Tracing a North Woods route that has transported people for centuries.
A look at this week's memorable fish catches including this 42½-inch northern on Lake of the Woods.
Officials say investigations are focusing on human sources of contamination.
The 25-year-old man sat in a kayak while shooting the federally protected birds.
Programs at state and regional parks.
Envision a trek past a fenced-in pasture where the shimmering agates along the dirt road beckon for your attention. As you saunter through the arched…
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Many familiar birds produce just one brood of young per year — tree swallows, purple martins, Baltimore orioles, ducks and geese, and red-winged blackbirds among…
The freighter captain said the 42-year-old was lucky to survive his ordeal.
West Nile virus has been confirmed in two dead loons, and is suspected in others.
Road construction since May 13 has made the 21-year-old establishment a challenge to find.
A look at where fish are biting around the state.
Buy a quality braided line, and with a small barrel swivel, attach about 18 inches of fluorocarbon to its end.
Fishermen with a net are removing thousands of Asian carp from Lake Decatur dam in central Illinois.
Fly rods at the ready, Dennis Anderson and Bob Nasby motored along on the St. Croix atop ageless red and white pines that clutter the river bottom in search of smallmouth bass.
DNR Mille Lacs area fisheries supervisor Tom Heinrich will lead discussions Tuesday at Mille Lacs Kathio State Park on Mille Lacs and Thursday at Indian Mounds Regional Park in St. Paul.
Excelsior Beach remained closed for unrelated reasons, but the rest of the lake is open as usual, officials said.
The present muskie mark has stood for 70 years, but the Hall of Fame Vikings coach nearly caught a bigger one.
University of Minnesota breakthrough could produce new ways to battle the destructive mussel.
Public beaches in Excelsior and across the Twin Cities are closed due to bacteria, as authorities work to find what sickened boaters who were at Lake Minnetonka's Big Island over the July 4th weekend.