Minnesota Outdoor News editor Tim Spielman, left, and Outdoor News Man of the Year Ray Gildow. (Brian Peterson photo)Ray Gildow, a legendary guide — he is, after all, part of the legendary Nisswa Guides League — and a longtime volunteer and conservation advocate is Outdoor News’ Man of the Year. Gildow was recognized and presented with the award at the…
Rarely seen footage of several Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) from unique perspectives.
Paul Agranoff, of Isanti Minnesota, with a painting done by Ron Nelson of Paul’s dog “Ti” for the Outdoor News online photo contest.
Maj. Greg Salo, Minnesota DNR Enforcement Division operations manager, shares some tips on how to stay safe during the firearms deer season.
A new muskie size limit, and a crossbow season for hunters age 60 and older highlighted the outdoors policy issues at the Minnesota State Capitol this spring.
Outdoor News Editor Rob Drieslein explains why the Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund needs support from sportsmen NOW.
Minnesota bullheads go to the Big Apple.
See the story on page 34 in the Oct. 10th issue of the Minnesota edition.
From the pages of Outdoor News on MN Bound – Trapping Recap
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Experience the sights and sounds of logging by horse
Minnesota DNR Wildlife Health Program Supervisor Michelle Carstensen talks about the 2014 Moose Mortality Project.
A study to determine why Minnesota’s moose population is in decline, has started. See video from the field as the first moose are captured.
Paul Telander, DNR Wildlife section chief shares his insight on managing Minnesota’s deer herd in 2014.
Two adult loons are fitted with satellite transmitters to track their movements as they migrate.
Follow these simple steps to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species:
clean, drain, dry.
High pressure hot water sprayers are being used by the Minnesota DNR to decontaminate boats and prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species.