Last Minute Tips to Ensure a Better Bow Season

Last Minute Tips to Ensure a Better Bow Season

Last Minute Tips to Ensure a Better Bow Season

Last minute tips to help make your hunting season a success

Archery season is almost here and with it fast approaching, there is plenty to be excited about. The thoughts of being perched high up in a stand with the perfect wind is already giving me the chills and I can’t wait for that crisp fall air to arrive. With that being said we can not get too ahead of ourselves and make a simple mistake that could cost us our season. Continue Reading

Top 10 Biggest Pope and Young Typical Bucks of All Time

Top 10 Biggest Pope and Young Typical Bucks of All Time

Biggest Pope & Young Buck Ever Shot

For many hunters, there is nothing like a perfect typical buck. The symmetry and design of tall, wide antlers that are equal on either side is definitely a sight to behold. It’s really hard to find a giant typical, and even harder to kill one with a bow. The 10 bucks below are the top 10 biggest pope and young typical bucks of all time and their photos and stories are worth checking out. Continue Reading

Albino Buck Sheds Antlers on Video

Albino Buck Sheds Antlers on Video

I’ve always wanted to see a video of or actually SEE a deer shed it’s antlers, but I never have… until now (maybe). This video shows an albino buck in Wisconsin shed it’s antlers “mostly” on video. The video kind of takes out part of the bucks’ head and you can see the shadow of the deer shaking it’s antlers loose. If this is real, this has got to be not only one of the most rare videos of a deer shedding it’s antlers, but also the coolest. Click through to check it out. Continue Reading

A Good Reason Not to Trespass- VIDEO

A Good Reason Not to Trespass- VIDEO

If you’ve ever needed a good reason not to trespass, or a good booby trap idea for problem trespassers, then this is it. Apparently, this 73 year old man had been using this logging road in Pennsylvania for years and had been warned by the landowners not to use it. Well, we don’t think that he’ll do it again, especially after this paint trap soaked him and his gun. If only the trail cam was in color and not black and white… Continue Reading

A Morning Chasing Brookies

Reflections on a Morning Spent Trout Fishing

Trout Fishing

Travis Schuh shares his reflections of a morning that he spent trout fishing in Wisconsin

The alarm goes off before the sun comes up. My body jitters with excitement, yet my hangover screams at me to go back to sleep. I can’t sleep now…the stream is calling. I climb down the bunk and make my way to the car. Within minutes, I am parked on the side of a back country road. I avoid the bridges…they are always overfished. It’s funny, from where I am parked, you couldn’t even tell that the stream exists. I venture my way through the thick bogs and sticks. I am motivated by my passion for finding that legendary fish that is sitting in a hole yet to be found this year. I fall a few times, but I eventually make my way to the water and get in. The sun is just coming up now, and fog hangs over the water like the smoke from the campfire that I was at last night. The only sounds I hear are the doves and the water that I am stirring up. I round the corner and spot the first hole. Patiently, I string the leaf worm onto my tiny, size-12 hook. I breathe in…and I cast. Continue Reading