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When most people think of muskie fishing in our state, they tend to think of the northwoods. But there are plenty of muskies downstate, too. Give these waters a try.Southern Wisconsin Muskies
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Southern Wisconsin Muskies

When most people think of muskie fishing in our state, they tend to think of the northwoods.

No boat? No problem! When the run is on, you can catch walleyes from shore on these Wisconsin waterways. (March 2007)Seven Super Sites For Shore ‘Eyes
Walleye

Seven Super Sites For Shore 'Eyes

No boat? No problem! When the run is on, you can catch walleyes from shore on these Wisconsin

We have shallow lakes and deep lakes that fit some anglers' descriptions of perfect muskie waters. But it doesn't do you any good if you don't know how to fish them! (August 2007)Wisconsin's Classic Muskie Waters
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Wisconsin's Classic Muskie Waters

We have shallow lakes and deep lakes that fit some anglers' descriptions of perfect muskie

Wisconsin's walleye opener is only weeks away. Try these lakes where you may do more catching than fishing. (May 2008)'Eye Opener
Walleye

'Eye Opener

Wisconsin's walleye opener is only weeks away. Try these lakes where you may do more catching

Whether battling a bronzeback on a wide river or a small lake, most anglers agree that pound for pound the smallmouth bass is one of the most thrilling fish to catch. (April 2009)Downstate Smallmouths
Bass

Downstate Smallmouths

Whether battling a bronzeback on a wide river or a small lake, most anglers agree that pound

Shake off the winter cobwebs and hit the open water this spring in pursuit of Wisconsin's favorite game fish. Here are your best bets for wild walleye action. (April 2010)2010 Wisconsin Walleye Preview
Walleye

2010 Wisconsin Walleye Preview

Shake off the winter cobwebs and hit the open water this spring in pursuit of Wisconsin's

The Emigrant, Carson-Iceberg and Hoover wilderness areas of the Central Sierra offer superb trout fishing in a pristine alpine setting. There are plenty of horses to get you there -- but now's the time to plan.Ridin' High For Sierra Trout
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Ridin' High For Sierra Trout

The Emigrant, Carson-Iceberg and Hoover wilderness areas of the Central Sierra offer superb

Send Us Your Photos!<br />Mail to: <strong>California Camera Corner</strong>, P.O. Box 741, Marietta, GA 30061. Photos become the property of this magazine and cannot be returned.Camera Corner
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Camera Corner

Send Us Your Photos!
Mail to: California Camera Corner, P.O. Box 741,

Ample spring rains and good hatches of birds point toward a banner season for quail hunters throughout California in 2004.Golden State Quail Forecast
Hunting

Golden State Quail Forecast

Ample spring rains and good hatches of birds point toward a banner season for quail hunters

The northeastern waterfowl zone opens first for a reason: Ice and snow come early to the high desert. If you hit it right, so do the birds. Here are the best spots to try for ducks and geese.High Desert Waterfowl Hunts
Hunting

High Desert Waterfowl Hunts

The northeastern waterfowl zone opens first for a reason: Ice and snow come early to the high

Stretching from Lake Britton to Lake Shasta, the Pit has dozens of miles of great trout water for every type of angling experience.Trout Fishing the Pit River
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Trout Fishing the Pit River

Stretching from Lake Britton to Lake Shasta, the Pit has dozens of miles of great trout water

An Interview With California Biologist Dave Smith<br />You can't see the deer for the trees in many north state forests. To get things changed, hunters need to look at the big picture.Deer-Friendly Forests
Hunting

Deer-Friendly Forests

An Interview With California Biologist Dave Smith
You can't see the deer for the trees in

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