Mayfly Hatches, Tapping into the Food Chain
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By Adam M. Glickman Mayfly and other insect hatches are often thought of in a very

Examining the Reality of Invasive Species
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By Adam M. Glickman For over 20 years now, those who utilize WI and MN waters

Understanding Stocked vs. Wild Gamefish Resources
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By Adam M. Glickman Most of our gamefish resources in WI and MN are maintained

The Future of Minnesota and Wisconsin Gamefish Resources (Part 2)
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What proper regulation looks like and why it would work. By Adam M. Glickman

Issues Affecting Minnesota and Wisconsin Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
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By Adam M. Glickman The Future of Wisconsin and Minnesota gamefish resources and the necessity of

The Future of the Muskie Resource and Fishery in the Lower St. Louis River Estuary
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By Adam M. Glickman Since 2009, many of those who fish muskies on the Lower St.

Winter Fish Kills 2014
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By Kenny Lookingbill As I was doing my normal inventory checks in February and ordering supplies

Biohackings: The Art of Angling
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By Cory Allen Angling as we know it today is probably one of the most complex

Asian Carp Misconceptions
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Learning To Fish New Lakes
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By: Andrew Ragas Learning to fish a new, unfamiliar body of water is an intimidating task.

The Perfect Catch
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By John Cunningham The scientific method is a somewhat structured way of solving problems. The interpretation

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