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The Pike That Will Live in Infamy

A cool January morning started off with the sound of hundreds upon hundreds of geese honking in the background and snow crunching beneath our boots as we walked to our spot. Open water in the distance, but a solid...
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The Continuing Spread of Invasive Plants

The last couple of decades have seen invasive plants, animals, and pests taking its toll on Wisconsin’s and much of the Midwest’s lakes, rivers, and countryside. The Wisconsin DNR and many citizen based organizations are working hard to stop...
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The Bucket List – Part 3 (Salmon/Trout, Saltwater Species and Exotics)

Part three of our Fishidy bucket list blog focuses on salmon/trout, saltwater species and an exotic fishing trip (get your mind out of the gutter, not that kind of exotic). And, we’re still collecting your votes for your favorite...

A Moment In Time

My memory works too well some of the time.  I am the person in the photo.  I believe it was my wife taking the photo.  The photographer is the only thing I don't remember.  My old catch phrase was...

The Sun Sets on the Stripers

Making it through the long haul until the spring. It was the jersey shore’s turn this past week or so, as the incredible biomass of stripers made another move.  Island Beach State Park and other usual surfcasting haunts got red...