Big fish — those larger than about 2 pounds — should always be held horizontally. This is especially true for sturgeon and muskies, as well as large northern pike.
Three stories of anglers and their recent catches
The Washington County Sheriff's Office said the river's anticipated cresting above 683 feet by Wednesday.
Almost every year, the reports filter down from the highest mountain in the world, and talk among the climbing teams at Everest Base Camp turns to the latest person to die.
Scientists are identifying planting spots that will be strongholds against climate change.
Chisago City area: Anglers are reeling in walleyes on most area lakes but Green and South Center appear to the best using a jig and…
Bass season opens Saturday, and crankbaits, spinner baits and jig-and-worm combos will be joined by wacky rigs as favorites
Recreational anglers along the Gulf Coast are planning a floating protest against strict federal limits on red snapper fishing that they say are hurting businesses throughout the region.
Crowds already are flocking to the fishing pier and its surrounding day-use area at Lake Vermilion-Soudan Underground Mine State Park. A few boat-in campsites have opened and crews are working toward a late-summer opening of the park's first campground.
Eagan teacher Jon Mathson, 41, collapsed during the Superior Trail Race on the North Shore.
An existing set of roadways and bike paths between St. Paul and Grand Portage State Park has been designated U.S. Bike Route 41.
A rethinking of conservation and especially conservation politics is necessary if Minnesota 20 years and more from now is going to retain a semblance of the pristine lakes, rivers, woods and prairies that historically have made it a great place to live.
Paddle Share program eases access to the river.
The state Department of Natural Resources wants to again reduce the number of counties where hunters can shoot only bucks this fall in a sign Wisconsin's herd continues to grow.
Site in Meeker County is under long quarantine and will be disinfected.
You've tried several of these places, for hiking or sight-seeing or otherwise. We have some alternatives to try.
A popular fixture of Minnesota running has encouragement, from what to buy to how to prioritize running in your life.
Power in the Paddle series, Part 3: Author has five trips, whether you like to fish or camp. Regardless, it's hard to pick a favorite river.
Cook, Minn., proprietor is a man of stories, interests.
Afield column: Variety of wildlife find shelter within the stack on the author's many acres.