The DNR planted seeds for a plentiful harvest to start the season.
It took a little while, but the fish eventually started biting near Red Wing.
The trick to remember for Saturday's fishing opener, especially in this wacky spring, will be finding walleyes, and less so catching them once they're located.
Perhaps no creature on the Wisconsin landscape elicits more extreme reactions than the gray wolf.
Minnesotans were back together on Saturday — vaxed, relaxed and newly unmasked.
A team of scuba divers on Friday completed the first dive of a massive, six-month effort to rid the popular Lake Tahoe of fishing rods, tires, aluminum cans, beer bottles and other trash accumulating underwater.
The fishing opener is back and so is our interest in your fishing stories and photos for our Trophy Tales feature, which we will publish…
George Hovland once skied the entirety of the American Birkebeiner in atrial fibrillation.
Not all of the half-million or so Minnesota anglers who have plans for Saturday's fishing opener will carve a path atop some freshwater in a vessel.
Waves of migrating warblers are passing through the treetops. Other birds that have arrived include warbling and red-eyed vireos, chimney swifts, and scarlet tanagers.
The view is incredible north of the border, and so is the company.
Wisconsin wildlife officials are considering revising wolf regulations to prohibit night hunting and shorten the window for registering kills after hunters blew past their quota in February.
A Swiss climber and an American have died on Mount Everest in the season's first casualties on the world's highest mountain, expedition organizers said Thursday.
Two teams led by Minnesotans have been pushing their canoes day and night to get down the Mississippi River. One reported reaching its goal Monday morning.
National Park Service officials want to reduce the size of a Grand Canyon herd that they say has damaged vegetation, archaeological sites and the water supply.
Florida may lift its three-decade ban on catching and killing goliath grouper. Wildlife officials say the coastal fish's numbers have recovered sufficiently from near-extinction to allow a limited harvest, but the proposal is strongly opposed by environmentalists who say it is still at risk.
This "Gang of Four'' has celebrated their own private fishing opener the second week of the season, overcoming personal tragedy.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little has signed into law a measure that could lead to killing 90% of the state's 1,500 wolves in a move that was backed by hunters and the state's powerful ranching sector but heavily criticized by environmental advocates.
More Minnesotans are getting hooked on metal fishing, reeling in everything from bottle caps to bicycles.
A Minneapolis man is leading a crew in an attempt to speed down the Mississippi River in a canoe. They're in the wake of another foursome with Minnesota connections deep into its own attempt.