The key to any fish tale is to base the yarn on solid fact. Hydrologists say this is the highest Rock River levels have been in March for 29 years. That's a fact.
We are at the cusp of this kind of fishery right now on Rock River. Fifteen-inch walleyes have an androgynous appearance.
When I was a kid, I was notorious for losing anything not attached to my body.
This trait could border on dangerous during winter months, when lost mittens and hats can result in serious frostbite after just a few minutes.
Loss of a...
The reason Redstone is a worthwhile road trip is the “fishing to catching” ratio.
Perch are a perennial source of torment for rabid anglers.
With the hunter's moon rising across the sleepy Wisconsin landscape Nov. 14, many folks who put a great deal of stock in moon phase and buck behavior say the week ahead of us is prime time to sit all day in the woods.
Until the water cools just a little more, you might have better luck goading fish to strap on the feedbag with a striking presentation rather than a feeding one.
Ground zero in Wisconsin’s pheasant-hunting universe is a sprawling matrix of grassland, cropland and marshy habitat just west of Janesville in the rolling hills around the little town of Footville.
Winds of seasonal change howled through southern Wisconsin twice in the past week, shaking up the paradigms of almost all outdoors pursuits in the woods, wetlands and on the waters.
The catharsis wrought by autumn colors knows no bounds, especially along the shoreline of Butternut Lake.
1-10 of 158