So you’ve tapped your own maple syrup. Now what? Ron Hustvedt’s video blog walks you through the process in this second and final part of bringing maple syrup from the outdoors to your table.
Want to tap your own maple syrup? Ron Hustvedt’s video blog below walks you through the process.
Continuing negotiations demand the question: Why does the Minnesota DNR want to divert the critical habitat match?
Modern security concerns aside, having an all-American pocket knife readily available is the sign of a handy man.
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,…
Every other fall semester, SUNY Plattsburgh English lecturer Jack Downs teaches an outdoor writing class. I have been speaking to these classes as a professional member of the outdoor media since 2012. Prior to joining the Outdoor News team, I was a freelance writer, and was published regularly in Plattsburgh’s Press-Republican. I’m also a SUNY Plattsburgh Alumni, and love taking…
In his 50-plus-year career, the In-Fisherman co-founder touched almost every facet of the recreational sport-fishing business.
How to avoid the summer fishing doldrums (and the recreational boat traffic).
Record-breaking heat and bugs hindering your urge to wet a line this holiday weekend? Try trolling under a full moon for the region’s most popular freshwater gamefish
Ever wonder why swinging and missing is so common in all types of fishing?
Whether or not he designed his namesake seat, it’s still a fun, simple project to occupy the kids during this era of social distancing.
Choosing the right lure option for a kid’s first casting experience.
In this video, Outdoor News help clear up the issue so you can plan your trips as we get closer to the 2020 Minnesota Fishing Opener. Categories: Fishing, Minnesota Videos, News Tags: Fishing, Outdoor News
Outdoor News editor Rob Drieslein gives an update on outside activities that people can and can’t do with COVID-19 lingering.
Beat “stay-in-place”-induced cabin fever by targeting rough fish in a hard-running river near you.
Since 1989, the Wood Duck Challenge has been an Outdoor News institution that encourages youth under the age of 18 to construct and install a wood duck nesting box. For access to complete plans and instructions, check out this video. Categories: How To’s, Illinois Videos, Michigan Videos, Minnesota Videos, Nature, New York Videos, Ohio Videos, Pennsylvania Videos, Wisconsin Videos, Wood…
Tim Lesmeister finds that many of the same technological tools that freshwater anglers employ – like underwater cameras – improve his fishing success near Tampa Bay, Fla. Categories: Blog Content, Fishing, Illinois Videos, Michigan Videos, Minnesota Videos, New York Videos, Ohio Videos, Pennsylvania Videos, Tim Lesmeister, Wisconsin Videos Tags: Fishing, Outdoor News, Tim Lesmeister
There are many different ways to catch fish when going out ice fishing. Outdoor News’ Jason Revermann shares his favorite technique ice fishing while using set lines rather than other ways when you’re jumping from hole to hole. Categories: Fishing, How To’s, Ice Fishing, Ice Fishing Tips, Illinois Videos, Michigan Videos, Minnesota Videos, New York Videos, Ohio Videos, Pennsylvania Videos,…
Fishing is boring. Hunting is boring. Sitting around trolling, or jigging, or casting, waiting for a fish to bite isn’t always exciting. Waiting for a deer to walk by takes so long. We worked so hard to get the decoys set just right and our calls are perfectly tuned but the ducks aren’t approaching when we hoped. I’m bored. Chances…
Please be safe while going out on the ice. Always take caution and bring the proper gear with you.
Having the proper equipment and checking ice conditions frequently will help keep you topside.
Knowing the difference between a male and female ruffed grouse can be a little tricky to the naked eye. Michael Hehner sits down with Outdoor News and shows a couple of tricks that help him acknowledge the difference between the two birds. Categories: Hunting, Hunting News, Illinois Videos, Michigan Videos, Minnesota Videos, Nature, New York Videos, Ohio Videos, Pennsylvania Videos,…
From jigs to crankbaits, unleash a greatest hits of top angling tactics to convince walleyes to fall in during the great bite of autumn.
A study by a joint team of conservation biologists described a steady drop of nearly 3 billion North American birds since 1970, primarily as a result of human activities.
The art of coaching a miss could determine whether a new hunter continues with the sport or tries something entirely different.
The author uses his “sport utility rifle” for deer hunting, but he thinks they’re an obvious choice for coyotes, feral pigs, and other hunting scenarios.