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Two Non-Residents Set Minnesota Pike and Muskie Records This Summer
A pair of giant sportfish set state records in Minnesota this summer
Minnesota’s Early Teal Experiment: More Opportunity for Duck Hunters or a Threat to Duck Hunting as We Know It?
Wildlife agencies in states like Minnesota are trying to create more opportunity to increase duck hunter numbers. But are the new seasons and more liberal regulations hurting their cause?
Zebra Mussels Found in Iconic Rainy Lake Fishery
Invasive zebra mussels have been found in the iconic Rainy Lake on the Minnesota-Ontario border
The Truth About Hunter Mentoring: Everyone’s Got to Earn It
Being a real hunting mentor takes much more than a weekend
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness Closes Indefinitely Due to Wildfires
Visitors are being removed from one of the most popular wilderness areas in America as wildfires burn out of control
Great Lakes States Are Divided on Wolf Hunting Plans
Minnesota will not open a wolf hunt while Wisconsin moves toward another hunting season
Spring Walleye Harvest to Be Allowed on Minnesota’s Mille Lacs Lake for Two Weeks
New regulations will permit anglers to keep one walleye for a limited time
The Greatest Day in Minnesota Muskie Fishing History
Two 50-pound muskies on the same day—Mille Lacs muskie angler Ben Knutson achieves the unthinkable
Eulogy for a Duck Dynasty
The 52-year-old Minnesota Waterfowl Association folded last month amid a long decline in state duck hunter numbers
Can CWD Really Be Cured?
The whirlwind regarding a potential cure for chronic wasting disease heats up. Here’s the latest news