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- Ever since she was a child, visits to Wisconsin state parks have been the centerpiece of Jeanne Walters’ summer.
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- Naked bike ride held in Madison over the weekend
- Two bear attacks unusual in Wisconsin
- Pahnke, Kostichka win salmon tournament
- DNR: Grouse population down
- Blogger Len Harris reminds trout anglers to shift gears this summer
- Blogger Marilynn Nash spends weekend working on Ice Age Trail
- Video round-up: Fishing Has No Boundaries event, ATVs on town roads
- State Natural Resources Board to meet June 25-26 in Wausau
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Hunters and trappers would be allowed to kill dozens more wolves during Wisconsin's second wolf hunt this fall, under new quotas released Tuesday by
- Jun. 18, 2013
Phil Pahnke won Class A and Kurt Kostichka topped Class B in the second annual Sturgeon Bay Salmon Shootout fishing tournament Saturday.
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Ever since she was a child, visits to Wisconsin state parks have been the centerpiece of Jeanne Walters’ summer.
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WJFW.com reports on a Fishing Has No Boundaries event held in May on the Eagle River chain of lakes.
- Jun. 17, 2013
Once upon a time, the Plover River ran sparkling, vibrant and full. The Plover River once was prized for native brook trout as a class 1 trout stream.
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The 2013 World Naked Bike Ride featured a Madison installment over the weekend and Kierstin Kloeckner writes about it in her Wisconsin Bike
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Volunteers from Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and North Dakota worked through Sunday on a four-day project on the Blue Hills segment of the Ice
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Tour of America's Dairyland: The Tour includes 11 straight days of racing. There is over $140,000 in cash and prizes to be awarded in multiple categories. Live entertainment, food and more will also be available at the events held in Waukesha, Sheboygan, Fond du Lac, Milwaukee and Elkhart Lake. Visit http://www.tourofamericasdairyland.com for more information. More events | Events map