Record Harvest – Black Bear
By: Mike Alaimo
The days are growing shorter and nature is in high gear preparing for winter. It is the time of year that gets my blood racing with thoughts of the next hunt. Hours of preparation, scouting and practice all come together to create the perfect hunt. As waterfowlers, there is no better experience on earth than seeing cupped wings pouring into the decoys. The marsh becomes our second home. Continue Reading
Over the decades, the ancient and controversial sport of hunting has drastically changed, especially in terms of the technology that is used. There are many different gadgets that have come into existence, which improve the success rate of the sport, as well as the safety and overall experience. For example, GPS trackers and units make it easier to make your way around the playing field, while improvements in gun manufacturing increase the accuracy, functionality, and precision of the firearms themselves. You can also use drones and trail cameras to scope out prospective sites and capture video footage and photographs. There are mixed reviews on whether these changes in technology are for the good, but no matter what, technology has influenced hunting and here are 5 examples of how they have changed the sport. Continue Reading
By Andy Mack
It’s time to break out the ice fishing gear and prepare for what should be a great ice fishing season!
While numerous inland lakes are already covered with a few inches of ice, my thoughts turn to ice fishing on the Bay of Green Bay. Part of my pre-season preparation includes deciding on what species to target and when. In recent times, whitefish have been all the rage on the bay. Especially in the northern parts of the bay. But other species like pike, walleye, perch and even smelt are available if you know where to look and when. Continue Reading