WISCONSIN DELLS — The dark, languid river rolls past, its surface splashed with the light of a rising moon. Towering sandstone cliffs rise on both sides, marked only by pine and oak trees.

ON THE BRUNSWEILER RIVER — The ancient green-painted pontoon boat chugged along in stately fashion Saturday afternoon, despite the weight of over a dozen passengers.

WISCONSIN DELLS — The dark, languid river rolls past, its surface splashed with the light of a rising moon. Towering sandstone cliffs rise on both sides, marked only by pine and oak trees.

ON THE BRUNSWEILER RIVER — The ancient green-painted pontoon boat chugged along in stately fashion Saturday afternoon, despite the weight of over a dozen passengers.

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FABIUS TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Sitting quietly in the north woods, listening to every rustle and snap while scanning ahead for signs of movement, Steve Jacobs of St. Joseph County’s Fabius Township practices the hunting skills that have been successful for him time and time again.

There was a two for one special on trophy fish going on in a lake up north in Flambeau country last weekend. But Jane Deinhammer, a secretary with the Chippewa Falls School District, is probably the only one who got to take advantage of it.

FABIUS TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Sitting quietly in the north woods, listening to every rustle and snap while scanning ahead for signs of movement, Steve Jacobs of St. Joseph County’s Fabius Township practices the hunting skills that have been successful for him time and time again.

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