Any anglers wondering how they might fish Madison area lakes from shore may pick up a free copy of “A Guide to Shore Fishing on the Madison Area Lakes” at the Wisconsin Fishing Expo (WFE), Feb. 23-25, at the Alliant Energy Center Exhibition Hall. Copies may be picked up at the show office, the Yahara Fishing Club (YFC) booth and…
Orland, Fla., area tournament angler introduces Durbin family to Florida bass fishing.
Most lakes didn’t lose much ice despite the rain, so anglers should be able to continue chasing flags.
Convention open to the public; habitat information available to landowners that day.
Solitary Sauk County rock becomes “the spot” the last three deer seasons for the Durbin gang.
With bucks on the move, now is the time to make the most of every spare hunting minute.
Rushing Waters trout farm offers on-site restaurant with chefs who will cook your catch.
Guide, who doubles as an educator, teaches tournament fishing tactics to his pupils on the boat.
A rare lull on the sports front for the high-schoolers provides opportunity for hot action on the water.
Fishing a little slow in southeast Wisconsin early on, but warmer weather will make up for it in coming weeks
Memorial Day weekend action a little more sluggish than expected, but ‘divine intervention’ accounts for one dandy largemouth.
Wisconsin family travels to Florida to escape last spasms of winter – and to do some saltwater fishing.
Possible walleye, sauger, and northern pike regulation changes top the list.
Wisconsin fishing industry loses Dick Smith, Lloyd Findling, and John Laimon.
New products for 2017 that will eventually find their way to the shelves of a retailer near you.
A visit to the 2017 Archery Trade Association Show turns up some unique ideas and equipment
A southeastern Wisconsin ice ‘walleye’ looks more like a white sucker
There is fishable ice, but use caution when venturing out
Waukesha, Wis. — Gary Barenz, of Menomonee Falls, shot an unusual 18-point non-typical buck in Waukesha County on Sept. 22. Barenz, 55, has been gun deer hunting every year possible since he was 16 years old. He’s bowhunted from time to time depending on if he has had a spot to hang a stand on private land – and he…
Changing stand location pays big dividends in a hurry
To cam or not to cam: That is a question people face when they visit their local archery shop to buy a new bow. The question used to be fairly easy to answer. If a person wanted speed, he went to dual cams. If he wanted accuracy, he went with a single cam. Today, the technologies have bended somewhat…
Much of the former differences between cammed and ‘wheel’ bows have disappeared, or nearly so
No license required to fish and no fees for touring a Wisconsin state park
Go shallow for opening weekend success in southeastern Wisconsin
Help needed to get it through the Senate so sportsmen may once again cross tracks on foot
Wisconsin Deer Management Assistance Program enrollment deadline for high level programs for 2016 is March 1
DNR’s new Go Wild licensing system nearly ready to launch
Bodey and Neko – Durbin family loses two dogs in too few years.