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New blind for disabled hunters at Eagle Creek

Sunday

Hunters with disabilities can avail themselves of a new hunting blind installed in time for the busy fall hunting season at Eagle Creek State Recreation Area on Lake Shelbyville.

Fall colors arriving in Wisconsin

Saturday

Maples and sumacs showing reds and ashes starting to turn yellow and purple.

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Sunday, September 21

Andrea Platt of Sparland shows off a 4.5-pound walleye caught on the Illinois River on Aug. 15.
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Illinois fishing report 9-19-14

Saturday, September 20

Here is the latest Illinois fishing report.

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KY Giant

Friday, September 19

Monster bucks in Kentucky have become a common occurrence in recent years. This latest one is about as good as it gets.

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Oakwood Bottoms turns 50

Thursday, September 18

A celebration of Oakwood Bottoms' 50th anniversary is planned for Sept. 27.

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The Trail Camera…Friend or Foe?

Thursday, September 18

The trail camera started as a remote scouting tool, but it has taken on a life of its own.

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Wet, cool weather = Standing Corn!

Wednesday, September 17

Uh oh. You know the words will show up often over the next few months. And the standing corn will have an impact on hunting.

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Northwoods Report

Saturday, September 13

I made a quick trip north with my friend Scott.

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Fond du Lac For Fall Migration

Wednesday, September 10

Whether you are a bird watcher or a bird hunter Fond du Lac makes an outstanding fall destination.

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My First Western Hunt in the Books

Wednesday, September 10

My brother and I spent the first week of September chasing muleys and we had a blast!

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Bow Hunter Classic archery shoot

Tuesday, September 09

McLean County Archery Club has its first Bow Hunter Classic shoot Sept. 13 at the new Comlara Park Archery Range.

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IWA Announces “Voluntary Restraint” Campaign.

Monday, September 08

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Under Siege in Southern Illinois

Monday, September 08

Turkey mites by the thousands right now

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SW IL Dove Totals

Monday, September 08

Pyramid State Park the leader in dove harvests in my neighborhood

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Illinois Conservation Police Cite Businesses

Monday, September 08

Illinois Conservation Police Cite Businesses That Violate Aquatic Invasive Species Laws.Fines total nearly $30,000 for violations of permit requirements.

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