A look at outdoor-related events coming up from across Minnesota published in the Dec. 8, 2023, edition of Minnesota Outdoor News.
Pure maple syrup produced in Hibbing, Minn., took top honors in late October at the annual international competition held by the North American Maple Syrup Council.
Entries from 15 states and Canadian provinces were present
With preliminary numbers from the recently completed firearms deer season showing a 7% decline in harvest from last year, it’s not surprising that muzzleloader license sales are up a bit, as hunters continue to try
Many hunters dream of shooting a buck whose antlers score over 200 inches. It’s a rarity to record two 200-inch bucks in a lifetime.
But Luke Onstad of Spring Grove, Minn., achieved that rare accomplishment
Minnesota’s deer firearms season concluded Nov. 26 with the end of the 3B hunt, and deer harvest numbers remain down by 7% compared with 2022. There are a few deer hunting opportunities left, like muzzleloader
Is it a good idea to be out on the very early ice? It’s not very safe, and sometimes the fishing is not even that great due to clear ice. Here are some thoughts.
The Minnesota State Patrol confirmed a westbound motorist struck and killed a cougar on I-394 at Theodore Wirth Parkway in the city of Minneapolis at 2:15 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 6.
Lt. Jill Frankfurth, public
The late-October winter storm that delivered big winds, dropped snow, and sent temperatures plummeting across portions of North Dakota and South Dakota was supposed to be a game-changer for waterfowl numbers in these two states.<br
Here we go again; the 2023 ice-fishing season has arrived.
As I dig out my gear for early ice fishing, here are some thoughts on the equipment and preparations needed for success on the ice,