It's an exciting time and, If nothing else, I usually learn something by browsing through the regulations. continue reading ›
Especially the “Do Not Eat” ones. Instead, what you have are would-be anglers who are afraid to even touch the fish, much less eat them. continue reading ›
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What can you do to help promote selective harvest? continue reading ›
There are dozen if not hundreds of ways to cook prime cuts of venison, but what do you do with the tougher cuts like the neck and shanks besides grinding them for hamburger? continue reading ›
Hard water angling requires working, efficient tackle, so reward yourself with more productive ice fishing by keeping gear properly organized. continue reading ›
Last fall, a doe with some type of growth on her brisket-area, began showing up on one of our trail cameras. continue reading ›
Organized coyote hunting contests are catching heat here in Illinois, but a duo from Urbana took their skills — and their Illinois coyotes — to a competition in Virginia continue reading ›
Invasive fish has been found in Lakes Erie, Michigan and Ontario, although it's uncertain how many there are or how widely they have spread. continue reading ›
Wayne Herndon has seen changes in technology and management strategies during his 45-year career. continue reading ›
Lakefront offers great opportunities to catch brown trout, lake trout, and steelhead continue reading ›
A quick browse through the "Cuffs and Collars" page in each issue of Illinois Outdoor News reveals that there are plenty of hunters in the state who could probably use a lesson on ethics. continue reading ›
That's down about 11,000 from the previous year, according to a State of Illinois release on deer hunting numbers for 2016-17 continue reading ›
A pair of fishermen on Channel Lake, one of the northern-most bodies on the Fox Chain, fell through the ice Sunday afternoon, according to a report from the Lake County Sheriff continue reading ›
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