Blind man makes outdoors-related items for kids, or fundraisers benefitting kids and their health issues
Small game harvest report also shows ’15 ruffed grouse kill lowest in a decade
Springfield — What the numbers mean for duck hunters in Illinois won’t be known until blinds along the river start filling up in October. But if your hunt is for good news, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s duck breeding population survey report contains a fair share: both mallards and green-winged teal had the highest estimates ever recorded. Mallards increased…
Can a Midwestern white-tailed deer hunter ever really prepare for the elk mountains?
Well-known outdoor writer simply connected with people
Although there are more and more choices, anglers should keep in mind that the proper fishing line could make the difference between a good day and a bad day on the water
Great storytellers are not made… they’re born, and the hunter and angler from southern Minnesota will be remembered as an all-time outdoors writing legend.
We’re in the heart – and heat – of summer and most of us are enjoying a variety of outdoor activities. However, people who are active outdoors during the summer face a dilemma when it comes to insects and insect repellents.
Preventative maintenance on ice fishing gear makes for faster preparation, and it could save you a ton of money!
By all accounts, white-tailed bucks should be moving in the daylight during the summer, but some still seem to be night owls.
An encounter with a bear is always a neat experience
While trying out a new baitcasting combo on a local fishing lake, a seasoned angler gets schooled by a young fisherman.
The fake fish and wildlife in the latest gaming craze could help people discover birds, birding, and other outdoor recreation.
Put the mower away and sit on the porch enjoying the outdoors
Even as the air and water temperatures rise, targeting bass in shallow water can pay dividends
Low standards can increase your streamside summer trout, bass, and even carp angling success
The politics of fisheries management too often fails to protect rank-and-file anglers and quality sportfish
People who like birds love spring migration because we see an array of brightly colored warblers (and a few drab ones) before they head farther north. Not all of them summer in Canada; in fact quite a few warblers nest in the United States including American redstarts, yellow warblers, common yellowthroats and if you’re along the Mississippi River, the prothonotary…
Trail camera efforts can make or break your hunt
Sporting clays a great summer shotgunning option
Big trout, a deep Western canyon, and a surly serpent highlight a morning of flyfishing on a classic coldwater fishery.
Larger panfish will seek deeper depths during the long, warm-water days of summer.
Fish intelligence in question in Pennsylvania
Why your best bet for capturing game-camera action might be to set them to capture movies instead of images
Keep dogs out of trouble this time of year
USFWS responds to July 2015 petition from Center for Biological Diversity and Honor the Earth