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Tuesday, April 16th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Tuesday, April 16th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Dan Durbin

Modern high-tech coolers are expensive, but effective options

Premium-molded coolers aren’t just for the mom and dad who want to be the “coolest” at the kids’ soccer game. Outdoor enthusiasts figured out quickly that these pricey, cold insurance policies keep your bait fresh, your walleye fillets preserved, and big game safe for your return trip from out west.

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The 2023 Outdoor News Holiday Gift Guide is loaded with ideas for the outdoors lover in your life

It’s hard to believe the holidays are right around the corner, so tackle your shopping now before crowds really get out of hand. Consider one of the many items below if you want a head start on cool gifts and stocking stuffers for 2023!

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Want to upgrade your compound bow this offseason? Here’s what to consider

The 2023 archery season is still going in many states, but it’s never too early to reflect on past hunts. How did it go? Would upgrading equipment last summer have sealed the deal on a missed opportunity in September, October or November? If so, now’s the time to set up for 2024.

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Here are some top new materials for cold-weather hunting

Staying warm can be one of the most important “tools” when hunting.
After all, if you head back to camp, there’s no chance of a harvest. Many brands have their own cures for beating cold from Berber/wool to merino wool, to heat retention synthetics to, well, you name it.
Read below for a few options to help keep you toasty this season.

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Bill Schroeder, former Packers receiver, still lives in Green Bay and fishes there

About 25 years ago a little kid came up to my Wisconsin Outdoor News booth at a sports shows and asked for an autograph. I looked around thinking a “buddy” had paid the boy a candy bar to give me the business. But it turned out he was sincere, just a kid who loved the paper and actually read my stuff. I nearly fainted.

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Wisconsin Interscholastic Fishing Association now part of ice fishing expo

Wisconsin Ice Fishing Expo organizers couldn’t be happier than to have developed a partner/sponsorship with WIFA, a group of 144 Wisconsin high schools committed to the education, conservation, and management of natural resources, as they build an understanding of Wisconsin’s aquatic ecosystems and sciences.

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Buyer’s guide: A look at some of the best crossbows for 2023

Crossbows are being used and “allowed” in more states than ever before, with Minnesota just recently legalizing them for hunters of all legal ages, even without any health limitations.
These devices are here to stay, folks, and there are more of them on the market than ever before. This story is a good place to start your search. That said, these rigs are a considerable investment, so do yourself a favor and test-shoot some of the options listed below at your local archery pro shop. Educate yourself on terminology, options, and personal preferences before you make your purchase.

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