Though popular in the southern and central United States, fried green tomatoes deserve more respect in North County, the author says, and she has a recipe to convince you.
Riggle calls for a Nov. 30 emergency closure to 2018 Zone A ruffed grouse season.
As of July, baiting and feeding of deer will be prohibited in 43 Wisconsin counties, including the additions of Marinette and Florence.
None of the proposed roads connect to all-terrain vehicle or utility vehicle trails, routes, or Town roads designated as ATV/UTV routes, therefore ATV/UTV use is not proposed at this time.
A DNR fisheries biologist first responded to reports of dead fish in the Fond du Lac area on April 24 and found hundreds of dead fish, mostly sheepshead, as well as common carp, black crappie, yellow perch, largemouth bass and bluegill.
Hunters can participate in ruffed grouse monitoring this summer and fall in Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota.
Preliminary data on the state DNR website shows hunters killed 38,886 wild turkeys, about 4,500 fewer than last year.
A number of factors could be impacting grouse numbers, but West Nile virus is being eyed as the biggest culprit.
Four chosen in random drawing – they weren't named to protect their privacy – and fifth license to be awarded through raffle.
Wolf numbers total about 3,800 in the western Great Lakes states of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
More than 100 deer in Iowa County were euthanized last month after about 20 tested positive for the disease.
Volunteer trackers reported between 900 and 950 wolf sightings this winter, a slight decline compared to the numbers from the previous year.
In 1968, efforts to protect the St. Croix led to the passage of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. A documentary called "The Wild and Scenic St. Croix'' is commemorating that action and to reinvigorate the commitment that led to the river's protected status
Lose enough big bass, walleyes, or pike, and eventually everyone figures out how to coax their catch into a net.
The National Veterinary Laboratory confirmed that a 15-year-old whitetail doe and a 2-year-old elk cow tested positive.
Has Wisconsin’s change to electronic registration resulted in lower reporting by deer and turkey hunters?
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