Arrange photos to show respect for animals, regulations and hunting safety.
Lake Michigan harbor and pier fishermen poised to begin catching near-shore trout and salmon.
Hunters still encouraged to work out venison transfers on their own, or to develop their own local network.
DNR has big game and small game forecasts available online and in booklet form.
DNR will have to make funding request to Gov. Tony Evers.
ATV/UTV insurance might be a consideration as more and more roads are opened as trails.
Pulling sticktights, burdocks, beggar’s lice or sandbur plants before they go to seed.
Wisconsin DNR cutting printing cost of hunting regs pamphlet in half with new booklet to debut late August.
Some of the data input, analysis delayed by COVID-19.
With the passing of the Great American Outdoors Act, the Land and Water Conservation Fund will now see $900 million a year from off-shore oil and gas drilling; maintenance backlog on public lands to see $9.5 billion over five years.
COVID-19 pandemic impacting DNR’s ability to raise pheasants this year.
Burnett, Douglas, Bayfield and Sawyer counties to return to original county recommendations.
NRB strikes holiday hunt in two counties, reduces antlerless deer quotas in 11 northern counties.
Wisconsin bass anglers find steady action during that tricky spawn/post-spawn period.
COVID-19 restrictions pointing more people toward the outdoors for the first time.
Take the time to explain outdoor pursuits to voting adults when opportunities arise.
Instead returns to 10 permits, as in each of the previous two seasons.
How about expanding deer harvest opportunities for those who can’t afford beef during the pandemic?
Public comment will be limited during meetings, but may be delivered prior to meetings.
Biggest question now should be how to pull off a 2020 season in light of COVID-19 concerns.
Now’s the time for Wisconsin landowners to pull garlic mustard plants.
And some southern Wisconsin state parks opening up for business again.
A day of late-season turkey hunting can include a lot more activities than just trying to bag a gobbler.
Woods and waters are special places that sportsmen need to work to preserve. (Photo by Tim Eisele)People who hunt, trap and fish know about the special places. If you are a duck hunter, you know the magic of sunrise and sunset on your favorite duck marsh. The cattails, water and distant bluffs tell you that you are in a special…
Take along own flies, food and turkey calls, too.
Most turkey hunting still allowed on state property.