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.
Hen mallard daily bag limit increases to two per day for 2020 season.
Nothing is easy when it comes to setting regulations.
With in-person hearings canceled in all 72 counties, sportsmen will be voting online only.
Deer hunters listened in remotely and may now submit online comments regarding CDAC recommendations.
Solid science-based discussions needed in both arenas to avoid hyperbole.
Wisconsin waters are open and people may fish if they have a license and abide by normal season regulations. In addition, all regulations apply for hunting and trapping.
Blogger also wonders if the DNR might consider opening up deer season a little earlier this year.
Conservation Congress and Wisconsin DNR decided to cancel in-person portion of spring hearing meetings scheduled April 13 due to coronavirus pandemic, but sportsmen may submit local rule resolutions through April 6.
Participating in outdoor activities almost guarantees ‘social distancing’
Green Bay native attended UW-Stevens Point and comes to NRB from Vernon County’s Kickapoo Valley Reserve.
Cole has served in that post since December 2018.