Every fall in Minnesota is seems the duck situation changes according to weather conditions, rain amounts and air temperatures. Heading into the early season here in central Minnesota, Mother Nature has thrown us some curves and the modern waterfowler needs to adapt accordingly. Here are some insights into our early season and some of my budding strategies.
After spending August scouting my favorite whitetail bow hunting areas, I have come to the conclusion that the majority of the deer right now are keying on water sources and expect this trend to continue into September.
Here in central Minnesota we have a small window of opportunity to chase the Mourning Dove and this window seems to last about six weeks every fall.
by Steve Carney Contributing writer August fishing has always been nothing great over the years as we head into some very warm temperatures. Over the last few years I have dedicated the month of August to hanging portable tree stands in preparation for the upcoming bow opener in a few weeks. Nothing can contribute to [...]
Bow hunting permits will be issued this fall by the Anoka County Parks Department to cull the deer herds in three county regional parks.
For Coon Rapids residents Todd Lindorff and his 14-year-old daughter Payton Lindorff, hunting has grown into a father-daughter bonding experience.