The Minnesota DNR is considering stocking muskies in several new lakes across the state, including Gull Lake
Particularly a problem out west
Lessons learned from the hunt
Late-autumn, even early winter angling can produce big fish results, but take care not to allow cold weather to damage your expensive equipment.
Will a little bit of bitter weather save the waterfowl season for some hunters?
From field to table, butchering a whitetail gives you satisfaction of cost-effectively producing your own healthful, mouth-watering venison
Ample in number, Twin Cities whitetails have benefitted from an outdated iron curtain of discharge rules and zoning laws for too long.
Trio representing a wayward southern species enthralls birdwatchers and conservationists in the heart of the continent.
One might be new state record typical
A year ago, it was a nice, smooth transition from the end of the firearms deer season to ice fishing.
A bill that would eliminate Wisconsin’s minimum hunting age and allow a mentor to also carry a firearm, crossbow or bow while mentoring a beginner was scheduled for a public hearing Nov. 17.
Top pick is former fisheries administrator who retired in 2011
Statewide deer kill was up, but that doesn’t mean every hunter saw deer
Some archers stay home or hunt other WMUs
Harvest during first three days up about 6 percent
Article on the battle between Montana landowner and sportsmen over public trout stream access costs writer a longtime gig with Ducks Unlimited magazine
Author and mate boat perch on an ‘Indian Summer’ day this week
A great time to be out on the water
Invest a little TLC into winter rod storage, and your equipment will last longer and provide better angling results next spring and beyond.
State collecting milkweed pods in Delaware County
A balmy November has been a birder’s delight as purple finches, grosbeaks, siskins, and redpolls provide birdwatching ID clinics in American backyards.
When sitting a new deer stand, draw back your bow and visualize shot opportunities before a buck comes in
It could be said that Shannon Reaser has a lucky treestand in Guernsey County.
A review suggests few try to figure out how many of those birds end up feeding human hunters rather than wild predators, and even fewer are willing to set a benchmark for success.
On eve of firearms opener, archery kill up 35 percent from 2014
Season kicks off Nov. 7 across the state; reports indicate good numbers of whitetails