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Cory Yarmuth is an experienced Illinois outdoorsman who has had a fishing rod in his hands for over 34 years. His father introduced him to the outdoors at an early age by taking him hunting for pheasants or chasing King salmon in rivers. These days Cory can often be found fishing the shorelines of Lake Michigan or out in my boat chasing a number of different species of fish. Along with being an outdoors writer, Cory is a local guide, seminar speaker and tournament fisherman.
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Johnna Kerres resides in the Quad Cities and has been involved with hunting and the outdoors since birth. Her dad is an avid hunter and had both his daughters climbing trees, hunting for mushrooms, and shooting a bow from the time they were toddlers. For Johnna, hunting is a family affair. Not only does she hunt with her dad - but her mom, sister, and cousin as well. Her husband also started bow hunting last year and bagged his first buck. Among being passionate about family and the outdoors, Johnna also has a love for journalism, videography, and photography. She began her career as a television news reporter and now works in the Communication Department at a local university. She hopes to provide a female perspective and encourage other women to get involved with the outdoors.

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As a fellow outdoorsman and a regular contributor to Illinois Outdoor News, I’m pleased to be part of the Outdoor News blog roll. Those of you who have seen my drivel in the pages of ION may be somewhat familiar with my background as a 17-year deer and turkey hunter who cut his teeth as a boy hunting small game in the fencerows and creek bottoms of Perry County. I’ve also been known to wet a line now and then, and in recent years I’ve started getting acquainted with waterfowl hunting.

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Keri Butt is a lifetime resident of northern Illinois. She is a freelance writer, and enjoys speaking publicly about getting more women and kids involved in the outdoors. Keri also teaches hunting classes offered at various women’s workshops. When she began hunting ten years ago, she had no idea that it would grow into what has now become a passion that consumes her life. When she’s not hunting, Keri devotes most of her time to family, but appreciates most the moments she can combine the two.

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Ralph Loos has been editor of Illinois Outdoor News since its launch in 2008. Previous to that, he was a newspaper reporter and editor in Springfield, Chicago, Denver and Nashville, Tennessee. Ralph grew up on a farm in southern Illinois (Perry County), where he fished local farm ponds and strip mine pits. An avid quail hunter, Ralph still spends a great deal of time on his family's farm, hunting deer, squirrels and birds. He now resides in Edwardsville, where his only hobby outside of the outdoors is running marathons.
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Archive »Hunting Tips

Get your gunbox handy: Sight in your slug guns

Time is now to prepare for gun opener

Wild turkey hunting tips: preparing for your spring hunt

Pattern your shotgun now, and work ahead to avoid any unnecessary equipment or calling blunders when chasing gobblers

Safety tips for spring turkey hunters

Turkey hunting is a safe sport, but it's important to make safety an integral part of each hunt.

Remember all aspects of safety during this deer hunting season

Whether you're hunting via firearm, archery, or muzzleloader (in a treestand or ground blind) have a mental safety checklist whenever you head afield.

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» Fishing News

  • Deer hunters could start seeing pink

    Deer hunters could start seeing pink

    Shotgun deer season opened with ringing of shots in the state’s woods and ringing endorsements of new hunting fashion in the state’s capital.

  • How cold is too cold for fishing over an outboard?

    How cold is too cold for fishing over an outboard?

    Late-autumn, even early winter angling can produce big fish results, but take care not to allow cold weather to damage your expensive equipment.

  • Carp found creeping closer to Lake Michigan

    Carp found creeping closer to Lake Michigan

    Concern from carp watchers grew recently when crews from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service discovered two juvenile Asian carp in the Illinois River – 12 miles closer to Lake Michigan than others of that size were previously witnessed.

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Archive »Fishing Tips

How cold is too cold for fishing over an outboard?

Late-autumn, even early winter angling can produce big fish results, but take care not to allow cold weather to damage your expensive equipment.

Proper open-water rod storage techniques for the winter off-season

Invest a little TLC into winter rod storage, and your equipment will last longer and provide better angling results next spring and beyond.

Preseason preparation tips for the upcoming ice fishing season

Shelters, clothing, rods, reels, tackle, and more. Time to prepare for the hard-water fishing season.

Key factor for all fishing: monitoring lure drop rate

The rate at which your lure descends through the water column plays a major role in the efficiency of your fishing – over hard water or soft.

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