Using a double hook technique will allow you to go through heavy cover and brush.
Best thing to do — while also avoiding being gored — was to try to shoot off one of the antlers. Third attempt was the charm.
With the Minnesota trout opener looming on April 15, DNR Fisheries crews were planting thousands of rainbows in the south-metro coldwater fishery.
An honest explanation as to why Kristen Monroe hunts with her family
Harvest more turkeys with these simple hunting tips and tactics
He embraces the important role hunting plays in his life as the youngest in the “Raised Hunting” family.
David Holder of “Raised Hunting” fame talks about what it means for his family to serve as headliners for the 2017 Outdoor News Deer and Turkey Classic. (Brian Peterson photo)For the last three years, David and Karin Holder and their sons Warren and Easton have brought their “the-family-that-hunts-together-stays-together” mentality to the Outdoor Channel with “Raised Hunting,” a show about an average American…
Minnesota Outdoor News editor Tim Spielman, left, and Outdoor News Man of the Year Ray Gildow. (Brian Peterson photo)Ray Gildow, a legendary guide — he is, after all, part of the legendary Nisswa Guides League — and a longtime volunteer and conservation advocate is Outdoor News’ Man of the Year. Gildow was recognized and presented with the award at the…
Wayne Herndon has seen changes in technology and management strategies during his 45-year career.
The Alligator Gar is a prehistoric fish that traces its ancestors back to the days of the dinosaurs. Three of these ancient fish, weighing almost 40 pounds each, are on display in the fisheries tent in Conservation World at the Illinois State Fair.
Watch these high school anglers bring some five-plus-pound bass to the scales during the IHSA bass fishing sectional at Sangchris Lake.
Scientists try to determine if a restored wetland is meeting the needs for diving ducks like lesser scaup.
Every fall, biologists from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources conduct surveys of lakes to assess the health of fish populations.
Ducks pour into the Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge on the Illinois River as duck migration reaches its peak.
Illinois Department of Natural Resources fisheries division personnel drain a crappie rearing pond and stock the fish into Lake Springfield.