Recent content from Dennis Anderson
Decades before retrievers were the most popular canines in America, they were Minnesota's top dogs. Labradors have long been No. 1 in this state, with golden retrievers, Chesapeake Bay retrievers and flat-coated retrievers commonplace here, as well.
Her intent during her 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. seminars at the outdoor extravaganza is to teach trapshooting to shotgunners eager to learn from a master.
Ted Capra, whose victories as a competitive angler span an unsurpassed five decades in Minnesota, died Wednesday after a long history of heart problems. He was 80.
Star Tribune columnist will throw out the first pitch Saturday because it's the 35th anniversary of the bird group -- an idea he proposed long ago.
Taking stock of the biting incident on Island Lake: Signs point to the work of a muskie or northern pike.
Chances seem good the 11,000-pound allocation will be sufficient to carry anglers through Labor Day, after which Mille Lacs walleye fishing is closed for the open-water season.
The Lindners have caught tens of thousands of fish. They've written countless fishing books and articles and filmed even more countless television shows, culminating in 1974 with the founding of In-Fisherman, the parent company for the sport fishing magazine and nationally syndicated radio and TV shows of the same name that they sold to Primedia in 1998.
Suggestion comes as a surprise and a worry for deer groups.
How many jobs are available in the fishing industry, and how diverse are those jobs? The answers: Plenty. And plenty.
Sam Mathieu, 23, of Lake Elmo, cooked up a wild road-trip idea after asking himseld: "Do people ever paddle the length of the Mississippi River by kayak?"