Mostly a problem in the west, where areas are much larger continue reading ›
Allowing the take of catfish by bow and arrow, expanding the youth turkey hunt to two weekends and opening public sites to quail hunting – it took Gov. Bruce Rauner a matter of seconds to turn proposals into law at the Illinois State Fairgrounds. continue reading ›
Use your electronics to identify fruitless water and then locate active fish. continue reading ›
Anglers everywhere are fishing from new-fangled kayaks. A few simple equipment choices can determine whether you bring fillets home. continue reading ›
From weight loss to improved balance and stamina, mountain biking can help sportsmen get more out of their time afield continue reading ›
The weeks before Labor Day provide an excellent time to watch North America’s smallest birds prepare for their trip to southerly climes. continue reading ›
DNR’s annual report indicates that the number of positive deer remained very similar to last year, when 71 cases were confirmed. However, the number is much higher than during the first decade of monitoring (2003-2013). continue reading ›
Certainly multiple-arrow sessions have their place in developing your shooting form, building your muscles and tightening your groups. But don’t ignore a one-shot practice regimen. continue reading ›
Can a Midwestern white-tailed deer hunter ever really prepare for the elk mountains? continue reading ›
Although there are more and more choices, anglers should keep in mind that the proper fishing line could make the difference between a good day and a bad day on the water continue reading ›
During the open water angling season, you can achieve longer casts with these tips from “Tackle” Terry Tuma. continue reading ›
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