Thursday, July 25th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Thursday, July 25th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967


Filter Options

Fish Species

Kansas hunting accidents decreased in 2008

Pratt – The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) reports that there were 16 hunting accidents in 2008, with three fatalities, two of which were not actually legal hunting incidents. This is a decrease

Hmong anglers enjoy new access to white bass in MN

St. Paul, Minn. (AP) – About 100 white bass hitched a short ride recently between two small Ramsey County lakes, but the fish relocation was a bigger step in relations between the Minnesota Department of

Mich. DNR wants feds to allow more cormorant kills

Bay City, Mich. (AP) – Michigan officials want federal permission to kill more cormorants to help reduce the shorebirds’ impact on human fishing in the Great Lakes. Russ Mason is wildlife chief for the state

Wis. budget committee OKs $5 gun-fee increase

Madison, Wis. (AP) – Background-check fees on handgun purchases would increase less than Gov. Jim Doyle wanted, under a proposal approved by the Legislature’s budget committee. The Joint Finance Committee voted 12-4 Tuesday to increase

Post-session: F&W sees cuts

St. Paul – The DNR Fish and Wildlife Division’s slice of the state General Fund pie just got smaller, but, given the state of budget affairs, some officials are calling the outcome of the recent

Tests show Nebraska deer free of bovine TB

Lincoln, Neb. (AP) – Wildlife officials say results from tests on white-tailed deer in northeast Nebraska show the deer are free of bovine tuberculosis. Officials say the 42 wild deer tested were taken from an

Firearms in the field: why wardens may ask for them

Madison – Does a conservation warden have the right to ask a hunter to turn over his or her firearm, and, if so, under what circumstances? Recent questions regarding conservation warden prerogatives in the field

Wyo. moose numbers fall short of target

Jackson, Wyo. (AP) – An annual survey of big game in Wyoming finds that moose and mule deer numbers statewide are down from population objectives. However, the big game survey shows pronghorn numbers are strong

For a limited time, you can get full access to breaking news, all original Outdoor News stories and updates from the entire Great Lakes Region and beyond, the most up-to-date fishing & hunting reports, lake maps, photo & video galleries, the latest gear, wild game cooking tips and recipes, fishing & hunting tips from pros and experts, bonus web content and much, much more, all on your smartphone, tablet or desktop For just a buck per month!

Some restrictions apply. Not valid with other promotions. $1 per month for 6 months (you will be billed $6) and then your subscription will renew at standard subscription rates. For more information see Terms and Conditions. This offer only applies to and not for any Outdoor News print subscriptions. Offer valid thru 3/31/23.

Already a subscriber to Click here to login.

Before you go... Get the latest outdoor news sent to your inbox.

Sign up for our free newsletter.

Email Address(Required)
What outdoor activities interest you?