It took some cajoling to convince Gary Clancy to write a column for Minnesota Outdoor News. At the time, he was devoting much of his writing effort to nationally distributed hunting magazines. His primary topic was hunting white-tailed deer. Hunting hard for several months in several states every
After several days of travel and being cooped up in a motel for a conference, we were finally in the mountains. A tight schedule allowed for only one day of fishing, so we intended to make the very best of it. Three of us hiked into a remote trout stream in a western Montana wilderness.
At the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana, you can see one of the nation’s largest collections of dinosaur bones. Last week, dinosaurs were walking upright in the city of Billings at the annual conference of the Outdoor Writer’s Association of America. While I don’t have demographic
Recently, I had an ongoing email conversation with a friend in Great Britain on topics ranging from fly-fishing to Brexit. He believes a majority of UK voters approved Brexit as a response to a world with too many people. He wrote:
“Now, when we were born there were roughly 2.5 billion (UK billion)
It rained every day in June. At least so it seemed whenever I had time to go fishing. A couple of times when it didn’t rain, my free time wsas consumed with mowing the lawn before it became a hayfield or catching up on other yard work. At any rate, I began suffering from FDD–Fishing Deficit
Recently, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation issued its official position on Congressional proposals to transfer federal public lands to the states. For the record, the foundation: “remains opposed to the wholesale disposal, sale or transfer of federal land holdings. Federal public lands comprise