Can Our Ash Trees Be Saved From Emerald Ash Borer?
By: Lawanda Jungwirth
Last summer, I spent an hour a week walking around in circles on baseball diamonds staring at the ground. People probably thought I was a crazy person. What I was really doing was bio surveillance. No, I wasn’t wearing a hazmat suit or carrying high-tech spy equipment. I needed only my eyes and a pencil and paper to record what I saw. Continue Reading →
Possible Wisconsin Record!
A HUGE bear has been harvested in Wisconsin! Check out this black bear! Larry Smith Outdoors says that it’s 716 pounds and has a 25 inch skull!
Possible New World Record Brown Bear Shot in Alaska
Chris Stewart shot this massive brown bear in Alaska on May 13. The bear is in contention for the world record archery bear. Photos courtesy of Chris Stewart
Friday the 13th may not be the ideal date to be hunting one of the world’s largest predators with a bow, but that’s exactly what Chris Stewart was doing when he was hunting brown bears in the Alaskan Tundra. On May 13, 2016, Chris was hunting with Carl Adams, his guide from Becharof Lodge in Egegik, Alaska. On the fourth day of his 10 day hunt, Chris got to experience two of North America’s greatest predators and he was able to get them both. Continue Reading →
Deer Saved From Plastic Ball Stuck on it’s Head
This deer had gotten a globe light stuck on its head but a New York environmental officer was able to get it off and get the deer out safely.
You’ve heard of a deer getting caught in the headlights before, but have you ever seen one get caught with it’s head in a light? We didn’t think so. Last year we saw an article of a buck with a basketball stuck in his antlers, but this is a whole different story. Continue Reading →
Can You Hunt Yellowstone Grizzly Bears?
The Yellowstone grizzly bear population is being delisted and the three state ecosystem may allow bear hunting in the future.
Will you be able to hunt grizzly bears outside of Yellowstone National Park soon? The answer is possibly. In a surprise announcement from the Federal government recently, grizzly bears could be removed from federal protection after more than 30 years. The three-state yellowstone ecosystem could sanction hunting for the bears to help keep the population in check. Continue Reading →
Massive 16 Pound Largemouth Bass Caught in California
Greg Springer caught this giant 16.3 pound largemouth bass in Lake Wohlford in Escondido, CA in February 2016. Photo via Instagram of Greg Springer
Western and Southern states hold some big bass and Lake Wohlford in Escondido, California is no exception. The lake holds some monster fish including a 19 pound, 3 ounce largemouth as the local record. There are plenty of double digit bass out there as well but this fish is definitely one that hasn’t been seen in recent years. Last Friday, Greg Springer of Vista, CA caught this giant 16.3 pound bass that is the best that the lake has seen in a while. Continue Reading →
Lake Winnebago System 2016 Sturgeon Spearing Results
2016 Lake Winnebago sturgeon spearing results are in for another Wisconsin spearing season.
The 2016 Lake Winnebago system sturgeon spearing results are in now that the season was over and it went down to the wire. This year’s season went the full 16 days, which has not happened very often in recent years. The total harvest was 703 fish, 396 of these being from Lake Winnebago and 307 from the upriver lakes. Continue Reading →
147 Pound Sturgeon Speared on Lake Poygan in Wisconsin
Daniel Bloesl speared this 77 inch, 147.9 pound female sturgeon on Lake Poygan in Wisconsin.
The tradition of sturgeon spearing is here on Lake Winnebago and the Winnebago system in the Fox Valley in Wisconsin. So far, the spearing has been somewhat slow, but some good news came yesterday to one spear fishermen. Daniel Bloesl speared the biggest fish that’s been taken in the past two years on Lake Poygan. Continue Reading →
Top 5 Typical and Non-Typical Bucks in Wisconsin
Here you will find the biggest typical and non-typical bucks shot in Wisconsin
Wisconsin is known for producing some truly monster bucks. Bow hunters and gun hunters alike hold deer hunting in Wisconsin in high esteem. Wisconsin offers a wealth of farmland in the south and forest land in the north of the state, making it ideal for the deer herd. While many other states are implementing antler restrictions, Wisconsin continues defining bucks as, “A deer with at least one antler which is three inches or longer in length.” While this is technically an AR, it is not as stringent as what is seen in other states. Continue Reading →
Rare Black Whitetail Deer Killed in Texas
Brook Bateman shot this black whitetail buck in Texas during the 2015 hunting season.
A hunt that started off like any other ended up being a once in a lifetime experience for Brooke Bateman, 14, of Dallas, Texas. Brooke was not only able to shoot and kill her first buck, but she was able to do it on one of the rarest whitetails there are, a black one. Continue Reading →