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Gary Huron Wallyeye

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Gary Walleye Mille Lacs

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Outdoor Horizons Radio with Guest NPAA Member Greg Karch 6-16-2012

    This week on Outdoor Horizons Radio, the guest is NPAA member and professional angler, Greg Karch. Greg is also in charge and runs the children’s fishing programs for the National Professional Angler Association. Greg will be in Sauk City for the “Take an Adult Fishing Tournament” in August. Karch has a great program for […]

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2nd Annual Coon Creek Trout Fest 5-13-2013

  Hello from Coon Valley Wisconsin!   On Saturday, June 16th, 2012 Coulee Region Trout Unlimited and the Coon Valley Business Association are hosting the 2nd annual, Coon Creek Trout Fest!  This FREE, outdoor festival will take place at Veterans Park along the banks of Coon Creek, an incredibly scenic, blue ribbon trout stream.  Our […]

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Outing Today and SWEET Photo by Len Harris  4-7-2012

Outing Today and SWEET Photo by Len Harris 4-7-2012

http://blogs.wisconsinoutdoorfun.com/blogs/wof/wofharrisblog/2012/03/14/outing-today/

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New Sportsmen’s Leaders Join the CSF   3-14-2012

New Sportsmen’s Leaders Join the CSF 3-14-2012

New Sportsmen’s Leaders Join the CSF The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation’s (CSF) Board of Directors has four new additions. Each of these individuals brings a unique set of skills, professional accomplishments and a love of the outdoors that will benefit hunters, anglers, trappers and recreational shooters in this bipartisan organization. Jeff Crane, president of the CSF, […]

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I’m Back!! Finally, I Think Most of My Problems Are Fixed  3-8-2012

I’m Back!! Finally, I Think Most of My Problems Are Fixed 3-8-2012

It looks like I’m back being able to post, show photos, videos, and write. If all of you readers knew the work that went into almost getting totally restored. If it wasn’t for some great people who work with me I don’t know where I’d be today. Lisa, Phil, and Don did their “wonders” to […]

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Eagle Roost Count Results From Ferry Bluff Eagle Council 3-6-2012

Roost Count Results Sunday, 4 March. 2012 Hello all of you fine counters:   With our mini-winter last week, we more than doubled our eagle count from two weeks ago!    Utilizing 30 volunteer hours, 38 eagles were counted with most of the birds being found down river at the Lone Rock Roost .  It is […]

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Nasty by Len Harris  2-24-2012

Nasty by Len Harris 2-24-2012

We lived in Milwaukee. My father and mother hated the big city. We lived there because that is where the welding and steam fitting jobs were plentiful. He was born and raised in a small town in northern Wisconsin.He left to hunt or fish every chance he got. He took turns on his trips. One […]

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