It’s Worth the Wait
By: Marc Drewek
It has always been my passion to travel and hunt as many places for Whitetail deer as possible. While searching the internet in 2000, I came across an outfitter out of Fairfield, Iowa. At that time I had no idea what caliber deer were in that state, I always thought of Iowa as a place to hunt Ring-necked Pheasants. Continue Reading →
Hard Work Leads To Success!
Hunter and his family after their successful hunt.
Check out the video of his hunt below! Continue Reading →
THE GAME OF INCHES
By: Patrick Kalmerton
How many times have you heard the words “IF ONLY” or “A FEW MORE INCHES” come from the disgruntled sighs of a hunting companion? If only the buck would have… If only I would have… If only the wind wouldn’t have… The frustration continues, but there’s more to take away from these missed opportunities. Continue Reading →
A Hunt To Remember!
By: Joe Jankowski
I slow my breath and concentrate so intensely as to see the individual hairs behind the shoulder of the animal. My crosshairs settling in as I hold…one more easy exhale…The unknowing squirrel scurries across the branch and launches itself to the next oak. I slowly hang my rifle back onto the holder and I ease myself back down onto the seat of my stand and finish the last couple bites of my lunch. Continue Reading →
A Deer Camp Runs Through It
By: Chad Cason
It is Thanksgiving Morning, in the middle of Wisconsin’s nine-day gun deer season, and I am sitting in a two-seater tree stand with my twelve year-old son, Zach. It is four degrees above zero. It is snowing and there is a stiff twenty mile per hour wind blowing out of the northeast. Factoring in the wind chill, the temperature is minus…………well, too freaking cold to be sitting in a tree stand. Still, there is no place I would rather be right now. Continue Reading →
Potential Wisconsin State-Record Non-Typical Buck Shot
Whale Tales Archery posted this photo of a potential Wisconsin State-record Buck taken by a bow hunter
A Wisconsin bowhunter recently shot what could be the next potential Wisconsin State Record Non-Typical buck. Whale Tales Archery’s website posted a photo on their website with the caption, “Potential New Wisconsin State Non-Typical Archery Record. Congrats Jim!” Continue Reading →
Early Season Bow Hunting Tips
The Key to Early Season Bow Hunting Success Is to Find Water
Bow seasons are upon us and all across the United States and Canada hunters are out in tree stands, in box blinds and stalking through rough terrain to kill big bucks. Continue Reading →
How to Set Summer Scouting Camera Sets
Scout better with these scouting camera tips
Deer season is fast approaching and if you haven’t already pinned down those bucks that you’re after, I’m sure that you’ve put out cameras for them. Trail or scouting cameras have made scouting easier and quicker than ever before, but they’ve also let hunters become lazy and can blow your season. Big bucks don’t tolerate pressure, so make sure that you set your cameras the right way so that you don’t bust your season. Continue Reading →