Top 10 MorningMoss Articles of 2014

Top 10 MorningMoss Articles of 2014


2014 is quickly coming to a close and all of us at MorningMoss want to wish you a happy new year. It’s been a fun and exciting year, filled with great opportunities and great success. We want to thank you all for joining us on the ride and checking out the site. We thought we’d wrap up 2014 with our top 10 MorningMoss articles of 2014 that got the most reads. Have a fun and safe night everyone and we’ll see you in 2015!

Portage WI Wolf

This large gray wolf was hit by a car in Portage, Wisconsin. This is pretty uncommon and shows that wolves are moving further South in Wisconsin.

Wolf Hit By Car in Portage Wisconsin– This news article was about a wolf that was hit by a vehicle in a small South Central Wisconsin town. The news was big since it’s not very common to see wolves in this area.

Adam Hupf Buck

This 13 point, 191 6/8 inch typical buck shot by Adam Hupf is the new Wisconsin Archery Typical Record.

Potential Wisconsin State Record Buck Shot– This story was about Adam Hupf’s buck when it was originally shot and that it had the potential to be the next typical state record archery buck in Wisconsin.

Haunted Trail Cam

This scary little girl obviously isn’t bothering the buck in this photo

10 Scary Trail Cam Photos– This fun picture gallery showed 10 trail camera photos that were quite spooky at a time when many hunters were hitting the woods during the bow hunting season.

best days to hunt rut

MorningMoss guide on the best days to hunt the rut in 2014

Best Days to Hunt the Rut 2014 This article showed hunters the best times to hunt the 2014 whitetail rut in most of the midwest. We heard from many hunters on this article and discussed moon times as well as the timing of the breeding phase.

Giant Iowa Mass Buck

This giant Iowa buck was shot in the early muzzleloader season in 2014 and could be the largest buck shot on camera.

Giant Iowa Buck Killed– The giant buck in this story was the one that was filmed by Trophy Pursuit in Iowa and was the largest buck ever killed by fair chase on video.

244 inch iowa buck

Kyle Falck arrowed this giant 244 inch, 23 point monster on Monday, November 10, 2014. Photo by Tyler Rinken Photography

Kyle Falck 244 Inch Iowa Buck– Kyle Falck shot this monster Iowa buck during bow season after seeing it only days before while setting up a tree stand. This story has some of the nicest kill photos that I’ve ever seen.

Giant MN Velvet Bow Buck 2014

This possible state record Minnesota archery buck was shot in September 2014 near Winona, MN

Huge Minnesota Velvet Archery Buck Shot– One of the first big bucks to drop in 2014, this Minnesota monster was an absolute giant with tons of points and the velvet still hanging on to the antlers.

Dodge County WI buck

Holly Sharpee shot this big 11 pointer in Dodge County Wisconsin during the 2014 WI Gun hunt

Dodge County Monster User Submission– This buck was shot by my friend’s fiancĂ© and it was a great first buck. The deer scored 146 inches and was shot in Dodge County, WI.

WI archery Typical Record

Adam Hupf’s giant typical buck was named the new Wisconsin Typical archery record.

New Wisconsin Typical Archery Record Buck No surprise here that it was big news when Adam Hupf’s Wisconsin monster was named the new state record typical buck for archery. People followed along with us for this story and we all congratulated Adam.

Mathews NO CAM HTR Review

The revolutionary Mathews NO CAM HTR is a bow with no cams and is one of the smoothest drawing bows ever shot.

Mathews NO CAM HTR Review– The newest, revolutionary bow from Mathews Inc. was big news in the bow hunting community and we were fortunate enough to be able to try one out and let everyone know how it shoots.


Thanks Everyone for an amazing year. We’re looking forward to bringing you the best content you can find for hunting, fishing and the great outdoors. Happy new year!


PJ Cashman

PJ is the co-founder of and is an avid hunter and lover of all things outdoors.

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