Friday, March 31st, 2023
Friday, March 31st, 2023

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June 3, 2011

Confessions of an Outdoors Napper

I love the outdoors. I love naps. Combined. You guessed it, I love napping outdoors. I enjoy hunting and fishing for the exercise and excitement of each activity, but I also value the serenity and relaxation each provide. The chance to get away from my “crackberry” (aka Blackberry) and the demands of our “always connected”

Wisconsin Lake Michigan Fishing Report for June 1

Important Note: New safety requirements are in effect for anglers fishing Wisconsin’s Great Lakes waters. Boat operators trolling on the Great Lakes with downriggers must have wire cutters on board and have direct and immediate access to the tools. The cutters allow operators to free their boats should downriggers get snagged on underwater commercial fishing trap

California Wildlife Conservation Board Funds Habitat Projects

At its June 2 meeting, the California Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) earmarked $39.4 million to help restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat throughout California. The 23 funded projects will provide benefits to fish and wildlife species, including some endangered species, and increase public access to these lands. Several projects also demonstrate the importance of

Healing waters run deep in northeast Pa.

On a sunny Wednesday afternoon in early May, Dotter’s Creek in Monroe County became more than a Class A wild trout stream. It was a place of healing. Twenty one veterans from wars ranging from Vietnam to Afghanistan came to Dotters Creek, and for a few hours their minds focused only on the clear water

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