Join Wisconsin Outdoor News’ Kristen Monroe as she fishes a bass kayak tournament and talks with those in the know on the subject. A word from the wise: With less range, kayak anglers have to make their decisions right off the bat.
Video blog from Kristen Monroe offers up tips on where they can be found.
Jarod Higginbotham, of Yakima Baits, shares some trolling tips for walleyes on Day 2 of a Green Bay fishing trip. Action on Day 2 was steady because of some of the changes Higginbotham made on the trolling rigs. We caught a few catfish, walleyes and sheepshead throughout the day. Then suddenly, during our last 10 minutes of fishing, we boated…
Duck opening dates, Canada geese bag limits/zones highlight changes in Wisconsin migratory bird hunting regs [video]
North duck zone will open one week later than in previous years, resulting in a single statewide opener for the North, South and Mississippi zones on Sept. 29; daily Canada goose bag limit increased to three birds per day.
Kristen Monroe talks to Olivia Sheely about the scholarship Sheely landed for bass fishing to Bethel University in Tennessee.
Scenes from the recent National Wild Turkey Federation annual convention and sport show at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tenn.
Kristen Monroe of Outdoor News talks to ATA president and CEO Matt Kormann about liberalized crossbow laws and the archery industry.
When members of the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers met at Lake of the Woods in far northwestern Minnesota in September, many of them caught lake sturgeon while fishing for walleyes, including Wisconsin Outdoor News’ Kristen Monroe, who was fishing them for the first time.
Kristen Monroe talks with land specialist Aaron Milliken, a Whitetail Properties team leader, about ways to add value to recreational land. Milliken suggests projects such as timber sales, trails, and plantings.
While participating in Minnesota’s gun deer season outside of Ely in the Superior National Forest, Wisconsin Outdoor News columnist Patrick Durkin made a relatively rare observation for most deer hunters – an American marten on the hunt. Durkin was able to get a bit of video on the little predator on a cold early November day. For more on Durkin’s Minnesota deer…
Wisconsin Outdoor News’ Kristen Monroe interviews the voice of Bass Pro Shops, Larry Whiteley, about Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife Museum. Wonders of Wildlife Museum celebrates people who fish, hunt and act as stewards to the land and water.
Mike Hehner shows how he uses his Aqua-Vu to specifically target largemouth bass during the hard-water season.
Aqua-Vu underwater camera systems captures hungry walleyes hunting a minnow slow-trolled along the bottom.
Brian “Bro” Brosdahl demonstrates his technique for down-viewing with his Aqua-Vu HD underwater camera system. “Bro” also shows the features of Aqua-Vu’s HD system.
Kristen Monroe talks to Dr. Grant Woods about working up fall food plots.
Waterfowl hunters can expect good things this fall.
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Yamaha’s Landry and Meeler share winterization tips with Outdoor News’ Kristen Monroe.
She learns the finer points of tossing ground bait while fishing for European bleak with “whip” rods.
While competing at the World Match Fishing Tournament in Hungary last month, Wisconsin Outdoor News’ Kristen Monroe mixed up a batch of bait each day, a concoction that included “jokers.” What are “jokers?” Check out the above video for more on that and the tournament.
Ellyn Conhartoski of Hayward, Wis., captured this video Sept. 11 of two rutting elk bulls battling on County Highway M, near Clam Lake in Sawyer County.
Outdoor News’ Monroe part of first U.S. women’s team.
Fishermen can’t change the weather, so the only option is to work with what Mother Nature offers each day.
Julie Smith, of Bloomer, was videotaping a fawn swimming along the shoreline at dawn on Lake Noquebay in Marinette County on June 30 when a bald eagle swooped in, grabbed the fawn in its talons, and killed it in the shallow water. The eagle ate the deer over the next four days. For more, see Patrick Durkin’s column in the…
Illinois fishing guide Don Satterfield talks about Lake Shelbyville’s fish production.
Yakima Bait’s Jarod Higginbotham talks about trolling speed and visibility.