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Largemouth anglers enjoy a variety of great options in the western part of the Hawkeye State. Here's a look at the best of the best in June bass fishing.Top Waters For Western Iowa Bass Bass

Top Waters For Western Iowa Bass

October 04, 2010

Largemouth anglers enjoy a variety of great options in the western part of the Hawkeye State....

Whether anglers want to catch large fish or numbers this month, there's likely an excellent lake nearby to satisfy the angling urge.Iowa Bass -- Big Or By The Numbers? Bass

Iowa Bass -- Big Or By The Numbers?

October 04, 2010

Whether anglers want to catch large fish or numbers this month, there's likely an excellent...

Riverton WMA and Lake Odessa, close to the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, respectively, serve up first-rate duck and goose hunting in the southern half of the state. Let's take a closer look.Head South For Iowa Waterfowl Hunting

Head South For Iowa Waterfowl

October 04, 2010

Riverton WMA and Lake Odessa, close to the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, respectively,...

Brutal winters took a toll on the birds over the last few years, but IDNR management strategies have helped pheasant numbers rebound -- especially at the public areas near our population centers.Ringnecks Rising Hunting

Ringnecks Rising

October 04, 2010

Brutal winters took a toll on the birds over the last few years, but IDNR management...

Few hunters, even in Iowa, will ever take the deer of their dreams. But Iowa resident Gene Wensel did. Here's the story of his trophy hunt -- and of the magnificent buck that crowned it.The Wensel Monster Hunting

The Wensel Monster

October 04, 2010

Few hunters, even in Iowa, will ever take the deer of their dreams. But Iowa resident Gene...

Our gobblers may be underappreciated, but that's not for lack of birds to hunt -- we've got loads of 'em. To say nothing of several great areas in which to chase them!The Neglected Turkeys Of An Iowa Autumn Hunting

The Neglected Turkeys Of An Iowa Autumn

October 04, 2010

Our gobblers may be underappreciated, but that's not for lack of birds to hunt -- we've got...

Iowa's hunters are a fortunate lot, as they share the state with one of the nation's healthiest -- and largest -- deer herds. And Iowa wildlife officials are taking steps to maintain that level of excellence.How's The Hawkeye Herd? Hunting

How's The Hawkeye Herd?

Rich Patterson - October 04, 2010

Iowa's hunters are a fortunate lot, as they share the state with one of the nation's...

Spring brings crappies into the shallows, which makes for fast action and fun fishing. We'll check out the sites in every part of Iowa that yield the most slabs.Best Bets for Catching Crappies Other Freshwater

Best Bets for Catching Crappies

October 04, 2010

Spring brings crappies into the shallows, which makes for fast action and fun fishing. We'll...

The 2003 pheasant season is shaping up to be one of the best in years. After several tough seasons, things are starting to turn around.Iowa's Early-Season Pheasant Primer Hunting

Iowa's Early-Season Pheasant Primer

October 04, 2010

The 2003 pheasant season is shaping up to be one of the best in years. After several tough...

                  When 15-year-old hunter Tony Lovstuen of Albia pulled the trigger on a giantIowa's World-Record Buck! Hunting

Iowa's World-Record Buck!

October 04, 2010

When 15-year-old hunter Tony Lovstuen of Albia pulled the trigger on a giant

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