Recent content from Dennis Anderson
The family of Michael Moosbrugger found comfort in an image from Star Tribune Outdoors last week. "It seemed like Michael was popping up to say hello to all of us. We miss him every day."
Fall inspires recollections of adventure taken, and an eagerness for hunter and four-legged companions to get out.
In the past 10 years the correlation between spring drumming counts of ruffed grouse and their fall population has weakened so much that the survey is no longer considered a reliable predictor.
With too few members (approximately 2,500) and too-little cash (about $20,000) the group's board voted unanimously recently to shutter its rental office in Hopkins, effective Sept. 30.
A star-struck 10-year-old will have quite a fish story to tell his fellow fourth-graders when he returns to school next week. And every word will be true.
Late-season snowstorms, spring rain likely contributed to birds' demise, DNR reports.
In its more than 120-year history, Outdoor Life has published the writings of Hemingway, Grey, Roosevelt and Leopold, as well as Clark Gable, Babe Ruth and Amelia Earhart.
Herding competition has become more of a sport.
Wholly dependent on very cold water, brook trout are perhaps Minnesota's most vulnerable finned species to ever-warming temperatures.
Game Fair: Frank Taylor is in his 38th consecutive year at the event.