Damaged equipment during an epic ice fishing snowmobile ride to the far-reaching walleye, sauger, and perch grounds of Lake of the Woods
From crossbows to salmon, hopes aplenty
Winter has hit us hard here in Illinois and with the snow and cold has come ice.
For multiple species, new ice jigging spoons, lures, and jigs in tungsten are set to dominate this winter’s ice fishing scene.
USGS study shows that while stocked brown trout can interfere with wild brookies, real threat is habitat degradation.
With today’s fishing technology, plus a few exclusive bluegill and walleye tricks, there’s no excuse for missing bites
While continuing to prach his mantra that ice fishing is good all season, even “Tackle” Terry Tuma loves the siren’s call of December’s first ice
DEC won’t move eggs from Salmon River
Western N.Y. waters produce when the pressure is on
Not too early to begin thinking about winterizing your boat, plus fuel treatments tips for year-round
A total of 13 people from Illinois and Indiana have been arrested, cited
or warned by DNRs from both states for commercial fishing violations.
Schaller to work with retiring Randy Stark through gun deer season
Where are some logical fall sunfish locations in the Midwest and Great Lakes region?
Would you rather purchase a product made in America or one that’s been imported from some other country?
Making the case for creature plastics, jigs, and crankbaits when hunting the pike of autumn
Legislators should work together on behalf of Wisconsin hunting, fishing and trapping mentoring programs
Two key members of Sporting Heritage Council block efforts to move forward
1.) It’s unsalted 2.) No worrying about pesky sharks eating a hole in your boat, or biting off your leg. 3.) Freshwater lake trout, salmon, whitefish and yellow perch are good eating. 4.) No hurricanes or typhoons to worry about. 5.) A gigantic oarfish will never brush up against your leg. 6.) No worries of getting stung by a jelly…
Generous landowner stocks stream, opens it to all, posts signs asking no-kill angling
ECO/Forest Ranger graduation ceremony was special
Kayaks offer stability and maneuverability
The fall season triggers the fish to start to feed up heavily and this means that you are likely to hook into some real trophy fish.
Big hooks, big baits are two keys in angling the thick walleyes of autumn
Dan Durbin’s family fishes Lake Thompson in Oneida County
More than 100 outdoor writers and radio and TV show hosts take in Wisconsin’s Lake Winnebago, Kettle Moraine State Forest and many other sights around Fond du Lac
Federal government shutdown has far-reaching impacts on hunters and anglers
PF&BC board makes right move to expand its mentored trout fishing program statewide