Perhaps a Wisconsin County Deer Advisory Council meeting will provide some clarity into how other states take initiative to include public insight into the policy-making process of any given deer season. continue reading ›
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From a hunter's perspective, weather sure messes with turkey season, especially for those of us with kiddos who look forward to youth season. continue reading ›
Top finishers will advance to national tournament. continue reading ›
Yes, posting was of a cougar, but it wasn't spotted here, as was falsely claimed. continue reading ›
Access Illinois Outdoors recently donated 10,000 pounds of deer meat to two food pantries. continue reading ›
Crankbaits can be put into three different categories. The lipped short body, the lipped long body, and the lipless are the varieties that are the easiest to define. continue reading ›
Why drain our camera batteries, max out memory cards, and waste time deleting pointless pictures if all that’s needed is to flip that trigger-delay-switch over to 10-minutes? continue reading ›
Sap was collected a couple times, but "this long warm spell has put a damper on our efforts.'' continue reading ›
For the past 27 years, youth groups including 4-H, Scout troops, and school classes have participated in the program, geared toward constructing and installing wood duck nesting boxes by youths. continue reading ›
The latest in turkey loads: Tungsten Super Shot a hand-loader’s dream and a nightmare for longbeards
Spring gobbler hunters always seem to be tweaking something, whether it’s their various call lineup, camo patterns or, especially, shotgun loads to deliver the best pattern possible when the moment of truth arrives. continue reading ›
If all goes well, biologists and technicians will release between 11 million and 12 million fish into the state’s lakes and rivers this year – a significant decline from the 20.9 million stocked in 2016 and light years from the 79.5 million fish stocked 15 years ago in 2002. continue reading ›
As fishermen, we tend to get caught up in the fast changing world of the fishing industry and new techniques are always a tantalizing option that peaks our interest. It is a case of the shiny object catching your attention and… continue reading ›
More hunters needed to step up and become certified to teach the hunter safety classes. continue reading ›
- Minnesota, Missouri fund natural resource efforts through sales tax programs — so why not Wisconsin?
- Voluntary deer check is only change Michigan hunters will see after bovine TB-positive case
- Nebraska announces dates for popular waterfowl seasons
- Ice fishing season isn’t over ’til it’s over
- From the Pages of Outdoor News – March 24th, 2017
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