Archive for September 2016

Wild Barb Carey and Gary N-Ski on the Niagara River

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This is a little snippet from a new Illinois Outdoors TV Show where Wild Barb and Gary talk about the Niagara River while visiting the Falls. You’ll also see a couple of the fish caught by Don Dziedzina when he fished the Niagara River out of Lewiston New York. The entire show will air on... Read more »

New York’s Chautauqua County a Sportsman Paradise

New York’s Chautauqua County a Sportsman Paradise
Earlier this month the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers (AGLOW)held the annual conference near Lake Chautaqua in New York.  I was unable to attend this year.  Sadly, I missed it.  And what hurt even more was that I’ve heard that it was one of the best conferences ever. Brandon Butler, Vice President of AGLOW... Read more »

Outdoors News and Reports, September 27

Outdoors News and Reports, September 27
If you have any fishing or hunting reports,  or photos to share, please send them to iloutdoors@comcast.net Photos are at the end of this blog. Wildcat Lake Muskies from Sandy Ferron Hi Don…..  Here are the photos that you asked me to send you.  Let me know if you make me rich and famous…. lol... Read more »
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Great Smallmouth Fishing below Niagara Falls

Great Smallmouth Fishing below Niagara Falls
My wife and I have been to Niagara Falls a few times before.   They are one of the 7 Wonders of the World and you’ll understand why when you see them. Located on the New York/Canada border near Lewiston, New York, the Lower Niagara River brings more to those who enjoy the outdoors.  The... Read more »

Outdoor News and Reports September 7, 2016

Outdoor News and Reports   September 7, 2016
If you have  any outdoor news, reports or photos you’d like to share, please send to iloutdoors@comcast.net. OUTDOOR NEWS   (Photos are at the end of this blog) Chicago River Report by Capt. Pat Harrison Surface temps in the mid to lower 70’s and the fish are moving a bit. We caught Bass on jigs and... Read more »