Most channel catfish are done spawning in the Rock, Sugar and lower Wisconsin rivers, anxious to tussle with those who know where to look for them and what bait to use.
If you're looking for some excitement next Sunday, July 12, Dave advises you to head to West Allis and check out Milwaukee IndyFest at the Milwaukee Mile race track.
Serious summer has arrived with warming water temperatures finally stirring the cold-blooded creatures of Wisconsin's deepest inland lake from a finny fugue state into a feeding frenzy.
Kurt Busch will be one to watch Sunday. But don't count out Jeff Gordon.
Ted Peck's dad will be gone 25 years this September, but Ted still thinks of him at least five times a week—usually when hunting or fishing.
Gazette Sports Editor Eric Schmoldt and writer John Barry break down the Cougars, which has advanced to the Division 1 championship game; the upcoming Ray Fischer golf tournament; and the Stanley Cup and NBA finals.
June is here. Hot weather is part of the package. This reality is easier to accept after one last foray to the cool, blue north, Outdoors columnist Ted Peck writes.
This week on Xtra Points, Eric and John give props to Craig baseball and Beloit Turner softball, review the NBA Finals and debate whether LeBron James has knocked Michael Jordan down from the best-basketball-player-ever pedestal.
Dave reviews last weekend's action and looks to NASCAR in Michigan, IndyCar in Toronto and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
A stray dog wandered into outdoors columnist Ted Peck's workshop last weekend.