conditions continue to improve across northern Minnesota, providing plenty of fishing opportunities, ice depths continue to lag well behind schedule in other parts of the state.
Have a holiday gift certificate burning a hole in your pocket? Consider a smartphone or tab application to help you ID birds in 2016.
Make sure you know the rules before removing antlers from a deer
Division of Wildlife asking deer hunters for their opinions
Changing tactics this season
Frustrating whitetail season for many hunters in Northern Zone
With just fewer than two weeks remaining in the 2015 deer-hunting season, hunters had killed nearly 20,000 more deer than they did in 2014, according to the Minnesota DNR.
Employ the correct technique with these fishing tactics for walleyes, pike, sunfish and crappies to produce more action and fillets via hard-water angling
The lack of hard water has delayed the 2015-16 ice fishing season, but don’t worry, there will be ice!