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Positive prognosis: Deer forecast expected to be on the uptick for Tuesday opener

November 11, 2011 BARAGA — Last year, an estimated 656,500 hunters took to the woods to bag a deer and this year, the hunt is expected to be better. more »»

Buck fever strikes again/Woods, water & worse

November 11, 2011 “With today’s date, 11-11-11, I feel lucky enough to get a date with Paris Hiltunen,” said WW&W deer hunting correspondent Buck Fever, planning to invite the wildly popular wildlife correspondent to... more »»

Enough fish and fowl to say grace over/Woods, water & worse

November 4, 2011 “It’s been a while since I’ve seen so many green leaves still on the trees in November,” said WW&W fall correspondent Autumn Equinox. more »»

Why I never say no to Lake Go /Woods, water & worse

October 28, 2011 “Late Fall lunkers lurking in the depths are moving up into shallow weedbeds,” said AIMfishing. more »»

Late season last casts lure lunkers/Woods, water & worse

October 21, 2011 “Fishing with these walleye pros can wear a girl out,” WW&W wildlife correspondent Paris Hiltunen whined, casting her fate to the wind on wave-tossed Gratiot Lak. more »»

Once again, to top LSPR, it takes two

October 14, 2011 HOUGHTON — The Lake Superior Performance Rally is back to two days and full of teeth for the field of racers. more »»

Something gorgeous to grouse about/Woods, water & worse

October 14, 2011 “If you’re a Yooper bird and duck hunter, this is your time to be beating around the bush,” said WW&W waterfowl correspondent Red Head. more »»

Copper Country color takes the cake/Woods, water & worse

October 7, 2011 “If you like your Fall colors intense and vibrant, you’ve come to the right place,” said WW&W Fall foliage correspondent, the lovely and colorful Autumn Equinox. more »»

Fall colors make local anglers think pink/Woods, water & worse

September 30, 2011 “We never could find Lost Lake, so we went with Plan B,” said ubiquitous WW&W wildlife correspondent and fishinista Paris Hiltunen, iPhoning in her final brookie report of the season from her canoe... more »»

Summer’s swan song quite the shindig/Woods, water & worse

September 23, 2011 “Now that I’m back in town and Summer’s on her way out, we’ve got a lot to celebrate!” announced WW&W Fall Correspondent Autumn Equinox at the gala media celebration honoring her arrival and Summer’... more »»

Brookies don’t trust your shadow as far as you can throw it/Woods, water & worse

September 16, 2011 “It’s a busy time in the bush,” said WW&W Fall correspondent Autumn Equinox, waiting in the wings for her gala appearance on Sept. 23. more »»

LT?before breakfast on BTB/Woods, water & worse

September 9, 2011 “4:45 am is pretty darn early to be slipping the boat in the water in anybody’s league,” said WW&W senior fishing correspondent Ed Wetelainen, upon hearing that I’d been out wetting lines way before... more »»

Going beyond land’s end for Labor Day/Woods, water & worse

September 2, 2011 I’ve always been drawn to land’s end. Whether it’s Copper Harbor and the Keweenaw with Isle Royale beyond the horizon, or Key West with the Dry Tortugas offshore, they’re me magnets. more »»

Muskies: The fish of 1,000 casts/Woods, water & worse

August 26, 2011 EDITOR’S NOTE:?This column originally ran Aug. 24, 2007. Muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) have long been called the fish of a thousand casts, as in that's how many it takes to catch one. more »»

Wares for woods and water

August 12, 2011 CALUMET — The Calumet-Keweenaw Sportsmen’s Club is sponsoring its 8th Annual Gun & Sports Show at the Calumet Colosseum Aug. 19 and 20 during the Calumet Heritage Days Festival. more »»

Scumlinin’ with a Suomolainen/Woods, water & worse

August 12, 2011 “Some days you can be out there bobbinen’ and trollinen’ til the cows come home and not buy a bite or catch a fish,” said WW&W senior fishing correspondent Ed Wetalainen. more »»

Take time to stop and smell the pasties/Woods, water & worse

August 5, 2011 “Don’t dilly-dally,” they said. “Stop lolly-gagging,” they added. “Stop daydreaming!” they scolded. more »»

Marietta is double winner in motocross

August 5, 2011 GREENLAND — James Marietta of Hubbell won the Open A and 250A classes in motocross racing at the Ontonagon County Fair July 30. more »»

Any hick knows tick rhymes with crick

July 29, 2011 “Have you heard Brad Paisley’s new song, “I’d like to check you for ticks?” asked WW&W meteorologist Summer Solstice as we checked one another for ticks over a cold one at Zik’s. more »»

CKSC to host kids fishing derby

July 29, 2011 CALUMET — The Calumet-Keweenaw Sportsmen’s Club is hosting its seventh annual Kids Fishing Derby at Swedetown Pond in Calumet Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

 
 

 

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