Have you ever wondered how deer are tested for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD)? This short video walks you through the process.
November 10, 2016
As a Jr. B.A.S.S. state champion angler, 13-year old Tyler Bahr estimates that he goes fishing more than 200 days per year near his Brainerd, Minn., home. He is a member of the Brainerd Warrior High school fishing team, and as the recipient of the November Outdoor Youth of the Month recognition,
Region I – Capt. Laura Petreikis CPO Teas investigated a complaint of a deer brought to a local deer processor which contained a bullet and bullet holes in Ogle County. It was determined the subject who brought the deer to the processor had killed the deer in Ogle County but lived in Will County. CPO
Quail hunting participation in Illinois dropped by a third last season and total harvest slid by nearly half, but there’s an unfamiliar flutter of hope for upland bird hunters and managers across the state.
Banquets/Fundraisers Nov. 11: Land of Lincoln WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Hamilton’s, Jacksonville. For more info call Jeff McDaniel, 217-371-0275. Nov. 12: Montgomery County Prairie WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Knights of Columbus, Hillsboro. For more info call Rich Reincke, 217-537-3159. Jan. 14, 2017: Mid-Illini WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Moose Lodge, Farmington. For more info call Darel
The fishing and hunting report is compiled using reports from conservation officers, hunting guides and fishing guides. North Chain: Bluegills good around weed areas on small ice jigs tipped with waxies or spikes. Muskies are consistent on bucktails or jerkbaits around main lake points. Crappies are good in channel areas on small jigs tipped with
District 6 — Eau Claire area Warden Adam Hanna, of Neillsville, apprehended a domestic abuse suspect while on ATV patrol over Labor Day weekend. Upon contact, Hanna observed that the suspect was also operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. The man was arrested and taken to jail. Wardens Peter Carlson, of Greenwood, and John Schreiber
ASHLAND AREA Brown trout, cohos, splake, and steelhead are moving into Chequamegon Bay in waves as the water temperatures drop. Most trollers are fishing the shorelines, such as the head of the bay and the Washburn shoreline from Bono Creek out to the Sioux and Onion rivers. Many anglers are flat-lining crankbaits, though there is