The pandemic brought them here, but will they continue buying iicenses and gear once the pandemic fades?
“It was like Fourth of July every day” – and land managers and advocates everywhere are taking stock of the ruin.
Southeastern Wisconsin lakes have ice, but anglers must use caution when trying to access fishing areas on foot.
DNR says 2020 fish stocking successful, despite challenges.
The pandemic meant a flood of Americans who normally wouldn’t have ended up in Montana came here this spring, summer and fall. And based on feedback collected this summer, Montanans still have an overall favorable view of tourists and the money they bring here, but 2020 put strains on that sentiment.
State regulators say it’s one of the longest running surveys of its kind in the country.
Outdoor News early this week received many phone calls from readers across the state who had not yet received their most recent edition of the newspaper. This is the result of COVID-related personnel shortages and distribution backlogs at the U.S. Postal Service in the Twin Cities, which the agency has highlighted on its website. Please know that Outdoor News regrets the delay to readers,…
Let us all lend a hand in this process to ensure a brighter future for hunting and fishing, as well as our natural resources.
The DNR said it pulled in more than $15 million from vehicle admission fees and trail passes from January through August. That’s a 21% increase from the same period in 2019.
Fishing license sales, kayak permit sales, camp site rentals through the roof.
Are critters really more abundant, or are citizens working from home simply seeing more of the birds and mammals that always have lived among us?
How about expanding deer harvest opportunities for those who can’t afford beef during the pandemic?
Here are five things to consider if you are thinking of buying a recreational property this spring or summer.
(Minnesota DNR)The Minnesota DNR and Minnesota Department of Health collaborated to create new outdoor recreation guidelines for use during the COVID-19 pandemic. These guidelines apply to both recreational facilities and the public and are based on Governor Walz’s Emergency Executive Order Allowing for Safe Outdoor Recreation (EO 20-38). Following these guidelines will help protect you and your fellow Minnesotans from this health threat. You…
Fewer automobiles on the roads helping wildlife on a number of fronts. And, in turn, people are taking notice of and enjoying the natural world around them.
Michigan DNR conservation officers issued five citations over the weekend to boaters in violation of the governor’s stay-home order, but none of them involved the use of a motorized boat, according to the department. For the story, click here. Categories: News Tags: Boating, Boats, COVID-19, Michigan DNR
Successful hunting seasons make for a freezer full of venison, pheasants and geese to last through these troubling months under lockdown.
Setting road blocks in front of people trying to recreate outdoors does little to stem the tide of COVID-19.
Most turkey hunting still allowed on state property.
Even while respecting social distancing, odds are there’s some quality water with good gamefishing opportunities near you right now.
Move is temporary during COVID-19 crisis, director says.
Double-crested cormorants in Pennsylvania enjoying benefits of stocked trout without human competition.
No new restrictions on state park access just yet.
73rd annual event postponed to May 6-9, 2021; 2020 fishing opener still scheduled May 9.
Deer hunters listened in remotely and may now submit online comments regarding CDAC recommendations.
As we all learn to deal with this pandemic, realize that it could be worse.