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Tribe wants to reclaim all of Upper Red Lake, a walleye mecca
Red Lake Nation tribal leaders say they are going to the U.S. Department of Interior with a longstanding grievance over boundary lines in hopes of bringing the entire northern Minnesota lake under their control.
Lawmakers seeking to reform Minnesota's response to fish kills
House and Senate proposals push need for speed and greater attention to human health.
In like a lion: Nine things to do, follow in Minnesota outdoors in March
Thinking about predictions for ice-out, new rough fish rules, Northwest Sportshow's arrival, raptors on the wing, muskies, and more. March is a busy month for things to do, follow and learn about.
City of Houston votes to dump motorized trail project
The southeast city's defiant shift sets up a new chapter of conflict over moto-trails first proposed more than 14 years ago on a hilly, ecologically sensitive site.
DNR loosens Mille Lacs walleye fishing regulations for summer
The decision reflects signs of progress in lake's walleye population.
Hunting dog healed the divide between a Minnesota father and son
Hunting has become an all-consuming passion for Keng Yang after years of rejecting his father for hunting in the tradition of his Hmong culture.
Wilderness group back in court to cut motorized towboats in BWCA
Complaint says lax enforcement by Forest Service led to a "freeway'' of motorized towboats.
Booze, inexperience cause rider deaths on rocket-fast snowmobiles
People always will like to go fast, as Hunter S. Thompson wrote. But speedy snowmobiles don't injure and kill people. In many cases, foolishness does.
Morneau goes from clubhouse to ice house to host Mille Lacs tourney
Former Twins star Justin Morneau says the fishing event strikes a chord with him because it helps families afford sports for their kids, a situation he experienced growing up.
DNR unveils funding request for capital improvement projects
The bonding portion of the agency's budget proposal brings the overall funding request to $553 million — mostly one-time money.