A 71-year-old West Chester, Pennsylvania, woman was injured Wednesday at Storm Point on Yellowstone Lake.
If recent fishing reports are factual, fishermen who have been comping up empty handed in recent excursions had best examine their manner or method as the bite in the region is reportedly on fire.
A hiker was life-flighted from northwestern Wyoming on Monday after being mauled by a grizzly bear.
Early summer typically offers up some of the best fishing in the region, and with the extremely hot weather of the past week at least temporarily abating and temperatures settling into pleasant territory, the coming days hold the promise of some excellent angling opportunities in area lakes …
Fortunately, wind velocities have dropped off a bit, and with that, fishing activity in the area — both angler and object of attention — have responded favorably with limits of walleye commonplace in the larger prairie lakes and trout, and other species feeding hungrily in Black Hills lakes …
The inconsistent weather that has plagued the Black Hills area recently is predicted to give way to a stretch of pleasant temperatures and sunny skies heading into the weekend and through next week. And, from a fishing perspective, the balmy weather should allow water temps in area lakes to …
Trout of all types have been showing up in Black Hills lakes as well as streams where water flows are excellent at present
Following a 90-degree day on Friday, a spell of cool, rainy weather will move into the Black Hills area and linger for four or five days
A brief cool spell predicted for the weekend may slow down fishing activity for a bit, though the bite has been generally favorable through the Black Hills area with some walleye activity reported in the larger prairie lakes and a continuation of trout and other species action elsewhere.
Warming temps and completion of spring spawn has contributed to improving fishing activity in the more expansive Black Hills area lakes. And allowed for better access and more trout fishing opportunities in high country waters, particularly in areas streams where water levels are leveling ou…
An improving weather forecast for the next week should lead to better fishing prospects throughout the area as settled conditions allow spring spawns to play out in a somewhat predictable fashion.
A wit once said: “Fishing: the art of jigging, casting, trolling or spinning while freezing, sweating, swatting or swearing.”
Looking to do some fishing? Best check the weather forecast, particularly the wind, to ascertain whether the wind is currently building toward gale-force levels, or is already there.
On Saturday, April 16 begins National Park Week. The National Parks Service will be offering free admission to the national parks as an effort to encourage people to visit the parks.
The old adage about the more things change the more they stay the same certainly applies to area weather conditions. Hours pass, as do day and nights, but high winds remain a constant, an everyday irritant for those who must brave the elements.
The Rapid City area fishing community suffered an unfortunate blow on Wednesday as The Rooster, a local live bait and hunting and fishing equipment store, was ravaged by fire in the early morning hours. The severity of the damage is as yet undetermined though a lengthy closure may result.
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Periods of snow coupled with the seemingly ever-present winds have hampered fishing activity the past week or so. Fortunately, a reprieve in both areas is forecast for the weekend, and may help to spur angler interest as area lakes are generally open though partial ice may remain particularl…
Facilitated by warming temps and high winds, the ice fishing season is quickly moving into rear mirror status and boat fishermen are taking to the waters throughout the Black Hills area. As of mid-week, only Deerfield has ice considered safe—and edges can be iffy there as well—as though othe…
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Young people from across South Dakota will show off their archery skills at the 13th annual National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) State Tournament.
Though ice fishing opportunities still exist in the high country, the days of hard water angling are melting away as quickly as the ice underfoot.
Ice fishing aficionados had best keep an ear peeled for the sound of the bell tolling as the end of ice fishing season may be fast approaching. Or certainly will be in many areas next week with temps in the Black Hills area expected to climb into the mid-50’s for a week or so.
Fishing prospects throughout the area remain much like the weather: periods of good, spells of not so good, and stretches of a whole lot of in-between.
In the sport of fishing, change is often a constant. Weather changes, and often with it, fish that were biting one day, are fasting the next.
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Area weather patterns--snow on Wednesday, 57-degree temps over the weekend, and much colder temps thereafter—are mirrored in area fishing prospects as well with good ice and typically steady bites in upper elevation lakes and iffy ice and non-existent fishing conditions on the plains.
A request for $2.5 million in state funding for a state-owned gun and archery range north of Rapid City in Meade County gained new life in a state Senate committee Thursday after a House committee killed a similar request earlier in the Legislative session.