Dennis Anderson, Tony Kennedy and Bob Timmons stay on top of everything going on outdoors.
Consecutive years of heavy winter fishing pressure prompted a reduction from four walleyes to three.
Online bidding has started on everything from firearms to bows to trail cams – even a 13-point shoulder mount -- confiscated out in the field by Minnesota conservation officers.
Minnesota's pheasant population flourished this year amid favorable weather conditions and increased habitat, a breakthrough that should be noticeable to ringneck hunters.
The 2020 spike in fishing license sales has sagged, but it's still boom time on Minnesota lakes
Caretakers of the popular wildlife feature report young chick hit powerline.
Moisture pushed count ahead 18 percent from last year.
Michael Koppy set the new record, with support, for covering the trail.
Without license revenue, loss to DNR Game and Fish Fund could be significant.
Arriving, increasing, peaking -- BirdCast from Cornell Lab of Ornithology covers a lot of ground.
Gov. Tim Walz has been reminded by legislators that hunting and fishing, unlike other outdoor activities, are protected under the state Constitution.
Modern Carnivore is prepping hunters with free webinars.
The move is especially acute for Dick Beardsley, whose marathon course record set in 1981 stood for 33 years.
Parks remain open, but DNR made the move ahead of stay-at-home order.
What do you want to know about the Minnesota outdoors in light of the coronavirus?
Association executive director will depart with a legacy of ideas and progress.
While downward trend began in 2006, news matches recent reports.
In its 23rd year, the count is the first online citizen-science project of its kind.
We asked for readers to weigh in on their outdoors plans in the new year. They ranged from grand to simple to surprising.
Minneapolis man was member of six-person team on ocean adventure.
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