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Thursday, February 29th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

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Fancy yourself a prodigy in the field of outdoors writing? Maybe you recall an interesting day afield you’d like to share. If so, Wisconsin Outdoor News invites you to enter our 2001 Youth Writing Contest. We’ll print four of the best stories in Wisconsin Outdoor News during the holiday season in December, then sponsor them

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“Long story short, Wisconsin’s got the majority of the top 10 fish in the world. Could we still do it? My unequivocal answer is yes, it could happen, but probably not under today’s harvest scenarios,” Ave Lallemant said, citing two major muskellunge opin

“In both cases, the overwhelming definition of a trophy was 50 inches, but predictably the other common definitions were by natural multiples. In other words, a bunch picked 40 inches, too.” Aside from the individual fisherman’s arbitrary “trophy” standards resulting in muskies being kept well before they grow to their true potential, many state waters

“Long story short, Wisconsin’s got the majority of the top 10 fish in the world. Could we still do it? My unequivocal answer is yes, it could happen, but probably not under today’s harvest scenarios,” Ave Lallemant said, citing two major muskellunge opin Read More »

Winnebagoland Musky Club meets the first Wednesday of every month, American Legion Memorial Clubhouse in Fond du Lac, 7:15 p.m. Open to public. Call Dave, 920-922-6704 for more info.

Okauchee Fishing Club meets at 7 p.m., Legacy Fine Dining 14955 West National Ave. in New Berlin on the first & third Tuesday each month with a variety of speakers & subjects covering all aspects of fishing in Wisc. Guest fee $2. Wisconsin Smallmouth Alliance meets the second Wednesday of the month from Sept. thru

Winnebagoland Musky Club meets the first Wednesday of every month, American Legion Memorial Clubhouse in Fond du Lac, 7:15 p.m. Open to public. Call Dave, 920-922-6704 for more info. Read More »

St. Paul On Sunday, June 5 the public is invited to get a first-hand look at the wonders of Minnesota’s state parks and recreation areas during the DNR Division of Parks and Recreation annual open house.

Visitors can visit most state parks and pay nothing for the privilege. Guests may picnic, hike or bike trails and learn about a park’s past and its future. A number of parks have special events and activities planned for the day. For information, check the state parks home page on the DNR web site at

St. Paul On Sunday, June 5 the public is invited to get a first-hand look at the wonders of Minnesota’s state parks and recreation areas during the DNR Division of Parks and Recreation annual open house. Read More »

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