The Fowled Reality crew battled changeable skies, little wind, and some rain to put down 23 birds in the Illinois south central waterfowl zone. Sunday was highlighted by large flocks of ducks pouring in from the north with the arrival of the latest cold front. Here are some highlights! Stay tuned to http://www.FOWLEDREALITY.com for the full webisode this Spring.
The most important thing for you to know about ice fishing is whether or not the ice is thick enough to support your weight. That little detail can make the difference between pulling bluegills out of a hole in the ice, and somebody fishing you out of the icy water. STORY & COMMENTS
Illinois power plants have been releasing massive amounts of hot water into Illinois lakes and rivers that are already stressed by this summer’s intense heat and drought, a move the industry says is needed to maintain adequate power supplies but environmentalists say poses dangers to aquatic life. STORY & COMMENTS