#HuntFishTravel Ep 206 – Yvonne Brown – Fishing in Ontario and Ontario Women Anglers
Yvonne Brown – a woman I definitely respect for her efforts in angler retention and education stops by to chat about what she’s got going on. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel Ep 206 – Yvonne Brown – Fishing in Ontario and Ontario Women Anglers
To say 2020 was rough would be an understatement.
I thought 2021 would be better, I mean how could it be worse?
How wrong I was. Continue reading Hello Spring
Lots of people ice fish, but so many more people open water fish.
I absolutely love hardwater fishing but when I look outside at the -8 degree weather, I’ll admit I’m ready for some sunshine!
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and there’s still time to order a loved one something that will get them excited for warmer days. Continue reading For the Love of Fishing – 5 Items that will earn you brownie points this Valentine’s Day
Many moons ago when Wisconsin was first settled, the settlers that took up residence around Lake Winnebago, were either farmers or fishermen.
The fishermen took advantage of the bounty that still, to this day, resides in Lake Winnebago.
In the early 19th century, fishermen became dismayed when they realized their nets were being destroyed by an ancient fish native to the Great Lakes region. The torpedo shaped fish had five rows of bony plates that would easily cut the nets; they were deemed “garbage fish” much like carp is today. The fishermen began to slaughter the bony fish that would get caught and tear the nets by the thousands in an attempt to eradicate these pests. Continue reading A History of the Wisconsin Lake Sturgeon