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The once-ubiquitous .22 ammunition is becoming increasingly difficult to find on store shelves.
Outdoors columnist Ted Peck has tips for catching pike in state waterways as spring approaches.
UW-Whitewater men's basketball coach Pat Miller planned to put off surgery for his shoulder pain till after basketball season. A nerve-wracking doctors visit convinced him otherwise.
Though the weather isn't ideal, it isn't impossible to pull a good number of perch out of southern Wisconsin lakes at this time of year.
Outdoors writer D.S. Pledger is headed to Colorado this September ready to face the challenges of hunting in the mountains.
A new specialty vehicle on the market allows anglers to get safely on the ice deeper into winter.
A vintage magazine details a trip across the Alaskan tundra on a crude forerunner of modern all-terrain vehicles.
While one writer insists possums are at least as intelligent as domesticated dogs, Gazette outdoors writer D.S. Pledger delves into some research of his own.
It has been a difficult winter for outdoors people to contend with, but spring-like conditions are getting closer to southern Wisconsin.
For four decades, outdoors columnist Ted Peck has worked as an outdoor writer and professional fishing guide, which gives him a unique perspective into the evolution of the sport fishing industry.
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