First Cast Hits Multiple Jackpots
If you believe the elusive muskellunge truly are the fish of 10,000 casts, then Pewaukee Lake angler Pat Guarnaccio cheated the fishing gods by 9,999. While fishing the May 4 opener of the inland game fish season this past Saturday, he accomplished the unthinkable; he caught a large muskie on his very first cast.
Minnesota & Wisconsin: Natural Abundance in the Upper Midwest
From big cities to tiny villages and far-flung hideaway retreat spots, meeting destinations in the states of Minnesota and Wisconsin prove that the Upper Midwest is a simply marvelous place to hold association gatherings.
Wisconsin Fish Fries: Friday Favorites
Fish Fries are a staple in Wisconsin’s food culture (right along with curds and beer brats). No matter what time of year, foodies flock to taverns, supper clubs and VFW halls to get their fix.
Milwaukee Area: Wisconsin’s Star Metro is Rising to New Heights
The city’s founders and early pioneers would be dazzled-but perhaps not surprised-by the energy of Milwaukee’s transformation today. “Brew City” is becoming “New City” in a number of exciting and dynamic ways, and for conventioneers and other groups, this means cultural, culinary, heritage and other engagements like never before. Enhanced by the growing appeal of suburban neighbors Brookfield and the jointly marketed communities of Waukesha and Pewaukee, it looks like Milwaukee’s best is only getting better.