The author visited the United Kingdom last week and reminds readers: Don’t take public access to lakes, streams, and angling opportunities for granted in the United States.
From live-bait rigging to jigs to slip-bobbers, here are some open water angling tricks from the likes of Gary Roach, Mark Martin, and Bob Propst
Amid last week’s decision of the Fond du Lac Band of Ojibwe to net Lake Vermilion walleyes, other prime fisheries too often get lost in the shuffle.
A new generation of hunting and fishing gals are casting and blasting their way into success afield as well as outdoor media, seminars, and promotions.
From suspended fish to lead-core to kickers and socks, sport anglers use terminology that almost require a glossary for the new or uninitiated
When fishing big water and traveling long distances, you’ll be glad your outboard has some horsepower… and don’t forget the resale factor
The Deep North, Midwest states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan have substantially more wolves than the West and have presented conservative models for managing the species. Why did we get stuck with relisting?
Employ these hard-water tactics from the likes of Freshwater Fishing Hall of Famers Dave Genz, Gary Roach, and Tom Neustrom and others
Whitetail rutting behavior means more deer-auto collisions during the heart of October. How should you avoid them? In a word: Honk!
Point and shoot: whether it’s trap, sporting clays, skeet, or wild birds, your wing-shooting skills can benefit from these tips
This versatile presentation works best with a circle hook, then customize it with a soft plastic, fly, or live bait
Successful June trip for rainbows, browns, and brookies employs 14-foot crappie rod, small spinning reel, and 6-pound-test fluorocarbon line.
Amazing new Apps take your sonar searching for pike, walleyes, bass or any other fish directly into your iPad or tablet.
Whether it’s watching birds or other wildlife, or monitoring game animals via trail cam, the author wonders: Does anyone go outdoors anymore?
Silver-lining to challenging ice-angling season and potentially late ice-out: More fish remain in the lakes for soft-water fishing
Climate change discussion makes mistake of positioning arguments in terms of single-digit temperature changes that are decades or centuries away.
Those looking to burn some ammunition at nearly fully automatic speeds should check out the latest from Tactical Fire Control
From South Dakota to Minnesota to Iowa, ring-necked pheasant hunting has become remarkably challenging
Turned off by nonresident hunting rules in Iowa and Wisconsin, the author figures he’ll stick to Minnesota whitetails via muzzleloader.
Angling old-timer laments loss of fishing learning curve, but gadgets have spurred advancements for centuries.
Whether it’s muskie, bass, or walleye fishing, remember that the Golden Rule applies to angling, too
Don’t over-estimate the power of angling technology. It can’t make fish bite.
Wherever you go, you’ll meet people facing resource issues that strike close to home.
Worry less about the weather and more about the effects of pollution on hunting, fishing, and conservation
When it comes to fishing, change is inevitable, but some things never change
Is the Endangered Species Act working as well as it should for wildlife?