Hook and Bullet
At my age, the outlets for satisfying my competitive urges have dwindled dramatically. I quit playing hockey years ago when I could no longer distinguish my “good knee” from my “bad knee.” Golf is too
Several conservation groups, including the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, celebrated earlier this month the introduction of federal legislation aimed to improve and protect fish and wildlife habitat. Here is TRCP’s response.
Minnesota cuffs and collars are Field reports from Minnesota DNR conservation officers. These reports are from the Feb. 23, 2024, edition of Outdoor News.
Earlier this month, a record $6.4 million was raised in one night for wild sheep conservation at the Wild Sheep Foundation’s 47th annual convention in Reno, Nev.
During the event, a record $600,000 was paid
I’ve made it my mission this winter to do most of my crappie and bluegill fishing in shallow water – anywhere from 5 to 7 feet. I’ve had some slow days and some excellent days
Outdoor News will accept nominations for it 24th Person of the Year award through Feb. 29. Do you know a conservationist in the state who, with little fanfare, goes about his or her business of
Underwater cameras are old technology in the modern world of fishing electronics, but they’re still an effective tool for finicky panfish.
Minnesota bills address White Earth State Forest transfer, native prairies, changes to deer firearms opener
The first week of the Minnesota legislative session is in the books, and there were a handful of bills discussed at committee hearings as well as other bills introduced on the House and Senate floor
If you’re a spring snow goose hunter and you don’t have your gear ready to roll, the time to do so is nigh.
Spring-like weather south of Minnesota and the Dakotas throughout most of February