Crappie Crusade | Wisconsin Fishing Expo This Weekend!

Share Tweet +1 Preview in browser THIS WEEKEND! Wisconsin Fishing Expo to add Second Floor Profits to be given to local fishing clubs/non-profit groups The Wisconsin Fishing Expo (WFE, formerly known as the Madison Fishing Expo) will produce their largest expo ever, with more exhibitors than ever, including a new second floor! The 2017 WFE will be held February 24-26, at the Alliant Energy Center Convention Hall, and is expected to draw 20,000 anglers. READ MORE In the dead of winter the only hunting opportunities are for rabbits, crows and coyotes. Fish are in a perpetual negative mood, with short … Continue reading Crappie Crusade | Wisconsin Fishing Expo This Weekend!

Small Stream Does Not Mean Small Trout by Len Harris

Small Stream Does Not Mean Small Trout Small water does not mean small fish. Residents of this waterway. Posted by Len Harris at 9:02 AM   Continue reading Small Stream Does Not Mean Small Trout by Len Harris

Cabela’s NABC on Minnesota’s Lake Minnewaska July 16 5-29-2016

VISIT US at NorthAmericanBassCircuit.com and be sure to LIKE US on facebook! In this issue Register today for Lake Minnewaska, MN on July 16. Deadline is July 11, word is fishing is GOOD on Minnewaska! NABC has MNDNR special permit to waive the current slot and bag limits for the Mille Lacs NABC event Aug. 13th! Dont forget to sign up for contingencies RANGER CUP, Stratos 2x and Garmin Grand Giveaway! Get registered today! NABC Lake Minnewaska, MN July 16 Registration CLOSES 5pm MONDAY, July 11   NABC Event REGISTRATION   Cabela’s North American Bass Circuit Visits Minnesota’s Lake Minnewaska … Continue reading Cabela’s NABC on Minnesota’s Lake Minnewaska July 16 5-29-2016

Avoid Tempting Bears, Remove Food Sources 5-8-2016

MONTPELIER, Vt. — People love to see a black bear in its natural surroundings, but when a bear ventures into human territory, problems can occur. Vermont Fish & Wildlife wardens and biologists are receiving reports of hungry bears getting into trash containers as well as raiding bird feeders, bee hives and chicken houses. “Human conflicts involving bears are increasing this spring,” said Chief Game Warden Jason Batchelder. “Vermont’s wardens are responding to events involving bears in search of easy calories. As with most wildlife conflicts, these can be easily avoided by taking steps to secure food sources and making them … Continue reading Avoid Tempting Bears, Remove Food Sources 5-8-2016

Spoon Savvy 2-25-2016

Jigging spoons are deadly weapons, but not all spoons are alike. Some fall fast with little fanfare, while others flutter wildly on a slow dance to the bottom. Such differences are extremely important, because choosing the right spoon for the conditions at hand can mean the difference between catching fish and getting skunked. During the decision-making process, many anglers anguish over a spoon’s color and appearance, but the action is what makes fish bite. Bass anglers figured that out long ago, and it’s finally catching on in the ice fishing scene. For this reason, what a spoon looks like in … Continue reading Spoon Savvy 2-25-2016

Target Walleye Media Hub for Walleye Anglers 11-19-2015 12-9-2015

  Pillager, MN, — Less than a year ago, a few pioneers in the fishing industry decided walleye fishing and ice fishing needed “more love.” Al and Ron Lindner, Jim Kalkofen and Jay Kumar launched Target Walleye to create a North American media hub for walleye- and ice-fishing news, publicity and promotions. Such a platform had not existed for at least a decade. In the months following the launch of Target Walleye media – a daily email, website, and what are now the biggest walleye Facebook and Instagram pages – it became obvious that there’s been a pent-up thirst for … Continue reading Target Walleye Media Hub for Walleye Anglers 11-19-2015 12-9-2015

There’s No Place Like Kansas for a Late Season Pheasant Hunt 11-18-2015 12-8-2015

Dear Pheasant Hunter,Here in Kansas, we’re excited to report great conditions across the state have laid the foundation for an excellent pheasant season. As a result, our biologists report that farmers are seeing more pheasants than they have in years. Improved habitat, good weather and a delayed wheat harvest provided ideal conditions for pheasant nesting across much of Kansas. And the prognosis is looking even better for bobwhite quail, if you’re interested in a mixed bag (which only adds to the fun).That’s why I invite you to Kansas before the season ends. Our winters are more temperate here than they … Continue reading There’s No Place Like Kansas for a Late Season Pheasant Hunt 11-18-2015 12-8-2015

Record Registration Numbers for Cabela’s Collegiate Big Bass Bash Presented by Berkley 3-6-2015

   The Cabela’s Collegiate Big Bass Bash Presented by Berkley Announces Record Registration Numbers for the First Event in 2015 Season              San Antonio, Texas (March 6, 2015)– As the final day to register for the Cabela’s Collegiate Big Bass Bash Presented by Berkley came to a close yesterday, Thursday March 5, record registration numbers we’re announced. Over 240 college anglers are spending their spring break at the event and are traveling from states as far away as Colorado, Michigan, and a total of twenty four states across the nation.   Presented by Berkley   The event … Continue reading Record Registration Numbers for Cabela’s Collegiate Big Bass Bash Presented by Berkley 3-6-2015

Yahara Fishing Club Newsletter March 2015 3-3-2015

Hello Yahara Club members,   You won’t want to miss our March speaker Mike Pecosky. He’s a local guide and a member of Bait Rigs Pro-Staff who will talk about fishing for panfish, walleye, muskie and other favorites on the Madison Chain.   I big thanks to all who volunteered this weekend at the Madison Fishing Expo!!!   We have several great outings coming up March through May and will discuss these further at our meeting. We also will be signing people up for these so if you can’t make it to the meeting make sure to read the outing … Continue reading Yahara Fishing Club Newsletter March 2015 3-3-2015

Delta Waterfowl Press Release – February 19, 2015

For immediate release Feb. 19, 2015 Kaumeyer Named Delta Waterfowl Board Chairman BISMARCK, N.D. — Larry Kaumeyer has been named chairman of the board for Delta Waterfowl.Kaumeyer, 52, a life-long waterfowl hunter from Edmonton, Alberta, has served on Delta’s Board of Directors since 2007. Kaumeyer credits his father, Gerry, for igniting his passion for waterfowling as a young man. “I absolutely love hunting ducks,” he said. “If I have a choice of doing anything in the outdoors, I will hunt ducks. I enjoy every aspect of being out there.” The chief executive officer of Infracon Energy Services said he joined … Continue reading Delta Waterfowl Press Release – February 19, 2015