A record-high population of 1.2 million whitetail deer awaited the opening of the Minnesota's firearm deer season, and one was particularly special
Only after years or decades in the field can we come to fully appreciate what an amazing animal we are fortunate to have in our midst.
Even a bleak pheasant forecast in the Mount Rushmore State is apt to be utopian by any other standards
When it comes to sharing highly confidential wapiti-hunting material, sometimes less is more.
A freak accident left the renowned archery hunter with serious injuries, but he's battling back to pull a bow again
Some hunters may well cringe while recalling when the broadcast journalist hosted the 1975 CBS special titled "Guns of Autumn"
By his own definition, Ron Lee is a city dude. So, how did it happen that he also is an unabashed zealot for archery hunting?
To get a better view of the future of fishing, sometimes it's best to learn from past experiences.
For nearly a half-century he has been chasing trophy muskellunge at Minnesota's Leech Lake.
Carl Lowrance's early innovations have led to an upswell of recent high-tech angling options
When the angling finally does start to warm up, here are some options to consider before winter sets in.
Ron Schara: Of trolling motors; Everything you wanted to know ... and weren't afraid to ask
We're now midway into Minnesota's June fishing season. And we anglers oughta be collectively dancin' atop our gunwales.
Iowa rain forest a bunch of monkey business
With a few answers to a few queries, the greenhorn may benefit from this beginner's guide to hunting gobblers.
Ralph Duren is a master Missouri mimic making magical merriment. He can duplicate the sounds of about any animal.