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  • It’s Snowmobile Derby time in Eagle River!
  • Ice Fishing heating up in Ashland, Wisconsin.
  • Father/son winter grouse hunt.

  • Dan gets ready for the winter sports show season.
  • Jeff ice fishes on Fox Lake.
Results for POLL s501

Should cougars remain protected in Wisconsin?

YES  43% NO 57 % |  MAYBE  0%  |  UNDECIDED  0%

IMPRESSIONS:  378   |   RESPONSES: 7   |   COMMENTS: 1

POLL s502

Would you keep, and eat, largemouths 12 inches or shorter?

The DNR is considering offering more liberal bass regulations in some areas where bass are out-competing walleyes.

LEAVE A COMMENT and you’ll be entered in the drawing for a ZipVac portable vacuum sealer starter kit, complete with a rechargeable pump, a hand-operated pump and reusable, resealable storage bags.

DICK DECKER

of the Amsoil World Championship Snowmobile Derby in Eagle River, Wisconsin, previews the events of this weekend and next at the track.

CAPT. JIM HUDSON

of Hudson’s On The Spot Guide Service, and Founder of Lrn2Fish, Ice Fishing Schools, in Bayfield, Wisconsin, reports on ice-fishing action in the Ashland area and on Lake Superior’s Chequamegon Bay.

JEFF KAHLOW

proprietor of Big Guy Hats, in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, shares the story of his New Year’s Eve grouse hunt with his sons Austin (10) and Andrew (8).

Recent snowmobile fatalities prompt safety reminder

MADISON – Heavy snowfall in many parts of Wisconsin have lured many residents and visitors to the open, snowmobile trails, with the vast majority returning home safely. Sadly, three snowmobilers were killed in separate incidents over the weekend.

* On December 18, at 10:25 p.m. in Oconto County, a 31 year old, male from Wisconsin was riding fourth in a group of snowmobiles when he failed to negotiate a curve on the snowmobile road route and collided with a tree. The group had reportedly just left an area tavern. Speed and alcohol appear to be contributing factors.

* On December 19, at 1:35 a.m. in Oneida County, a 20 year old, female from Illinois was following another snowmobiler when she failed to follow the snowmobile road route, striking a house. The victim had reportedly just left an area tavern. Speed and alcohol appear to be contributing factors.

* On December 19, at 6:24 p.m. in Crawford County, a 41 year old, male from Iowa was operating down a town road at a high rate of speed when he approached an intersection with a state highway. The victim braked hard causing the victim to eject from the snowmobile and land on the state highway where he was struck by a motor vehicle. Speed appears to be a contributing factor.

During the 2008-09 season, Wisconsin experienced 23 snowmobile fatalities; the main contributing factors involved in 70 percent of those fatalities were speed, alcohol and nighttime operation or over-riding your headlights.

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