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Waukesha County outdoors-minded people made up 190 of the 6,069 people who attended the annual spring fish and game hearings held on April 8.
As water temperatures in Illinois rise, bass begin foraging for food. Choosing the right color is important when trying to lure a hungry fish.
Hunters and anglers have been pining for lodging and other amenities at Pyramid State Park. A non-profit group is working to grant their wishes.
Ocean fishing. A lot of people think it’s reserved for deep blue water and fancy center console rigs that can take on 10-footers. Sure, that can be the case, but it doesn’t have to be, if you don’t want it to be.
Everyone knows they need to winterize their boats each fall to keep them from suffering from ice damage during the winter months. But what about this time of year?
Most of Illinois’ waters are free of ice, creating a feeding frenzy among the state’s bluegills, crappies and bass. Weed growth are the best places to find the fish right now.
A little TLC for your waxes, mouses, and Eurolarvae will keep you fishing longer.
The city of Detroit really missed an opportunity earlier this year when it refused to consider allowing the state of Michigan to lease Belle Isle and run it as a state park.
When you get on a bus, airplane or travel busy highways loaded with commercial trucks, you expect the operators of these conveyances to be alert, sober and not under the influence of dangerous drugs
Maximize your jigging techniques during your hard-water fishing forays in March.
Winnebago-Fond du Lac Convention and Visitors Bureau president Craig Molitor and sales director Carrie Stollenwerk created a brilliant event just for women.
Gov. Scott Walker has released his proposed 2013-2015 state budget that he says shows his belief “in moderation of state spending.”
Sucker minnows the key to late season walleye fishing success.
Hunters planning food plots for deer this spring should start by having their soil tested.
Ice fishing for panfish is at its peak in northern Illinois
Hydrokinetic project quietly advances
Many outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen, like most folks, are not much into making resolutions for a new year. Neither am I.
Governor Rick Snyder turned heads last week when he announced plans for a hunting and fishing license fee increase in his proposed budget.
I recently spoke with an angler who fished walleyes hard all summer.
As promised two years ago, DNR is reviving its Illinois Conservation Congress, scheduling a number of public meetings around the state this month and in March that will precede the actual Congress gathering set for September.
Ice is dangerous and, before I get into anything else, I want to mention a couple things that you need to keep in mind. First and foremost is safety.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s recent claim that his administration is going to take emergency action to deal with diminishing Great Lakes water levels caused me to raise my eyebrows.
When the Michigan DNR announced how it plans to reapportion the chinook stocking next spring, a paraphrase of Honest Abe’s maxim came to mind
Whether it’s on vertical jigging spoons or another jig, you can’t go wrong adding a minnow head.
There are tough-bite timeframes when you really need to coax a fish into biting. Your jigging action will make or break your success.