The Hayward Bass Club will hold its annual planning and membership meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 13, at the Hayward Rod and Gun Club on Highway B, one mile west of the LCO Casino.
Students from Sawyer County schools participated in the annual Conservation Speaking and Poster contests sponsored by the Sawyer County Zoning & Conservation Department Friday, Jan. 25.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — U.S. wildlife officials plan to lift protections for gray wolves across the Lower 48 states, a move certain to re-ignite the legal battle over a predator that's rebounding in some regions and running into conflicts with farmers and ranchers, an official told The Associ…
With almost two feet of snow falling in the past two weeks, more than 600 miles of snowmobile trails throughout Sawyer County are in great shape and getting groomed at least several times per week, the Sawyer County Snowmobile and ATV Alliance reported this week.
A 28.5-inch walleye, 32-inch northern, 13.75-inch crappie, 13.5-inch jumbo perch and a 12.5-inch bluegill were the largest fish registered during the 23rd annual Walleyes for Northwest Wisconsin (WFNW) family ice fishing event Saturday, Feb. 16, on Lac Courte Oreilles.
The status of ongoing projects to improve fishing on Sawyer County lakes and rivers—from northern pike removal to musky stocking to “fish sticks” woody habitat enhancement and a survey of trout in the Namekagon River—was reviewed by Department of Natural Resources fishery biologist Max Wolte…
The Hayward DNR fisheries team will meet with interested anglers at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, at Hayward High School Auditorium to discuss local fisheries issues and present information on DNR fisheries projects.
SUPERIOR (AP) — Some sports anglers have expressed frustration after Wisconsin officials and two tribes settled a new agreement for managing Lake Superior’s fishery, saying they were left out of negotiations.
The 13th annual Ashwabay Summit Race and Tour at Mt. Ashwabay on Saturday, Feb. 2, will give area cross-country skiers a chance to experience ski trails that have been fully open since the first of December.
SUPERIOR, Wis. (AP) — Some sports anglers have expressed frustration after Wisconsin officials and two tribes settled a new agreement for managing Lake Superior's fishery, saying they were left out of negotiations.