Dropping plastic baits in a barge traffic area? Results pan out for St. Paul guide
The Minnesota Department of Transportation's first economic impact analysis of the state's cycling industry also found that 13.6 percent of Twin Cities residents commute by bike, at least once in a while.
Thirty-one years have passed since Will Steger led the world's first unsupported trek to the North Pole by dogsled. Up next he's headed from Ely to Burchell Lake, Ontario.
Carol Altepeter coordinated the Minnesota Governor's Fishing Opener the past 21 years. During many of those, she never wet a line.
The northern Minnesota county has, so far, escaped infestation by major aquatic invasive species (AIS), including zebra mussels, milfoil and starry stonewort.
New video of a century-old storm sewer system spotlights need for water quality.
The famous Gagnes of Minnesota and their contemporaries made some memories in the outdoors, too, when it was time to get away.
The North Star Grand Prix had been held in the Lowertown area.
It took some sweat equity – and a lot of driving – to realize a dream in northern St. Louis County.
Bass pro Seth Feider won big last fall, and he has worked to stay elite.
Weekend lineup has birding trek on Brown's Creek state trail in Stillwater area.
The birds' migration is a harbinger of spring.
For one, hunting-oriented element has proven popular format with youth.
Restrictions needed to protect dwindling fish numbers, DNR says.
The annual gathering for hunting, fishing and camping enthusiasts has been a familiar launchpad for innovative gear for 85 years.
Including all test results dating to November, the DNR confirmed CWD in 10 deer clustered between Preston and Lanesboro.
Congress has approved a bill that would allow aerial hunting of grizzly bears and killing of bears and wolves near dens on federal lands in Alaska.
Volunteer birders are the backbone of the annual survey — the Christmas Bird Count — providing mountains of data.
Rodrick Kottom and Douglas Marana both refused to be interviewed by DNR investigators in alleged trapping cases, leaving questions about "why?" unanswered.
For 40 years, Women Anglers of Minnesota has been offering fishing wisdom for women.