This Wild Weekend Wandering around Chicago outdoors veers from “Eccentric Smallmouth Guy” to the north-zone waterfowl opener to fall trout beginning.
Chasing perch at Steelworkers Park was the goal Monday; the reality was a chance to share rare moments of being alone in the Chicago outdoors.
Opening of Illinois’ fall trout season on Saturday leads this sprawling raw-file Midwest Fishing Report; and white bass are going on the Wolf River.
Richie Garcia caught an American eel from the main stem of the Chicago River Friday during the #ChicagoFishes event on the Chicago Riverwalk.
Harvest during archery season so far is up slightly from the same time last year for Illinois bowhunters.
In case you’re wondering, it looks like a big raccoon can scare off a pair of bobcats among many other notes around Chicago outdoors and beyond.
Conditions this year in Illinois really showed the promise of moist-soil management as a tool for managing for waterfowl and waterfowling.
A red fox to an owl to Mark Belanger–Mark Belanger? Yes indeed and Paul Blair, too–contemplated on a Ramble with the Lady.
Good mix to do for this Wild Weekend Wandering around Chicago outdoors: trying for perch to aquatic pet take-back to Root River open house.
The Musky Hunter Television Show picks up CBS Sports Network to extend the show’s reach nationwide to 100 million households.
A family float trip produced some wonderful fishing, stories and fish, including a Fish of the Week in this smallmouth bass.
An early start to Buck of the Week, but a good one with Brooke Taylor’s story and buck.
High school bass fishing evolves in Illinois, here’s a check-in from Saturday at the Rayjus Outdoors-Oak Lawn Community High Bass Tournament.
A few reports of perch at Montrose, which could be interesting, leads this sprawling raw-file Midwest Fishing Report
Youth firearm deer hunt harvest in Illinois is down, but harvest in the early days of archery season is near last year.