Light from a Long Time Ago

It’s well after midnight and I’m again reminded of one of the primary reasons I enjoy the outdoors: perspective. Last night I was camped out...

National Hunting and Fishing Day: Celebrating Indiana’s Sportsmen and Women

Story provided by guest correspondant Representative Terry Goodin Saturday, September 22 is our nation’s 46th annual National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHFD). As co-chair of...

Breaking News: GUNS Magazine Signs Brent Wheat As New Editor

Editor note: WildIndiana Publisher Brent T. Wheat is wearing a new hat! For the foreseeable future, much to the dismay of grammar teachers everywhere,...

Kids Reel in 332 Fish at Annual Moose Carden Tourney

The weather was stunning as last Saturday morning’s darkness gave up its grasp to the rising eastern sun. But it was no match for...

Martino Talks Indiana’s New Purple Paint Law

We’ve all seen them. Signs that read “No Trespassing," "No Hunting," or "Keep Out.” However, beginning July 1 these could become a thing of...

Bramwell: Take a Kid Fishing

Most folks start their children fishing with brightly colored Mickey Mouse or Barbie spin-cast outfits, eventually progressing to a Zebco 33 on a cheap...
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Indiana’s New Purple Paint Law Helps Stop Trespassers

If you see purple in the woods, it’s not the work of obsessive-compulsive vandals but a warning: Stay out! That’s because Indiana’s new purple...
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Bass, Raspberries and Beagles

Up before dawn, I was, Monday morning. Falling barometer and rain moving in might be the perfect storm to catch a big bass I...

An Ounce of Prevention Worth a Pound of Cure

Greg Fouts has been an avid outdoorsman since childhood. In all honesty, it’s the fabric from which his life is woven. At age 64 there...

Chipmunk Wars: Battle Is On Again!

The battle is on again. Reconnaissance has become an hourly vigil, elaborate traps are lying in wait and shots have been fired. Unfortunately, the...