Tournament runs nine days through 9 p.m. Saturday, July 31.
Trapping of mice at a rented cabin small consolation for lack of elk sightings.
Cow No. 13 found dead of natural causes at age 24 near Butternut in early April.
The Wisconsin Traditional Archers will host the group’s annual Bow Jam, a self-bow jamboree, April 13-14 at the Ojibwa Bowhunters’ home site at 3045 South Johnson Road, New Berlin. Bow Jam is a great place to learn – first of all – just what a self-bow is and then how to build one. A self-bow is a bow carved out…
This latest transfer effort marks the final shipment of Kentucky elk to Wisconsin
First-time kayak anglers quickly learn the ins and outs of fishing from this small craft that’s usually used for leisure/recreation.
Muskies in those lakes exhibit slow growth rates and above-average natural reproduction.
Sandhiil offers two programs, one for kids ages 12 to 15, another for those age 16 and older.
Discovery renews local 3-year deer baiting and feeding ban; five adjoining counties to see 2-year baiting, feeding ban.
The season is expected to look similar to previous waterfowl seasons overall as far as season length and duck bag limits, but with one significant change on the duck side of the season – the duck zones would all open on the same day, if NRB members approve the season framework as offered by the DNR.
4 elk tags available through random draw, 1 by raffle, 5 go to Chippewa tribes.
With all of the leaves now down, bird hunters have no excuse not to get out.
New Wisconsin state budget eliminates carcass tags for deer and turkeys, registration of Canada geese
Motorists may now pick up road-killed turkeys with DNR authorization.
State tournament competition offered in five divisions.
American Water Spaniel Club bringing its 2017 National Specialty event to Cliftonville Aug. 2-6.
Baiting, feeding ban in CWD-affected counties the one remaining tool the DNR has to slow CWD spread.
This year, Kentucky elk will be released in the Flambeau River State Forest near Winter to augment what’s known as the Clam Lake herd.
Crossbow users notched a 16 percent increase in buck kill from 2015, while gun deer hunters showed an overall 4.5 percent increase