70-Year-Old Injured Hunter Crawls For 16 Hours To Find HelpNorth Dakota was the site of a harrowing story of survival, and a persistent father who refused to give up. Dr. Richard Olsen, 70, broke his leg after falling into a ditch while pheasant hunting last month.
No Charges In Fatal Shooting Of Wisconsin HunterAn Oshkosh man who fired the gunshot that killed a hunter in Waushara County won't face any charges.
DNR: No Shortage Of Pheasants In MinnesotaWildlife managers say Minnesota pheasant hunters should keep their gear handy.
DNR: Harvest Numbers Show Growth In Deer PopulationThe Department of Natural Resources says the state’s deer populations have grown, as shown by harvest numbers from the second weekend in the firearms season.
DNR Investigates Alleged Deer Chase On Dr. Palmer's LandThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said Thursday it was investigating a report of potentially illegal hunting activity on land owned by the dentist who was sharply criticized for shooting a well-known lion in Zimbabwe.
Mike Max Tries His Hand At Duck Hunting In North DakotaSaturday marked the first day for firearm deer hunting in Minnesota, but many more hunters are waiting for the migration of northern ducks to pass through our state.
With Longer Season, Bow Hunting Increasing In PopularityThe firearms deer hunt begins Saturday in Minnesota. But some outdoorsmen and women have found a way to extend the season beyond three weeks. The firearm season wraps up at the end of November, but the bow hunting season runs through the end of December.
Minn. Hunters Gearing Up For Firearm Deer SeasonIt is "Orange Friday." That means in just a few hours, more than half a million Minnesotans will head to the outdoors for the opening of deer hunting season. It is a long-standing Minnesota tradition. The Department of Natural Resources says it expects this year's deer harvest to be relatively low, between 140,000 and 155,000 deer.
4 Things To Know: Deer Hunting Opener, Flight Safety & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about for Friday, Nov. 6. They include the latest release in a beloved gaming franchise, and new security procedures likely to be announced soon.
Hunting Violations Skyrocket In N.D. Oil Patch Hunting- and fishing-related violations have increased dramatically in the heart of the western North Dakota oil patch.
Minnesota Company Recalls Tree Stands Due To Cable IssueMore than 12,000 tree stands from a Minnesota company are being recalled due to a fall hazard. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the assembly cables on stands made by the Windom-based company Big Game can release, causing a user to fall.
Wis. Judge Allows Chippewa Tribe To Hunt Deer At NightA federal judge has ruled Chippewa tribes can hunt deer at night beginning next month across most of northern Wisconsin, a decision that restores a tribal right lost after the bands gave the land to the government in the 19th century.
Montevideo Named Host Of 2016 Governor's Pheasant OpenerMontevideo has been selected to host the 2016 Minnesota Governor's Pheasant Opener. The announcement was made Friday night during the community celebration of this year's Governor's Pheasant Opener in Mankato.
Minnesota Waterfowl Season Opens Saturday; Duck Numbers UpOfficials say hunting is expected to be good when Minnesota's waterfowl season opens Saturday. Shooting opens a half-hour before sunrise.
Minnesota's Grouse Season Opens SaturdayGrouse season opens Saturday in Minnesota, and it looks like hunters won't have a lot to grouse about. The Department of Natural Resources says grouse are Minnesota's most popular game bird. Adult populations have held steady, and chick survival this spring and summer was good.