We have experienced the early segment of duck hunting here in central Minnesota and we now approach the mid-period of the duck season and are making our preparations.
The early-season Canada Goose management season is now officially closed. I really like to take advantage of the early-season outings for a couple of reasons.
It seems every fall we get a different set of weather and environmental circumstances that affect our hunting styles and dictate conditions.
Doves always have been and continue to be the most prolific migratory bird in the United States.
Harvests of these birds are in the astronomical numbers in the southern United States and less so here in the Midwest.
As we head into late July and early August, now our thoughts turn to the transition from open water fishing to the upcoming hunting seasons which are just weeks away.
As we head into late July and early August, our thoughts turn to the transition from open water fishing to the upcoming hunting seasons, which are just weeks away.
Blaine youth football camp set Blaine is hosting a youth football camp from 6-8 p.m. July 28-31 on the football practice fields behind Blaine High School. The camp fee is $50 and is open to kids entering first through eighth grades. More information is available at blainefootball.org Junion Panther football camp set Spring Lake Park [...]
Controlled archery deer hunts will take place at three Anoka County regional parks next fall.
On a recommendation of its Parks and Community Services Committee, the Anoka County Board June 10 adopted resolutions for the issuance of hunting permits at Bunker Hills Regional Park, Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park and Rice Creek Chain of Lakes Regional Park as part of the county’s deer management program.