All posts tagged "Minnesota"

  • Destinations
    A Festival Of Geese

    MIDDLE RIVER, Minn. — The heat and wind that greeted the waterfowl opener last Saturday wasn’t exactly duck and...

  • Hunting
    The Cabin Hunt

    GRAND RAPIDS, Minn — It’s a spectacular morning for a paddle. Surely, Duluth’s Darrell Spencer, in the solo...

  • Destinations
    Choosing An Outdoors Destination

    MINNEAPOLIS – It was lunch time at the Association of Great Lakes Outdoors Writers conference. At a...

  • Hunting
    Waterfowl Hunters Eye Opener

    Minnesota and northern Wisconsin waterfowlers are looking forward to Saturday’s duck opener in both states (north zone only in Wisconsin). Mallard numbers are good across the continent this year (11.8 million, well above the long-term average), and hunters are expected to find some this weekend. Minnesota’s waterfowl season opens a half-hour before...

  • Hunting
    Proving His Hunting Skills Yet Again

    As the parent of a boy with Down syndrome, Tracy Klein heard all the stories about what his son wouldn’t be able to do when the child was born. Someone forgot to tell his son. Now 23, Josh Klein has proven the naysayers wrong on numerous occasions. He did it again Sept....

  • Hunting
    Duluth Teen A Veteran Of The Hunt

    Venus shone like a beacon in the east before dawn Saturday morning. But it’s a good bet that Caleb Mannon didn’t notice. Caleb, 15, was pulling on layers of camouflage clothing by the red beam of his dad’s pickup taillights. Saturday was opening day of Duluth’s city bow hunt for whitetails. He...

  • Destinations
    Honkers Over Hartley

    The show starts each evening about 7:30, but you’ll want to be in your seat by 7:15 just in case. If you’re there just before sunset, you’ll have timed it right. The place is Hartley Pond in Duluth’s Woodland neighborhood, where every night in mid-September the Canada geese come piling in to...

  • Hunting
    Optimism Over N.D. Waterfowl Season

    GRAND FORKS, N.D. — North Dakota produced fewer ducks this spring, but that shouldn’t put a damper on hunting prospects when the state’s waterfowl season opens. Resident hunters can go afield beginning Saturday, Sept. 26, and the season for nonresidents opens Oct. 3. “There’s still a lot of birds and still a lot...

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