Multi-species report gives Badger State hunters and trappers a general flavor of what they might expect this fall.
“We’ve collared a random sample of deer and coyotes, so the collars don’t indicate anything about the animals’ health or suitability for harvest.”
The cooperation of hunters and private businesses has become increasingly vital to the success of sampling process.
Some businesses offer hunters processing, testing, and taxidermy.
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Army Corps of Engineers has tweaked how it runs Lock and Dam 8 in Genoa, Wis., in hopes of impeding the spread upriver.
Research scientist says each of the lakes is cooler than it was in late August last year.
The nominations come from the public and are to recognize a person whose actions are consistent with the theme of the award, which is to demonstrate actions that reflect positively on the tradition of hunting.
Water quality on the lakes reportedly has improved because of lower temperatures and wetter conditions.
Outdoor News' Monroe part of first U.S. women's team.
Fishermen can’t change the weather, so the only option is to work with what Mother Nature offers each day.
Wildlife officials in Wisconsin may use methods such as electric fencing.
Proposes a $275 million array of technological and structural upgrades at a crucial site in Illinois to prevent invasive Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes and its vulnerable fish populations.
Ban designed to slow the disease's spread by preventing deer from congregating over feed and bait piles.
It says U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service had not sufficiently considered important factors, including how loss of historical territory would affect the predator's recovery and how removing the Great Lakes population segment from the endangered list would affect wolves in other parts of the nation.
Illinois fishing guide Don Satterfield talks about Lake Shelbyville’s fish production.
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