If you have a 4th-grader in your home, help commemorate the National Park Service’s centennial and obtain a free National Park pass for spectacular family travel through August 2016.
Hunter killed 826-pound alligator, which was more than 14 feet long, on Mississippi River island
Staff shortages abound; communication lacking
Battle looms to reduce minimum age from 14 to 12 for big game
When the DNR last week announced plans to “redouble” management efforts regarding Lake Mille Lacs, some of those plans were met with public skepticism, along with associated cost concerns of the state taxpayer.
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Archery, shotgun, rifle sessions with a purpose
Largemouth and smallmouth bass won’t fall into a strict pattern in September, so have these five techniques in your angling arsenal.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe talks gray wolves, Cecil the lion, Land and Water Conservation Fund, duck management, and his commitment to public lands during an interview with Rob Drieslein.
Where hunting pressure is high, it may pay to disturb bear-bait sites as little as possible
Local and state Audubon groups are asking citizens to watch for roosts across the country of the insect-eating and charismatic chimney swift.
DEC officials are confident sportsmen and license-selling agents will see smoother transactions as sporting licenses went on sale earlier this month.
While it’s clear change is coming to Lake Mille Lacs – walleyes will be stocked and a new management structure will be put in place – the likelihood of a special legislative session to aid area businesses seems to be diminishing.
It was like the planets aligned perfectly for a truly magnificent outdoor experience to come together.
Fiddle-playing pheasant hunter Nick Hoffman and his bird dog “Waylon” support Pheasants Forever’s conservation efforts.
Drawing for these hunts coming on Aug. 22
Plenty of work, progress, setbacks
Dill, a state representative from Crane Lake, died earlier this month at age 60
A number of land management practices are available
The fatal snakebite in Elk County last month made national news because of the extremely unusual nature of the tragedy.
As the Lake Mille Lacs saga continues on the heels of the closure of the walleye-fishing season, the DNR is moving ahead with plans for the future.
I don’t remember when I successfully called in my first flock of ducks, but I do remember when I first started to learn how to blow a call.
Outdoor News, Inc. launched the Outdoor Leaders Award in 2012 at Game Fair to recognize Minnesota conservation group chapters working hard for wildlife habitat at the grassroots level. A certain MDHA chapter exemplifies the cause.
Accept the challenge, enjoy the rewards
Opportunities about in New York state
Plastics have revolutionized modern fishing for largemouth and smallmouth bass, walleyes, and even pike and muskies. Don’t forget to use the new wave of angling plastics for panfish this summer.