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Record Elk Shot in Minnesota

Minnesota hunter Lacey Lupien has officially broken a state record, taking the second-largest bull elk ever shot in the state.

Federal Donates N95 Masks to Minnesota Hospitals

Federal donates cases of N95 masks from its equipment inventory and will disperse them to local hospitals near its facility in Anoka, Minn., to help meet supply needs.

Member's Hunt: One Shot, One Deer

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Brent Miller of Hanover, Minn.

3 Tips for Killing More Ruffed Grouse

Want to kill more ruffed grouse? Field Editor Frank Miniter has you covered.

Ruffed Grouse Are Not Gentlemen

There’s nothing like the sight of a bird flushing through October foliage to make a grouse hunter’s blood warm … except maybe the sight of the bird flying away as a shot misses its mark.

Federal Premium Hosts Outdoor Mentor Summit

Federal Premium Ammunition hosted a gathering of 20 leaders from outdoor mentoring programs from across the country earlier this month, in an effort to bring local and national organizations together to align their work with the National Hunter Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation (R3) plan. The event was organized in conjunction with Pass it On Outdoor Mentors and the Council to Advance Hunting and Shooting Sports.

Man Goes Hand-to-Hand with Wounded Bear, Wins

When game's wounded, though, we're aware that all bets are off. Such a scenario played out in Duxbury, Minn., earlier this fall, when an unarmed hunter was attacked by a wounded, 525-pound black bear that he and a few companions had been tracking. The twist ending? Not only did he survive the encounter; he won the fight.

Member's Hunt: Taste of Sage

NRA member Roy F. Heilman of Shoreview, Minn., decided to take advantage of a last-chance opportunity to hunt sage grouse with his trusted gundog, Johann. This is his story.

Minnesota DNR: We Underestimated Pheasant Counts

From concerns over loss of prairie habitat to alarmingly low roadside survey numbers, it's been a bad news cycle for the ring-necked pheasant. A recent report out of Minnesota, though, offers some hope.

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