Cross Plains, Wis. — A successful woodland owner has a good offense and a good defense. On offense, take the initiative to do something! Consider what you’d like the woodland to look like in the future, obtain advice from knowledgeable people and then take a first step to manage the land. A good defense aggressively […]
August 27, 2019
Baraboo, Wis. — The My Wisconsin Woods Program originally started in southwest Wisconsin to show woodland owners the joy and benefits of managing their woods. Jim and Katie Leonhard, of Cross Plains, are examples of the many landowners who benefited from the My Wisconsin Woods Program in the Driftless Region, and now that program has
NRB members may move to shorten the season with a proposed Jan. 5 closing date.
They’ll measure, at most, about 11 inches, with the majority probably going no more than 8 inches tip to tail. That’s not much fish when you’re used to 20-inch smallies, but there’s an appeal to them this blogger can’t shake.