What's there to do in the great outdoors? Here we've got a bevy of local outdoor activities and destinations to explore.
Koocanusa derby announces winning anglers
The winners of the 21st annual fishing derby, which was held May 20-21 at Koocanusa Resort and Marina, display t...
Plue, Blackstone nab derby honors
Scott Plue nabbed an 18.75-pound, 36-inch Mackinaw to claim the top spot on the derby's final day; and, on the rainbow side of the Lake Pend Oreille Idaho Cl...
Pair continue to top LPOIC derby
Mike Blackstone and Jeffrey Garcia continue to top the leaderboard in Lake Pend Oreille Idaho Club's spring derby as of Friday night. Blackstone caught a 19...
Public input sought on proposed OSV project
The Idaho Panhandle National Forests held a virtual town hall Wednesday evening for its proposed action to designate over snow vehicle (OSV) routes in the no...
Annual walleye netting set to start soon
This spring marks the sixth year of netting operations on the lake by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game to help keep the walleye population under control...
ITA course teaches backpacking basics
Idaho Trails Association will host a free, three-hour class on April 13 from 6-9 p.m. about backpacking for beginners and seasoned hikers alike.
IDFG: Winter survival of mule deer fawns, elk calves down slightly
Statewide winter survival for mule deer fawns and elk calves fitted with tracking collars has shown to be slightly lower through the end of February.
Trout Unlimited chapter to meet Wednesday
The Panhandle Chapter of Trout Unlimited invites anglers to join them in welcoming Carson Watkins as the Panhandle regional supervisor for Idaho Department o...
2022 hooked plenty of fish stories
Here are the top state record-setting fish stories from this year
Winter ecology program announced
Area residents are invited to share a winter day studying the interactions of area wildlife with their environment.
The birds and the seeds
Turn your backyard into a bird B&B with these helpful wintertime bird-feeding tips from the Idaho Department of Fish & Game.
IDFG has a plan for big game emergencies
People aren’t the only ones who can find it a bit of a struggle when a heavy winter storm rolls through Idaho. Our state’s wildlife, specifically deer, elk a...
Don't wait to buy your 2023 hunting/fishing licenses
A lot of hunters and anglers see the cold, bitter months of January and February as the so-called “off-season.” It’s easy to see why — you step foot outside ...
Limited number of nonresident white-tailed deer tags to go on sale
Nonresident "regular" deer sold out for 2023, up to 1,500 nonresident white-tailed deer-only tags will go on sale at 10 a.m. MST on Jan. 12 online at Gooutdo...
FSPW opens guided winter hikes season
Winter in the Scotchman Peaks area means a return of snow — lots of snow. And the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness is ready to take advantage of it.