Back bays are locked up and there is some spearing for pike that has been happening.
The ice season got off to a quick start in parts of Minnesota in recent days, with ice forming on some water bodies and numerous reports of ice anglers already testing their luck. The Minnesota
Ice fishing kicking off in Minnesota as ice slowly thickens; here’s a report from many popular areas
The transition from open water to hard water is slowing beginning in northern Minnesota, with many areas seeing “walkable” ice thickness – enough to start the hard-water season.
The central and southern parts of the
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking public input on a draft recovery plan for the lower 48 distinct population segment of Canada lynx, informed by an updated species status assessment.
The Canada lynx
Three men were cited Nov. 20 for a variety of offenses after a Turn In Poachers complaint led Minnesota DNR Conservation Officer Vinny Brown to finding deer carcasses dumped on public land, according to a
Updated: Minnesota and Wisconsin DNR partner to capture 400 invasive carp in the Mississippi River after 77 more were caught Dec. 4
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed the capture of 323 invasive carp on Nov. 30 in Pool 6 of the Mississippi River, near Trempealeau, Wis.
Species captured were 296 silver carp, 23 grass
The 2023 Arrowhead Ice Fishing and Winter Show gets under way Friday and continues through Sunday at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. Visit the show to see the latest in fish houses, winter clothing, ice-fishing
Minnesota cuffs and collars are field reports from Minnesota DNR conservation officers. This report is from the Dec. 8, 2023, edition of Minnesota Outdoor News.
Anglers have strategies when moving from soft water to hard, but with mapping capabilities available, it’s not difficult to create a plan for where to try ice fishing first.