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Indiana’s Thanksgiving-themed locales

Tomorrow is Thanksgsiving, so I thought I might highlight a few of Indiana’s Thanksgiving-themed locales. If you think of some that I missed, please chime in with a comment. Plymouth, Indiana Our state is a little too far west to Read more >

Hunting & trapping this fall and winter?

NOW AVAILABLE: The 2009-2010 Indiana Hunting & Trapping Guide Hunting Season Schedule Squirrel (gray and fox) – Aug. 15 – Jan. 31, 2010 Ruffed Grouse – Oct. 1 – Dec. 31, 2009 Rabbit – Oct. 1 – Feb 15, 2010 Read more >

Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge

Cypress Sunset in Indiana (Muscatatuck NWR) by Bernie Kasper Located just minutes east of Seymour, Muscatatuck National Wildlife Reserve (map) is a beautiful place to get away. Whether you love to fish, hunt, hike or just enjoy some wildlife-viewing, Muscatatuck Read more >

Don’t let this one get away!

This weekend, June 6-7, is Free Fishing Weekend in Indiana. That means adults do not need a license to fish in Indiana public waters for this weekend only. (Kids under 17 never need a fishing license.) In celebration of Free Read more >

A Floating Cabin on Patoka Lake

As a long-time fisherman, I always judge a lake on two things: fishability and scenery. I’ve fished in a number of different lakes around the state, and they all look the same: lots of water and lots of houses. My Read more >

24 state parks for one low price

Have concerns about the economy put a damper on your summer vacation plans? Purchase an Indiana State Parks annual pass and gain access to 24 state parks and endless adventures. The pass is $36 for Indiana residents, $46 for out-of-state Read more >