To me, owning a boat is a wonderful thing, but it doesn’t mean that I need it to catch fish. In fact, I have found that some of my best fishing experiences have been in a pair of breathable waders standing in the middle of a flowing river. continue reading ›
Remember the acronym C.O.L.D to keep yourself warm when hunting, fishing, recreating outdoors in winter
If ice fishing or other activities tempt you outdoors these days, the one thing that can ruin the experience is getting cold. continue reading ›
Hard water angling requires working, efficient tackle, so reward yourself with more productive ice fishing by keeping gear properly organized. continue reading ›
Before drilling holes in the solid ice, anglers should take care of some basic steps to make sure the ice fishing experience is enjoyable continue reading ›
Much of Illinois is experiencing its first “real” winter in years, which means ice anglers are warming up to the idea of drilling holes and trying to pull panfish, walleyes and pike through the ice. It’s also a dangerous time for the inexperienced anglers. continue reading ›
I start thinking about spring gobbler season right after the holiday season, although my friends – as well as Paula – claim I think about it all year round. continue reading ›
Unfilled tag? Cold weather whitetails by stick-and-string pose one of hunting’s greatest but most satisfying North Country challenges. continue reading ›
The ice formula guru, “Tackle” Terry Tuma answers the toughest angling questions from rank-and-file outdoorsmen for this winter’s hottest sport on hard water. continue reading ›
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- From the Pages of Outdoor News – March 24th, 2017