Sunday, January 29th, 2023
Sunday, January 29th, 2023

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Frequently check to make sure first ice is safe ice

Few hard-water anglers would argue that the best ice fishing occurs early in the season.  For over 25 years, my friend and I never missed a weekend of ice fishing. When cold weather finally arrived

Website provides great new option for Outdoor News readers

Outdoor News unveiled an updated website last week that will give the region’s hunters, anglers, and conservationists another way to access the publication’s content.
Readers who prefer print still will have their state-specific newspaper available

A primer for Western plains deer hunting

How far the mule deer buck stood from the rifle muzzle was anybody’s guess, because holding my rangefinder steady in the 25-mph crosswind was impossible. Even if the buck was within range, I still couldn’t

Tips for obtaining nonresident tags out west

Most Western states use points for nonresident hunters, including Wyoming, Colorado, and Montana. Here’s some tips on navigating point systems when applying for a Western big-game hunt.

10 tried-and-true tips for ice fishing with tip-ups

Especially if you’re using bait from a previous outing that has been sitting in a warm fish house, I cool the water slowly so the minnows don’t experience shock when they hit near-freezing water.

Always, change: The angling revolutions

Perhaps the most important modern advancements in fishing technology revolve around electronics. The development of sonar technologies such as side-imaging, down-imaging, and, most recently, forward-facing sonar, have forever changed fishing for many anglers.