We’re in the heart – and heat – of summer and most of us are enjoying a variety of outdoor activities. However, people who are active outdoors during the summer face a dilemma when it comes to insects and insect repellents. continue reading ›
The state saw a slight decrease in deer permit sales last year, but that is blamed on changes in regulations that allow fewer non-resident archery permits. continue reading ›
Angler offers his opinion that many lures, such as spinners and crank baits, tend to do most of the work in catching fish. But anglers who use plastics are required to use special skills and techniques to land bass. continue reading ›
After the World Shooting and Recreation Complex in Sparta was closed last September due to the state budget crisis, many feared the Amateur Trapshooting Association would move the Grand American out of Illinois. But an agreement between ATA and DNR means the event will kick of next week. continue reading ›
Too many anglers associate perch fishing with hard water when summer can produce jumbo action for kids and adults alike. continue reading ›
Wisconsin Outdoor News’ Kristen Monroe shares thoughts from St. Croix Rods tour continue reading ›
People who like birds love spring migration because we see an array of brightly colored warblers (and a few drab ones) before they head farther north. Not all of them summer in Canada; in fact quite a few warblers nest… continue reading ›
- Battling the bugs: Several options available to fend off mosquitoes and black flies
- T3 rule: Fish your plan, and fish your fish.
- DU gets money to improve Toussaint in northwest Ohio
- Author’s little pond succumbs to ever-present algae problem
- Fishing tip: Maintain your ice fishing equipment during the open water season!
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