Public Land Offers Ample Opportunity For Trophy Deer
By: Pat Kalmerton
The phrase “there is nowhere to hunt” is nonsense – yet it rings out all over the United States from hunters of all ages and genders. Investing time to research and discover public areas to pursue hunting adventures yields pleasant surprises! There are acres of opportunities that lie behind open gates. Continue Reading
Countdown Until Bow Season
T-Minus 11 days until bow season opens in Wisconsin! Get out and make sure you are ready to take a whitetail like these this fall!
Top 5 Typical Whitetail Bucks in Wisconsin
Top 5 Typical Bucks of Wisconsin
Wisconsin is known for big bucks and the number of Boone and Crockett bucks taken in the state every year and in the past proves it. In the Midwest, Iowa is the hot destination right now, but there is no other state that compares to the Badger state in terms of big bucks shot and found. Don’t miss out on this list of the Top 5 Typical Whitetail Bucks in Wisconsin. Remember this list is an all-inclusive of kills and finds. We’ll be doing more on archery, gun and other categories soon.
What Affects the Timing of Deer Antlers Shedding?
Many Factors Affect the Timing of Deer Antlers Shedding
In our last post on shed hunting, we discussed several factors on when you should start shed hunting and as you can see, there are many variables to that. After you figure out your area and when you need to get out to find sheds, it’s also a good idea to figure out what is most important to finding shed antlers, what affects the timing of antler drop? This debate has gone on for a long time, but there are proven factors that determine when bucks shed their antlers in the spring. Continue Reading
Lowest Harvest Rate of Yearling Bucks Ever in the U.S.
2012-2013 was the year that had the Lowest Harvest Rate of Yearling Bucks Ever
People like to shoot big bucks, but it’s really only been until recently that many hunters have started passing up any sort of antler and waiting for a bigger one. Luckily for those of us who like to let the little ones grow, more people are doing so. Continue Reading
When Should I Start Shed Hunting?
When Should You Start Looking for Shed Antlers?
It’s about that time. The time of year when you can’t stand to be inside any more and need to get outside and do something. I know most hunters and outdoorsman have the itch and the shed season for white tails and elk is underway. Continue Reading
Potential Kansas State Record Archery Buck Shot
Mark Alexander’s Giant Kansas Buck is a potential state record photo courtesy of OutdoorLife
Once in a while, the biggest buck of your dreams walks by and sometimes, you even get to kill it. Even less a state record comes strolling by, in a state that you don’t even live in. Mark Alexander (53) of Louisiana got so lucky on a recent trip to Kansas to hunt with Red Dog Outfitters for his second year in a row. He took his son and his son’s friend to hunt with Owner, Tim Clark. Continue Reading
Wisconsin Bow Season Begins September 14, 2013
September 14 is the day of the 2013 Bow Opening day in WI
The White-tailed deer bow season is one of the best times of the year to kill a big buck and since many people are looking forward to it, we wanted to make sure you all knew when the Wisconsin Bow opener was for this year. Continue Reading
Trophy Ridge Whisker Biscuit Rest Review
Hunters and sportsman have been arguing for years about which products are best and what gives you the biggest advantage. From broad-heads to bows, outdoorsman have a tough time agreeing on what is the best equipment to use. Another problem that hunters have is going to “the next big thing”. Whether it’s the newest gadget or gear, many of us have a hard time passing it up. Continue Reading
First Trail Camera Pull of the Year
The First Trail camera pull of the year lets you know hunting season is getting closer
This may be a little late for most of you across the country, and maybe even outside of it, but is there anything better than that first trail camera pull of the year? We all work so hard to make sure that we’ve done our scouting, hanging tree-stands, planting food plots and more all to await hunting season. For me, in Wisconsin, Bow hunting for white-tails begins on September 14 and I put my cameras out the first week in July. I anticipate this time greatly and get very excited for that first camera pull. Continue Reading