A group called Howling for Wolves is paying for billboards around the Twin Cities to oppose the new wolf hunting and trapping seasons this fall.
Minnesota is releasing details about its plans for the state’s first regulated wolf hunting and trapping season. The wolf season will start Nov. 3 when the firearms deer season opens.
It will soon cost more to get hunting and fishing licenses in Minnesota. Gov. Mark Dayton signed a bill Thursday to boost a range of fees with the money going to bolster wildlife resource management.
Hunting and fishing fees in Minnesota are on the verge of going up.
If you’re one of the many game and fish law breakers who’ve had gear confiscated by a state conservation officer, pay attention.
The outdoors groups that angled for higher license fees could have to shell out more money for hunting and fishing after the Minnesota Senate voted Monday to raise the fees for the first time in 11 years.
Officials have found a case of chronic wasting disease in a doe in Shell Lake in northwestern Wisconsin.
Minnesota lawmakers have been meeting in St. Paul for just over two months, and are likely to wrap up the 2012 session in a month or less. Though legislators are nearly done, there’s not a lot of final product to show.
The Northwest Sportshow is making its way to the Minneapolis Convention Center for five days of outdoor fun from March 28 – April 1.
It’s a big part of our state’s identity in this land of 10,000 lakes and vast expanse of forests. But that hunting and fishing culture doesn’t come without a cost.
Minnesota’s first wolf hunting season would open at the same time as the state’s main firearms deer season this fall under broad legislation a Minnesota House committee will consider this week.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is seeking citizen input on three hunting and trapping issues at a series of public meetings this winter.
A Northern Minnesota man is concerned that hunting dogs are becoming the hunted.
In a packed state capitol hearing room, Minnesota lawmakers are refining something that hasn’t been done in 40 years.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is proposing to let hunters and trappers take 400 wolves this fall.