5 tips to make you a better bow hunter
These 5 tips will help improve your skills and make you a better bow hunter
Each deer season, a lot of people take off work, put off social events and change their entire lives for a few weeks so they can go deer hunting. Sadly, many of these people return home with nothing to show for their time except stories and excuses. Many of which get changed from the real facts. You should have fun and learn through hunting. The following are 5 Tips To Make You A Better Bow Hunter: Continue Reading →
Monster Buck Shot in Waupaca County- User Submission
Gary Christian shot this buck in Waupaca County, Wisconsin on October 21, 2016. It scored 177 5/8 inches.
Gary Christian set off on a late October hunt looking for a buck and he got to encounter two nice ones, but only one stayed in the woods. On October 21, Gary set off with his video camera and bow and was able to grunt in this monster buck. It was accompanied by a large 10 pointer as well, but Gary picked out the bigger one and took a shot. Continue Reading →
Halloween Morning Trail Mix
You better be in a bow stand today…
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On The Track
By: Joe Sibley
Want a sure way to harvest a mature whitetail buck this year? Track one down by using a technique that I’ve been perfecting over the past 14 years. While I can’t promise the harvesting part, I can promise that if you find the track of a mature buck and follow it, you will be in for an exciting and rewarding adventure. I continue working on my techniques because tracking is a process that is learned over a lifetime not a weekend. Being able to walk quietly, read sign and shoot quickly and accurately under pressure are a must for success. Continue Reading →
ACME HYPERGLIDE REVIEW
Anglers, this is the perfect bait to become more successful when fishing this fall and winter! The Acme Hyperglide will be the perfect tool for catching trophy fish! Check this bait out today!
By: Tony Blando
My parents live in a nice house on a stunning piece of property situated along the Bark River in Delafield. There is much to love about this abode and the several acres it sits on. The outside has a beautiful river for grandkids to frolic and fish on hot summer days. The inside boasts a large recreation and trophy room with ample space for family gatherings, a bar with a keg on tap and a pool table. I know what you’re thinking: Why would anyone ever leave?
In addition to countless fish, the “trophy” room includes a dozen deer shoulder mounts and more than 50 mounted racks, some of them two or three to a single plaque. That ought to give you an idea of just how “massive” some of those bucks were.
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The End of October is Here and So are the Hunting Pictures
We’re almost to November and that means that the bucks are about to go crazy, more ducks are coming down and the outdoors activities are plentiful. Get out there and enjoy it.
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Slumberjack Hone Day Pack Review
The Slumberjack Hone day pack is an essential tool for bow hunting and gun hunting day trips.
Hunters and outdoor lovers find themselves carrying all kinds of gear. Now, whether it’s necessary or not is beside the point, but it’s nice to have a place to put it. A quality day pack like the Slumberjack Hone Day Pack is a great tool for carrying your hunting gear on a bow hunt, shed hunting in the mountains, or just having some storage for an all day hike. You can ever fit a quarter of an animal in this thing! The Slumberjack Hone Day Pack review shows all the features and options this back pack can give to you. Continue Reading →
High-Tech Accessories to Help Make Your Next Fishing Trip a Success
New technology for fishermen can be both a good and a bad thing.
Russian fisherman Semyon Konev made international news earlier this month when he caught a fish with a drone less than a minute after making his first attempt. After hearing about the technique online, Konev went to a local reservoir, attached a bait line to the powerful drone for fishing, spotted a school of fish and flew the drone over the water. Within 30 seconds, the float dipped into the water; Konev then flew the drone upwards to pull in his catch. While drone fishing remains controversial for the advantage it gives anglers, it serves to illustrate how high-tech fishing has become. Here are a few other high-tech fishing gadgets. Continue Reading →
White-tailed Deer Utilizes Keen Senses To Survive During Hunting Season
PUBLISHED: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28 AT 4:30 AM Watertown Daily Times
White-tailed deer, especially mature ones, have a knack for evading hunters. While some hunters attribute this elusive ability to the animal’s sixth sense, the reality is that the whitetail’s keen senses account for the animal’s woodland wizardry.
Today’s column takes a closer look at these sensory abilities that allow deer to elude hunters during the hunting season and to elude other predators and dangers throughout the year. Continue Reading →