Shed Antler Photo Contest
To enter the shed antler photo contest send your photos to PJ@morningmoss.com and share on social media to win great prizes!
Winter can be a drag, but with spring just around the corner, we know that all of you hunters are ready to get outside and start scouring the woods, fields, marshes and hills for shed antlers! We want to see your pictures and hear your stories from the shed antlers you find and that’s why we’re having a contest (with prizes) for the best photos, stories and biggest antlers. Continue Reading
Backyard Buck Shed User Submission
Cora was able to find this big buck shed while walking around in her grandparent’s backyard.
Cora was one lucky girl last week when she found this big buck shed antler in Wisconsin while walking in her grandparent’s backyard. The big eight pointer was a frequent visitor to the yard all fall and made it’s winter home around there as well, and luckily, Cora was able to find one of his antlers! Continue Reading
Friday Morning Trail Mix 2-27
Have a great weekend and be sure to send in your shed antler pictures to enter our shed antler photo contest!
Big Wisconsin Shed Find- User Submission
These Wisconsin shed antlers were found by Kyle Jansma and a friend on a 12 mile walk looking for deer antlers.
After walking 12 miles in the frigid Wisconsin weather, Kyle was able to come out with some bone in his hands. The two hour walked turned up four shed antlers and boy, were they beauties. Keep scrolling and click through to see more photos! Continue Reading
Thursday Morning Trail Mix 2-26
Like what you see on the Trail Mix and want to be a part of it? Send in your shed antler photos and we’ll post them and you can win cool prizes.
The Bug-A-Salt is a salt powered fly gun that will kill insects without leaving a mess.
You’d think it was just a toy, until you learn to harness the full power of this animal with just a pinch of table salt. At that point, you’ll realize that the Bug-A-Salt is no child’s play to flies. Continue Reading
“The Dragon Fly” A Unique Fly Fishing Fly
Learn how to tie and where to buy a dragon fly fly fishing tie with this article from Travis Schuh.
I first developed this fly last winter. The idea came to me after watching numerous dragon flies landing in the water during the bluegill spawn. Fish seem aggressively drawn to the dragon fly, so I figured that creating a replica would be an easy way to fill my livewell. The components of this fly are actually quite simple, and with some patience and careful knots, you can achieve a near-perfect match to the real bug. Continue Reading
Wednesday Morning Trail Mix 2-25
Be sure to send in your photos for the Shed Antler Photo Contest to win some cool prizes!
Lunker Fish for a Little Guy- User Submission
This northern pike is nearly as big as the young man pictured next to it!
Jameson got an eyeful when he woke up from his nap last weekend. His dad had brought in a big northern pike and the little guy was really excited for it. As you can see from the photo, the fish was nearly as big as he was! Continue Reading
Tuesday Morning Trail Mix 2-24
Be sure to send in your ice fishing and shed antler photos that you’ve managed to get so far
HHA Optimizer Lite Ultra Sight Review
The HHA Optimizer Lite Ultra Sight Review shows that this affordable sight is truly the best single pin on the market.
A great bow sight is about more than just how good it looks on the bow. It has to have a good weight distribution, be bright enough to see the pins, be easy to set up, easily adjusts in the field and of course, be accurate. Luckily for us, we found one that is able to possess all of these qualities and then some in the HHA Optimizer Lite Ultra second generation bow sight. Continue Reading