Wisconsin hunter takes on that age-old question.
Wisconsin – Chris Jennings
Bowfin contribute to a lake’s ecosystem by eating juvenile carp, crayfish.
Want to have some fun? Focus on northern Wisconsin smallmouths and leave the walleyes for another day
Big smallmouths are no longer limited to the known trophy waters of Green Bay or Chequamegon Bay.
Central Wisconsin outdoors enthusiasts should be aware that ticks have returned with warmer weather.
Wisconsin sports show season ‘better than the internet’ when it comes to learning about products and services
Sportsmen can see, feel, and learn about products by visiting a sports show
Make it a point to take someone hunting, fishing, or trapping in 2017 who might not otherwise have the chance
From weight loss to improved balance and stamina, mountain biking can help sportsmen get more out of their time afield
Curly leaf pondweed can be controlled through early detection
October the most celebrated month for Wisconsin bird hunters and their gun dogs
Landowners can use mowing or spraying to control food plot weeds. Work on food plots consumed a lot of man hours this season, and there is still no guarantee they will pay off
Range time will help Wisconsin hunters become more familiar, and efficient, with their firearms
As a kid I remember seeing the “Blatz – Fishes of the Great Lakes” poster on the wall at a bait shop.
Wisconsin has a number of sport shows coming up before spring hits
Hunters get an opportunity to vote up or down on entire DTR rule package at remaining hearings
Winter is here. For those of us who prefer soft water over hard, it will be months before we can enjoy our craft. Unless we travel.
Covey of bobwhite quail show up in western Wisconsin after November snowfall
“Recruitment”. If the word sounds familiar it’s because it defines an issue with which outdoor sports has struggled for as long as I have been involved in the industry
Deer yards can certainly help more whitetails make it through tough winters such as the one we’re experiencing this winter, but developing a deer yard takes time, and perhaps expert help
Spring trees from a shallow grave
The Wisconsin DNR puts together its proposed rule changes from the Deer Trustee Report.