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In the realm of Iowa's trophy whitetail haunts, Fremont County may not match the consistency of Marion or the antler proportions of Allamakee, but big bucks roam southwest Iowa too. Just ask Andy Sheldon. . . . (August 2009)Andy Sheldon's Fremont Monster

Andy Sheldon's Fremont Monster

In the realm of Iowa's trophy whitetail haunts, Fremont County may not match the consistency

In catfishing, tales of monster whiskerfish hooked, caught and sometimes lost are as much a part of the curriculum as the inside scoop on what bait to use. Consider this your course review. (August 2009)20 Things You Should Know About Iowa Catfish

20 Things You Should Know About Iowa Catfish

In catfishing, tales of monster whiskerfish hooked, caught and sometimes lost are as much a

Casey Knight's southwest Iowa 14-pointer might rank as the highest-scoring typical bow kill in the state in 2008, but the season -- and the hunt -- that led up to it was . . . (September 2009)Anything But Typical!

Anything But Typical!

Casey Knight's southwest Iowa 14-pointer might rank as the highest-scoring typical bow kill in

Pheasant populations and habitat may be On the decline in Iowa, but increasingly more attention is being paid to finding the problems and fixing them. (September 2009)A Fighting Chance For Iowa Pheasants

A Fighting Chance For Iowa Pheasants

Pheasant populations and habitat may be On the decline in Iowa, but increasingly more

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Heavy snow cover and wet springs have made survival difficult for Iowa's pheasant population in recent years, but there are reasons for optimism as the 2009 season begins. (October 2009)Hawkeye State Ringneck Roundup

Hawkeye State Ringneck Roundup

Heavy snow cover and wet springs have made survival difficult for Iowa's pheasant population

Iowa's deer-hunting prospects are excellent once again this season, but there are changes on the horizon (October 2009)Iowa's 2009 Deer Outlook -- Part 1: Our Top Hunting Areas

Iowa's 2009 Deer Outlook -- Part 1: Our Top Hunting Areas

Iowa's deer-hunting prospects are excellent once again this season, but there are changes on

Tremendous bucks -- and plenty of them -- are emerging from counties across the state. Will you have what it takes when opportunity knocks? (November 2009)Iowa's 2009 Deer Outlook -- Part 2: Finding Trophy Bucks

Iowa's 2009 Deer Outlook -- Part 2: Finding Trophy Bucks

Tremendous bucks -- and plenty of them -- are emerging from counties across the state. Will

Iowa's northern-tier counties present some of the best pheasant hunting ground in the state this season. Here's your plan for making a successful border run on Iowa ringnecks. (November 2009)Iowa's Border Run Ringnecks

Iowa's Border Run Ringnecks

Iowa's northern-tier counties present some of the best pheasant hunting ground in the state

An increasing number of Hawkeye hunters are braving the arctic cold and heading afield during our late, great muzzleloader and bow hunts for last-chance whitetails. (December 2009)Iowa's Late Muzzleloader And Bow Hunts

Iowa's Late Muzzleloader And Bow Hunts

An increasing number of Hawkeye hunters are braving the arctic cold and heading afield during

Iowa DNR officials are forecasting the best hardwater perch fishing in the history of Big Spirit Lake this winter. Will you be part of the action? (December 2009)Big Spirit Lake's Perch Explosion

Big Spirit Lake's Perch Explosion

Iowa DNR officials are forecasting the best hardwater perch fishing in the history of Big

With these 36 first-rate fishing alternatives -- three for each month -- you have no excuse for missing out on Iowa's  angling action this year. Here's your guide to a year of fantastic fishing!2010 Iowa Fishing Calendar

2010 Iowa Fishing Calendar

With these 36 first-rate fishing alternatives -- three for each month -- you have no excuse

Scattered around the state, the Hawkeye State's urban trout fisheries afford anglers a shot at a species that otherwise would require a trip to northeast Iowa.Iowa's Urban Trout Options

Iowa's Urban Trout Options

Scattered around the state, the Hawkeye State's urban trout fisheries afford anglers a shot at

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