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  • Wisconsin Bow Hunter Bags Record Buck

    Last Updated: 12/1/2008

    Wisconsin bow-hunter Bob Decker shot a potential world-record buck in Buffalo County this fall. Find more details and locations here!

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  • Diving Into the Dells

    Last Updated: 7/30/2008

    Join the Diaz family on their first trip to Wisconsin Dells. Find out what they loved about the experience, and what they'll do differently the next time they visit!

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  • Playing in the Dirt and Tending to Rock Gardens

    Last Updated: 6/17/2008

    Our friends at FatTireGuides.com give you an exclusive scoop on a Wisconsin single track six-pack. Be sure to check out their site for additional trail videos, photos, maps and more.

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  • Pack Some Purpose: Traveling Green with Kids

    Last Updated: 6/12/2008

    As a national leader in the green travel movement, Wisconsin offers lots of ways to blend memorable travel with environmental learning opportunities for your family.

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  • The Trail Ahead

    Last Updated: 4/30/2008

    They’re called “ultras,” trail runners who tackle the Ice Age 50, the Kettle Moraine 100 and the Glacial 50 – long-distance races that wind through the state. For the runners, it’s about connections, spirituality and the unending beauty of Wisconsin’s tra

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  • Steelhead Fishing Primer

    Last Updated: 3/11/2008

    Steelhead are one of the most exciting of Wisconsin's game fish, and springtime means a rare opportunity to tie into one of these bruisers from shore.

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  • Track Down A Crowning Treasure

    Last Updated: 2/29/2008

    Try hunting for shed deer antlers this spring! It's one of the best times to find these prizes of the woods, as well as a great way to enjoy the forest. Get instructions and insider tips from an experienced pro in this article.

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  • Stage Magic

    Last Updated: 11/15/2007

    A visit to Ten Chimneys, the historic Genesee Depot estate of Broadway greats Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, will send you away feeling like a guest of the Lunts in the mid-1900s rather than a 21st-century tourist.

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  • These Sleds Are Made for Fun

    Last Updated: 11/15/2007

    In other parts of the world, a foot of snow dumped overnight and 40-below wind chill are sound reasons to pull the shades, crank up the heat, and turn on the television. But to some, snow is a precious natural resource because it means one thing: snowmobiling.

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  • Hitch A Ride

    Last Updated: 11/15/2007

    Love dogs? Love skiing? Try skijoring, a blend of cross-country skiing and dog sledding believed to have been created by enterprising Scandinavians who hitched their skis first to horses as a means of faster transport.

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