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Ted Peck: Time is right to see full fall colors

If you're sitting down to read this column Sunday evening, odds are you didn't catch Tom Gruenwald Outdoors this morning at 7:30 on the Sportsman Channel. I didn't see it either, but will some time soon through the wonders of DVR.

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Ted Peck: Pull in walleye with Rat-L-Trap lures
Rat-L-Traps are a great search bait that enables enable an angler to cover potential fishing holes quickly, looking for active fish.
 DNR predicts bountiful duck hunt
DNR predicts bountiful duck hunt
Surveys show overall duck numbers at an apex level in 59 years of record keeping.
Ted Peck: Catching muskies on the fly
The concept of chasing muskies with fly-fishing gear takes the concept of extreme angling to an entirely different dimension.
Ted Peck: Seasons changing, but focus still on fishing

Bow season opened yesterday. Five stands are still under ice-fishing gear in the back corner of the pole barn. Four more are out in the woods in need of movement and cutting new shooting lanes. My bow hasn't seen an arrow ...

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State hunters can take aim at migrating teal
Monday at 9 a.m., Wisconsin waterfowlers will get their first shot at early migrating teal. The WDNR is participating in a three-year experiment permitted by federal wildlife managers, which allows harvest of this vanguard of webfoot migration in a special season which runs through Sept. 7.
Ted Peck: Simple tips for trolling motor maintenance
Ted Peck: Simple tips for trolling motor maintenance
Many trolling motor repairs are forehead-slapping simple and can be fixed while you're still out on the water.
Hunting season nears, but anglers still active
Hunting season nears, but anglers still active
In just more than two weeks, we will enter the fields with guns again, seeking both mourning doves and Canada geese.
Virus affecting carp enters Rock River ecosystem
A couple of significant carp die-offs in the Rock River's headwaters near Horicon Marsh late last month have been caused by the koi herpes virus, according to a state DNR biologist.