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If you want to catch walleyes right now, it's all about the bait.
Looking into the lives – and habitat – of this popular upland bird.
Deadline fast approaching for Camp Ripley archery hunting.
Lake Vermilion fisheries management plan a done deal.
Outdoor New Managing Editor Rob Drieslein and guests discuss hot topics in the out-of-doors.
Keys to fishing deeper, clear lakes.
Want to learn mountain biking basics?
New DWI law now encompasses motorboats, snowmobiles and ATVs, too.
A closer look at Minnesota's first state-wide deer management plan.
Deer hunters to have more opportunities this fall.
Outdoor News Managing Editor Rob Drieslein and guests talk hot topics in the out-of-doors.
Cranking up the speed with those crank baits.
What's going on with all the pelicans in North Dakota?
Calling all waterfowl artists.
"Tackle" Terry Tuma likes to test new crank baits. How's he do it?
The dog days of summer don't need to dog your fishing efforts, and moving water could be the key.
Listen in to Outdoor News Managing Editor and guests and they discuss the latest goings-on in the out-of-doors.
Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshops on Lake Superior. What you need to know.
Tapping into suspended walleyes with crank baits, courtesy of Mr. Walleye.
So what do you need when those big walleyes are biting? How about speed, flash and bulk.
Investigating the mortality of Lake Mille Lacs walleyes.
Minnesota clay target shooters dominate national championship.
Outdoor News Managing Editor Rob Drieslein gives outdoors types their weekly out-of-doors fix.
How to tackle the recent tough fishing bite.
Looking to get into some good pheasant and quail hunting this fall? Might want to consider southern Iowa.
Do you occasionally get lost in the woods? These maps will help.
Hearing some unusual sounds coming from the wetlands this summer? Could be a bittern.
Special hunts coming up for youth deer hunters, mentors.
Outdoor News Managing Editor Rob Drieslein and guests give listeners their weekly fix of all things out-of-doors.
What should you do if you find an orphaned wild animal?
A prairie chicken hunt in Minnesota? Yup, and here's what you need to do if you plan to take part in the upcoming hunt.
Ruffed grouse counts are down, but just how much?
Hunters heading to North Dakota for pheasant could find the going a little tougher this fall.
The DNR has a new state fisheries chief.
Outdoor News Managing Editor Rob Drieslein talks with those in the know on the ins and outs of the out-of-doors.
How the DNR is making it nearly impossible to get lost in the out-of-doors these days.
What's going on with breed duck and Canada goose numbers?
It's application time for popular Camp Ripley archery deer hunts.
Why bird feeders and the north country aren't always a good match.
Breeding duck and Canada goose numbers looking good.
Outdoor News Managing Editor Rob Drieslein, along with a host of knowledgable guests, give listeners their weekly fix of outdoor news.
Expanded hunting and fishing opportunities proposed at 30 national wildlife refuges across the country.
We just celebrated the first day of summer, but here's why it's important to start preparing now for winter fishing.
Bison will be on display at this Minnesota state park this summer.
What tournament fishing means to this Outdoor News blogger.
Could things be changing when it comes to keeper walleyes and saugers on the Rainy River and Lake of the Woods?
Outdoor News managing editor Rob Drieslein talks with those in the know about happenings in the great outdoors.
Rescheduled: No registration needed for ATVs on this weekend.
Adding a little flavor to your crank baits.
Mr. Walleye stresses sonar to first find fish, because if you're not fishing fish, you may as well be fishing in your bathtub.
Gold Seal Contest up and running. What's your favorite park for recreational activities?
To tap into the bite, it's all about the bait.
Catching monster lake trout – how it's being done.
You can get involved in monarch tagging project.
Bat festival coming to the Northwoods.
"Lessons" learned in recent bass-fishing tournament.
Lake Michigan stocking efforts paying off for anglers.
Amateur photographers, there's still time to enter the state parks calendar photo contest.
Interested in bonus antlerless deer tags?
For "Tackle" Terry Tuma, active bite a good time to experiment with new crank baits.
What's the hot ticket to a hot summer bite? Try moving water.
"Tackle" Terry Tuma and a hot crank-baiting tip.
Why North Dakota is becoming a haven – for pelicans.
Yes, there's a lot of great habitat for birds in Wisconsin, but that doesn't mean all birds species are doing great in the state.
Crank baits and targeting those suspended walleyes.
How to attract those big walleyes.
Programs o'plenty at this state wildlife area.
There's a new shooting range in Columbia County, and it's a beauty.
Surveying the Mississippi River.
You may not see these elusive birds, but you may have heard them, blending in along wetland areas.
Anglers, how to improve your catch even when the bite is tough.
Southern Iowa a destination for Wisconsin hunters in search of good pheasant and quail hunting this fall.
First case of chronic wasting disease reported in this Wisconsin county, and there will be consequences.
Grouse numbers are declining in the upper Great Lakes states? Here's why.
Come across an orphaned wild animal? Here's what to do.
Wisconsin youth archer third at world tournament, earning a scholarship in the process.
Hunting pheasant in North Dakota this fall? You'll likely see fewer birds.
So what caused the recent Winnebago fish kill?
Targeting suspended walleyes with crank baits.
How to target – and land – those suspended crappies.
Tournament fishing from a kayak.
Why bird feeders can be a no-no in the Northwoods.
Anglers, don't be without a good net.
The expansion of national wildlife refuges and what it might mean to hunters and anglers.
Yes, it's summertime, but it's also time to start looking ahead to the next ice-fishing season.
Tournament angling is good for fishing.
Heading to northern Wisconsin? There are road closures due to the recent rains that you'll want to be aware of.
With drawing complete, Wisconsin closing in on first-ever managed elk hunt.
Adding a little flavor to those crank baits just might do the trick for those deep walleyes.
Mr. Walleye and sonar: Before you fish for fish, you need to find the fish.
Marking 50 years of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway.
"Tackle" Terry Tuma gets wacky with this bass-fishing presentation.
What's going on with the wolf population in Wisconsin?
Fishing for bullheads brings back fond memories.
Still a lot of things to do in June at this outdoors destination.
High school student wins state park sticker design contest.
Mr. Walleye and what to do when there's no walleye chop.
Building a better bear trap in Wisconsin.
Fishing the walleye peak with Mr. Walleye.
Hiking in northern Wisconsin? Don't forget your bear spray.