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."
Officials said repairs at the popular venue, closed since March, will continue through the fall.
A look at what to expect in Minnesota waterfowl hunters' bags this fall.
Wildlife managers say duck hunting is expected to be good when Minnesota's regular waterfowl season opens Saturday morning.
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"It should be brilliant," the DNR's Val Cervenka said, adding that all the rain helped trees stay healthy and green.
Bill Gombold, 65, of Squaw Lake restores and paints duck decoys, and hunts over a collection like few others. It's been a passion since he was a teenager.
Wildlife officials found the silver carp, the first of its kind to get a tag, while tracking a tagged bighead carp.
Hawk-watching begins in mid-August and continues into December.
What outdoors people are reading, listening to, following, and more.
Fall inspires recollections of adventure taken, and an eagerness for hunter and four-legged companions to get out.
Cabin Country: The landing spot was a stretch of land in Hubbard County.
Do This Now at Minnesota state and regional parks.
Review: New release borders on too much information, but it could come in handy.
Lab tests are underway will determine if a virus killed 20-plus wild deer in Stearns County
A Democratic legislator wants to spend millions of dollars to fight chronic wasting disease.
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.
The virus that attacks deer is spread by biting midges, usually in late summer or early fall.
Animal rights groups are suing California over rules that allow animals to be hunted with the aid of hunting dogs wearing GPS tracking devices on their collars.
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.