The Oneida County land and water conservation committee delved into a pair of hot-button issues during its February meeting — PFAS and enhanced wakes.
The Oneida County Land and Water Conservation Department held a reception for the winners of its environmental poster contest Monday, Feb. 19 at the Oneida County Courthouse.
This lake country we live in includes two Great Lakes, each within a reasonable driving distance. I’m a Lake Michigan boy, but I find something even more captivating about Lake Superior.
Final details are in place for the Outdoor Adventure program’s annual Musky Seminar at Nicolet College, to be held on March 23 and April 6, 2024.
Whether it is a tackle bag, a tackle box or a whole boat, this is the time of year when we, as anglers, go through everything we carried around all year last year.
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I’ve enjoyed good fishing for bluegills this winter, and as I’ve pulled them up through the Birch Lake ice I’ve been struck by their simple beauty.
Over the last two decades, the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has repeatedly indicated the gray wolf is no longer in need of protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
Early Monday morning Nick Krueger was awakened by his hunting dogs barking outside.
I can’t claim not to enjoy this (so far) incredibly mild winter after the way the season beat us into abject submission well into April last year. But this winter is definitely weird, especially as it relates to life on my lake, and probably yours.
Groundhog Day! It always reminds me of the movie with Bill Murray. Lately the weather has been reminiscent of that as well. Still too warm.
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I borrowed the headline from a poem by Janet Taliaferro, written in tribute to the late Rob Hagge, who passed away on Jan. 6.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is urging the public to practice ice safety on all of Wisconsin’s waterbodies and remember that no ice is safe ice.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and UW-Extension are asking anglers to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species in Wisconsin’s lakes and rivers while fishing this winter.
“Hey! Why can’t you just be nice?” It’s usually a comment more than a question, and I cannot be the only bird watcher who has ever posed it to a “bully” bird outside the window.
It’s hard to think about spring when it’s zero degrees outside and your lake is nothing but a sheet of white.
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