Spend a little time now checking and maintaining ice fishing equipment to avoid damage and the need for costly repairs or replacements!
June 18, 2018
What’s going on with the wolf population in Wisconsin?
Camping and other developments at Minnesota’s newest state park.
It’s been a bit of an unusual spring and early summer for Paula and me, since we haven’t done much fishing, although I did make a western New York swing earlier this month for some bass and walleye action on Chautauqua Lake and Lake Erie. A cold front slowed fishing substantially, which isn’t surprising; I never seem to
Chippewa Falls, Wis. — For all the publicity it has generated – good and bad – over the past decade, a still-developing and very expensive private lake project in the heart of the Chippewa County Forest for the most part remains an act behind the curtain. That’s partially because its developer, business entrepreneur and philanthropist