Please Excuse Me For Not Posting the Last Few Weeks 8-29-2017

I’d like to apologize to all my readers. I’ve had some severe medical problems and have not been able to work much on the website. I should be back and running regularly very soon. Please come back and I’ll try try to give you some of all the best activities happening in the great outdoors.I don’t just give information on hunting and fishing info and tips, I try to cover all the outdoors.  Sincerely, Gary A. Engberg Continue reading Please Excuse Me For Not Posting the Last Few Weeks 8-29-2017

DNR Weekly News Update, July 11, 2017

Trouble viewing this email? Click here July 11, 2017 Jump into summer fun continues this July at Wisconsin state park system properties MADISON -Summer is in full swing and Wisconsin state park system properties offer visitors many opportunities to beat the heat and enjoy the outdoors. This July, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will highlight ideas for enjoying the many opportunities for water sports at state park properties on its Facebook page and Twitter account. People are encouraged to share their own experiences using the hashtag #WIstateparks. – Read Full Article Online chat will answer questions about becoming a … Continue reading DNR Weekly News Update, July 11, 2017

CANCELED! Annual July 4th Event

Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Sad to say, The Annual “Fire on the River” paddling/camping event has been canceled. 10 day forecasts have indicated that we might not have much for sandbars on July 1st. Even if the water level drops to half of what it is now; it will still be too high to have a safe/enjoyable outing. We could be wrong, but we don’t want people doing all the preparation required and then be disappointed. We WILL schedule some other activities as soon as we are certain of good conditions. Stay tuned! … Continue reading CANCELED! Annual July 4th Event

DNR Outdoor Report, June 22, 2017 – Additional Rains Greet First Week of Summer Keeping Rivers up and Trails Wet

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Report summary for June 22, 2017 Complete DNR Outdoor Report (Reports from conservation wardens, wildlife and fisheries staff and property managers from around the state) Additional rains greet first week of summer keeping rivers up and trails wet The wet weather has continued into our first astronomical week of summer, with rain falling in some or all of the state every day in the last week. This has continued to keep rivers high and many trails wet and muddy. The lower Wisconsin River continues to flow at more than twice its normal flow and … Continue reading DNR Outdoor Report, June 22, 2017 – Additional Rains Greet First Week of Summer Keeping Rivers up and Trails Wet

Bassmaster High School And Junior Championships To Get Under Way In Tennessee Next Week

Bassmastermedia.com View this email in your browser The top high school anglers from across the country will return to Paris, Tenn., to compete in the 2017 Costa Bassmaster High School National Championship presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods on Kentucky Lake, June 22-24. The Junior Bassmaster Championship will also take place nearby on Carroll County 1,000 Acre Recreational Lake, June 20-21. Photo by B.A.S.S. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 14, 2017Bassmaster High School And Junior Championships To Get Under Way In Tennessee Next WeekPARIS, Tenn. — When hundreds of high school anglers spread out across sprawling Kentucky Lake for the Costa Bassmaster High School National Championship presented … Continue reading Bassmaster High School And Junior Championships To Get Under Way In Tennessee Next Week

Statewide Birding Report: More Unusual Birds Alight

SHARE TWEET MORE CLOSE News Tools Primary Contact All Contacts Subscribe Previous Archive RSS Outdoor Report for June 1, 2017Published by the Central Office View current conditions for Wisconsin State Parks, Trails and Forests Check out the Wisconsin Department of Tourism (exit DNR).   General | Northern Region | Northeast Region | Southeast Region | South Central Region | West Central Region Intermittent rain and high winds covered many areas of the state this past week, but couldn’t slow down the thousands of local and out-of-state visitors spending their Memorial Day weekend at Wisconsin’s parks, campgrounds and piers. Those outdoor … Continue reading Statewide Birding Report: More Unusual Birds Alight

Volunteer Opportunities: Wisconsin State Parks, Trails, Forests, and Recreation Areas

Volunteer Opportunities: Wisconsin State Parks, Trails, Forests, and Recreation Areas Volunteer Opportunities Wisconsin State Parks, Forests, Recreation Areas, and Trails Saddle Up for Horse Camp Serving as a horse campground host can be a great way to get some extra time on the trail this summer. Come join in the fun around the campfire with equestrian friends! Kettle Moraine State Forest – Southern Unit The Horserider’s Campground in Palmyra has openings from two weeks to a full month at the camp host site. There are 87 miles of equestrian trails of varying lengths over a cross section of the Kettle Moraine. … Continue reading Volunteer Opportunities: Wisconsin State Parks, Trails, Forests, and Recreation Areas

Special Edition DNR Weekly News Update, May 31, 2017

May 31, 2017 Special Edition DNR Weekly News [EDITOR’S ADVISORY: Due to the Monday, May 29 Memorial Day Holiday we were unable to include all news releases in the May 30, DNR Weekly News.] – Read Full Article Natural Resources Board approves 2017 deer harvest quotas and season structure MADISON – The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board approved deer hunting season framework and antlerless deer quotas for 2017 at its May 24 meeting in Madison. – Read Full Article Snapshot Wisconsin rolls into Dane, Grant, Rusk, Taylor, Marathon and Clark counties – get involved today MADISON – Landowners in Dane, Grant, … Continue reading Special Edition DNR Weekly News Update, May 31, 2017

Weed Walleye Hack, Lake Jeopardy, Slip Bobber Tips

If you’re getting this Target Walleye email for the first time, a friend probably signed you up! Today’s Top 4 MN governor catches walleye during bass opener!  The exact opposite of what usually happens, which is freakin’ hilarious because of where they were fishing…. Any guesses? Ding, ding, ding! We know state fisheries chief Don Pereira can’t get enough of it: Do you know what type of weeds you’re fishing?  We love us some weed-dwelling walleyes! Not all vegetation is created equal, but Joel Nelson has a trick for finding the right type of weeds in the right spots: > … Continue reading Weed Walleye Hack, Lake Jeopardy, Slip Bobber Tips

DNR Outdoor Report update, May 25, 2017 – Cooler than Normal Temperatures Slow Spring Progression; River Systems Running High Across State

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Report summary for May 25, 2017 Complete DNR Outdoor Report (Reports from conservation wardens, wildlife and fisheries staff and property managers from around the state) Cooler than normal temperatures slow spring progression; river systems running high across state Cooler than normal temperatures, clouds and rain dominated the last week and slowed down the spring progression, including bird migrations and fish spawning. However, a warm-up in the next couple of weeks could change that quickly. River systems across the entire state are running very high, and while the Memorial Day weekend has traditionally been a … Continue reading DNR Outdoor Report update, May 25, 2017 – Cooler than Normal Temperatures Slow Spring Progression; River Systems Running High Across State