One groundhog eats an average of $50 worth of soybeans each year; here’s how to go after the pesky beasts.
Muskies might reach 30 pounds or more — a great catch if you’re willing to work for it.
His motto: ‘If I don't catch something worthwhile in five minutes or less, it's time to move.’
Most don't really know where to go when it comes to Lake Erie fishing — Here are some answers.
To do well there, readers should make a trip or two to these spots well before bow season
Mushroom hunting season is a special time for several reasons.
“Why should Norwalk area anglers care about white bass? The answer is simple — because they’re fun!”
From all indications, it should be a better than average year.
Crappie just might be the prettiest fish in Lake Erie.
If there's a secret to catching these little cats, this is it.
“The two best places to fish are in the Western Basin and … in waters not far from Marblehead.”
“Cut this column out, hang it on the wall, pass it on to a relative or friend. If they follow these instructions, they WILL catch fish.”