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Hunters

Hunters fired up for opening day
Snow to aid deer sightings, allow tracking

Deer hunters hoping for a snow-white backdrop for the firearm deer opener got an early Christmas gift this week across much of the state. Snow on the ground makes spotting and tracking deer easier, and could help lead to a big increase in opening weekend success. Some lucky hunters will also catch the tail end …

Hunters fired up for opening day
Snow to aid deer sightings, allow tracking
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Fishing

If you could turn back time
You can this weekend, so don’t forget

Daylight Savings Time ends this weekend, so don’t forget to take that into account if you want to be in the woods before dawn Sunday. That means changing any clocks that don’t do it automatically before you go to bed Saturday night and setting your alarm for an hour earlier. For example, Saturday’s shooting hours …

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You can this weekend, so don’t forget
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Hunt

Best hunting of the season here
Deer, waterfowl and small game among possibilities

BY KEVIN NAZEGUEST COLUMNIST If you’ve been itching to go hunting lately, it’s prime time to scratch. Some of the best hunting opportunities of the year are knocking on the door, and the tail end of the fall colors alone is worth making the time. White-tailed deer have entered the pre-rut stage, with bucks already …

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Deer, waterfowl and small game among possibilities
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outdoors

October abounds with opportunities for Packerland outdoorsmen
Salmon sightings, duck opener Oct. 1

By KEVIN NAZECorrespondent If you can’t get enough of the outdoors, October is your month. As the day-length melts away, an amazing array of reds, oranges and yellows mix with the greens and browns of the woods and fields to paint a picture that happens just once a year — and only for a fleeting …

October abounds with opportunities for Packerland outdoorsmen
Salmon sightings, duck opener Oct. 1
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Backyard

In the Outdoors: Winter is a great time to enjoy backyard birds

By Kevin Naze Correspondent BROWN COUNTY – If you’re not already a backyard birding fanatic, winter is the perfect time to get started. Attracting birds so you can enjoy them up close is all about food. Topping the list is black-oil sunflower, loved by all desirable species. Safflower, suet and peanut chips are great, too. …

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Gun

In the Outdoors: Whitetails abound in farm zones as gun hunt begins

By Kevin Naze Correspondent Hunter optimism is nearly as high as the full moon that’ll be illuminating Northeastern Wisconsin tonight, the eve before the opening day of the 2021 gun deer hunting season. By the time the last round is fired, more than 200,000 whitetails will likely have been registered across the state. That’s in …

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Deer

In the outdoors: Plenty of deer in farm country but not up north

By Kevin Naze Correspondent BROWN COUNTY – Thousands of Brown County hunters will be heading north for the annual gun deer season, which opens Nov. 20. While the anticipation is still there, many have expressed frustration in the growing numbers of wolves and other predators in the Northwoods. As of late October, the Central Farmland …

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