UW-Stevens Point’s College of Natural Resource hosts Wisconsin’s first visit by the federal duck stamp contest.
Less sexy than spring migration, the autumn departure of raptors, waterfowl, and songbirds offers a lengthy birding season plus gorgeous pre-winter weather.
Hunting numbers drop, as well as hunting expenditures, but related expenditures and hunting-related expenses see increases.
Rushing Waters trout farm offers on-site restaurant with chefs who will cook your catch.
Latest Wisconsin News
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.
The top three men and women at the SCTP's International Style Championships, July 23-29 in Colorado Springs, Colo., qualified for the team.
Northern Zone quota increases substantially, from 225 last year to 550 this season.
There are rumblings that she will resign as DNR secretary sometime after state budget passes.
Attention outdoor business!
Looking to sell or buy outdoor gear? Our Classifieds have it all.