Today’s Top Story
- More than 316,000 catchable size trout are being stocked in dozens of inland trout waters across Wisconsin before the May 3 inland fishing season opener. A list of waters receiving fish and how many were planned for stocking is now available online.
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- Photos: Land Trust hike held in Door County over the weekend
- Sturgeon Bay man rescued from ice Saturday
- Blogger Phil Schweik shares his weekly outdoor report
- Zip line highlights new Adventure Park at NEW Zoo
- Walleye run brings fishermen running to De Pere dam
- Column: Boys and girls participate in pheasant hunt
- UWSP anglers take top spots at College Series Championship
- Outdoor lovers vote to ban baiting, feeding
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- 3:50 PM
More than 135,000 hunters take to the woods each year in Wisconsin to pursue the wild turkey, many for the first time.
- 3:43 PM
More than 316,000 catchable size trout are being stocked in dozens of inland trout waters across Wisconsin before the May 3 inland fishing season
- 8:44 AM
If you are a thrill-seeker who believes Brown County government is incapable of building an adventure park worthy of the name, just climb up the 50
- Mar. 26, 2014
Deteriorating trail conditions and forecasts of rain will shut down all Marathon County snowmobile and ATV trails beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday.
- Apr. 15, 2014
The Wood County Sheriff's Department will host a four-night Boater's Safety Department of Natural Resources Certification Class at the end of April
- Apr. 14, 2014
Lydia Mulvany of JSOnline.com reports on a Milwaukee bike shop that will add a cafe soon, a combination the city hasn't seen.
- 8:18 AM
The Door County Land Trust sponsored a public hike reviewing the restoration efforts that created wetland habitat for birds at the Oak Road Nature
Things To Do
Packerland Deer Camp: Whitetails Unlimited will host this event at Stadium View Bar & Grille, 1963 Holmgren Way, Ashwaubenon. Doors open at 5 p.m., dinner will be served at 7 p.m. Cost is $65. Register by April 14 by contacting Jamie Merckx at 920-284-6548 or visit http://www.whitetailsunlimited.com. More events | Events map
Ice Age Trail field trip: Visit the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve in Cross Plains at 9 a.m. to look for waterfowl and grassland birds. Wear sturdy boots and dress for the weather for this three mile hike. For more information contact Gary Werner of the Dane County Chapter, Ice Age & Trail Alliance at 608-249-7870. More events | Events map