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Colorado’s Best Spring Bass Waters

by David Paul Williams 0

It’s May and the sun’s rays have broken through and started to warm the winter-chilled water all across the Centennial… more »

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Trout Fishing With Crankbaits

by Steven Johnson 0

Wading side-by-side up a trout stream and casting matching minnow-imitating lures, a buddy and I should have been enjoying at… more »

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Be Bear Safe: Steps to Prevent Encounters

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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources released info this week on how to avoid confrontations with black bears, which are becoming… more »

Trout, Brook Trout, Fishing for Trout

Colorado’s Top Spring Trout Streams

by D.H. Willis 0

While some Colorado trout streams are muddied or locked into the hold of later winter, others are producing lots of feisty… more »

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Alert Viewer Points Out Poaching Seen on TV Show

by Scott Bernarde 0

Two Kentucky men featured on a national TV hunting show face more than $30,000 in fines after pleading no contest to… more »

deer hunting

Woman Reader Shares Montana Deer Hunting Story

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Editor’s Note: Montana reader Mary Hally shared the deer hunting story about her first archery kill on Game & Fish’s Camera Corner bragging board…. more »

When is 2017 Turkey Hunting Season in Your State?

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

Many outdoors enthusiasts think fishing once the calendar flips to March, but hunters get pretty jacked for the spring, too…. more »

trout fishing

Plug Your Way to More Trout

by Scott Haugen 0

Consider trolling plugs as trout fishing action heats up across the West. As winter gives way to spring, trout fishing is… more »

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5 Tactics For Winter Trout

by M.D. Johnson 0

I have a confession to make. I’ve never really been a fan of February. Spending, as I did, much of… more »

crappie fishing

Crappie Fishing: How to Find ‘Em After Cold Front

by Dan Anderson 0

A cold front is a cold front to most folks, but to anglers in the springtime a cold front is a… more »

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