Give Wildlife Plenty of Space This Winter

January 25, 2017 by  
Filed under Deer Hunting, Featured, Pheasant Hunting

Give Wildlife Plenty of Space This Winter

I’ve been getting peppered with questions about winter and wildlife since the snow began to fall and the wind started to blow back in late November and early December. Until just recently, the snow continued to accumulate, and the wind continued to blow it around, while temperatures plunged below zero at night more often than […]

Keep Warm on the Ice

January 7, 2015 by  
Filed under Featured, Ice Fishing

Keep Warm on the Ice

By Bob Jensen It got cold again! And that’s both a good thing and a bad thing.  It’s good, because the ice is getting thicker and safer across most of the ice-fishing region.  That means more anglers will be on the ice in the near future. It also means that it’s easier for those ice-anglers […]

The Good News and the Not-So-Good News for Winter 2015

December 11, 2014 by  
Filed under Deer Hunting, Featured, Other Fishing

The Good News and the Not-So-Good News for Winter 2015

By Doug Leier Most years there’s no shortage of attention grabbers in late fall, with deer season coming and going and the wrap-up of fall sports and harvest and the early stages of the holidays. Such concentration of activity sometimes prevents us from keeping up with an array of hunting and fishing information, and the […]