Use electronics to scan steep breaks to locate baitfish and predators, then make sure to follow them as they switch depths during changing light conditions.
Researchers with the DNR are monitoring about 30 radio-collared black bears across the state, and asked hunters to voluntarily avoid shooting these valuable research subjects. They obliged.
Fish measured 43-1/2 inches and was caught by a member of the Women Anglers of Minnesota.
Hunter numbers have declined significantly from earlier this season, according to Minnesota Waterfowl Migration and Hunting Report.
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Though the author has never convinced a bird to admit it has an alcohol problem, she has indeed helped intoxicated birds “sleep it off.”
Weekend festivities kick off on Friday afternoon with a dedication of the Rooster Ridge Wildlife Management Area.
A Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board watercraft inspector contacted the DNR after finding two juvenile zebra mussels on a sailboat as it was being removed from the popular Twin Cities lake formerly known as Calhoun.
Researchers hope to learn more about starry stonewort, how it impacts areas and how to manage it.
Minnesota waterfowl migration and hunting report: Species diversity continues to change as migrant ducks move into the state
Some areas in central and southern Minnesota still held good numbers of teal and wood ducks. In northern Minnesota, ring-necked numbers have increased along with other diving ducks.
Two Minnesotans and, in all, four from the Great Lakes region lead the way.
Considering Minnesota’s wolf population survey, fall youth deer hunting, and a nifty trail cam image
If the margin of error on the eastern grey wolf population in Minnesota is more than 26 percent, what is it for important game species like white-tailed deer? Also, what’s with this white-tailed buck (trail cam image)?
Buck taken during the opening weekend of archery season near Preston in southeastern Minnesota’s disease management zone.
Biggest change came with pheasant hunter numbers, which saw a 32 percent drop from 2016.
With water temps dropping, crappies are munching on minnows. Use your electronics to locate schools of suspended slabs, then find what triggers bites.
Water levels remain fairly dry in the northern portion of the state but good to excellent across most of the rest of the state.
Officials say another gray wolf captured in Minnesota for relocation to the park has died "despite the best efforts of the attending veterinarians'' after being trapped, sedated and driven to a holding facility for a medical exam.
Population estimate statistically unchanged from last year – although overall and pack numbers down slightly. Still, Minnesota’s wolf population remains above state’s minimum goal and federal recovery goal.
North country lakes will begin experiencing turnover in coming weeks, but you still can enjoy quality fall angling before, during, and after this annual period.
The fall season has reached a fever pitch for bird-watchers, and even a little time afield via these simple, accessible spots can produce action for your life list.
When states begin legalizing air rifles – and they will – for big game, these modern guns will become legitimate options for pursuing deer and other species.
Painting of a wood duck drake from the Freeport-based artist will appear on 2019-2020 federal migratory bird hunting and conservation stamp.
Several Minnesota wild canine experts weigh in on whether a photo shows coyotes or wolves, and their conclusion is unanimous …
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