For now, let’s not dwell on why we’re making a change, it’s going to take enough effort just to figure out what’s changing
Wisconsin – Jerry Davis
Question arises during Wisconsin’s early catch-and-release trout season
The La Cross Tribune/Wisconsin DNR Ethics Award Committee works to recognize outstanding sportsmanship and ethics each year
One example: DNR’s Wall of Shame will still be displayed, but name will change
Snowy owls have moved into Wisconsin for the winter
DNR in the process of moving away from in-person deer registration
Accurate registration of game animals critical for DNR management, public ‘believability’
Landowners losing out on a ‘cash crop,’ sport shows should offer ginseng seminars
Leftover deer carcasses will attract larger birds throughout the winter
The gun deer season is coming to an end, but there is still plenty of deer hunting left – and turkeys, pheasants, grouse and coyotes, too
Wisconsin hunters can keep on keeping on – deer or otherwise
Difference of opinion not necessarily a bad thing
Read through the regulations booklet for your deer unit
Ramifications of this finding on deer, other wildlife and even humans still not known.
Gov. Scott Walker or even one responsible Wisconsin legislator could have stepped in sooner to kill the $500,000 Sporting Heritage grant
Forecast includes 52 pages, but sportsmen can read the sections that are of interest to them
There are two or three really large, really easily identified autumn mushrooms to find, gather and eat
Just what are the concerns over Wisconsin’s idea to import elk?
Those involved in implementing the Deer Trustee Report seem to be charging full bore into an electronic age and as far away from tradition as possible.
What a waste. Buckets of mulberries have fallen from a tree onto a town road.
It appears Wisconsin is using walleye stocking as a way of showing folks someone is listening to bag limit complaints (reduced) and other fishing concerns.
A neighbor, Bill Robichaud, has been consulting in Laos on the critically endangered saola, a small, horned mammal.
There are days when trout don’t bite, deer don’t move, morels don’t grow, and turkeys don’t respond; sometimes those days last an entire season.
This year I have read in newspapers numerous times about people complaining that the Department of Natural Resources is doing this or doing that.
Forecasts are just that, forecasts for the most part. They are guesses, sometimes based on a few facts or even other forecasts or predictions.
90,000 turkey tags awaiting hunters
Is it as important to recognize someone for the state’s hunter ethics award as it is to report a violation of the state’s hunting regulations?