8 Bowhunting Tips That Will Make You A Better Deer Hunter
These tips will help make you a better bow hunter
Are you ready to try your hand at deer hunting with a bow? In my opinion, this is one of the most challenging, yet personally rewarding experiences that any hunter can have. Catching a whitetail from close range is a testament to your patience, stealth and skill. It takes a truly committed hunter to master the art of archery and once you do, there will be absolutely nothing you can’t do. This is a primal, perfect way of landing your prey and it will make you more adept in all other forms of hunting. Following are a few tips to help you. Continue Reading
Introducing our outdoor legacy
By: Jack Tucker
A first impression, like regretful acts and angry words spoken, cannot be taken back or changed. It cannot be amended, colorized in a better light, or softened to make it easier to be absorbed. It is what it is which is, even more true for our very young children compared to the older ones who have a little bit of life’s experience to temper an initial blast of something new to their senses. Young children, although unaware of this, rely on their parents for guidance on how to react to something new and if that first chance to shape an attitude is missed, then the opportunity can be lost forever; there is only one ‘first time.’ Continue Reading
Battle On Bago On Foot!
By: Kyle Sorensen
When you get a chance at over $275k in prizes, including two trucks and two boats, just for catching a fish… well, that’s what you call an ice fishing tournament! With the offerings and festivities so great, people come from all over to take part in the Battle on Bago. It’s an awesome time. Chances are if you are reading this, you have probably heard of it, much more likely fished in it. It’s a blast. Continue Reading
Reasons to Hire a Guide on Your Next Steelhead Fishing Vacation
Hiring a guide for your fishing trip can lead to a lot more success.
Steelhead anglers tend to be a do it yourselfer kind of people, hence they’ve earned the title angler. It’s reserved for the folks who bait their own hooks, tie their own knots and flies and most of all set their own hooks. But trying to enjoy a vacation and learn a new fishing area can be a complete waste of time and money. Even the best, most experienced fly fisherman hire a guide when they’re in a new place. Continue Reading
Tiger Eye Glass Jigs
From the designer himself,
“Tigereye lures can be best described as unique and innovative for their versatility and one-of-a-kind design. These jigs can be used in a variety of ways; with their lightweight design, they can be used for lindy rigging, vertical jigging, ice fishing, slip bobber fishing…they are even light enough for fly fishing. Continue Reading
“TOM’S TOP TEN” FIRST ICE SAFETY CHECKLIST
BY: TOM GRUENWALD
The process begins nearly imperceptibly.
As autumn progresses, daily lows begin steadily dropping, eventually falling below the freezing mark. Observant ice anglers, noticing frost appearing across shaded lawns, roof tops and windshields on chilly mornings, sense pending change and respond by monitoring local waters. Continue Reading
Are you looking to get a hunting dog for the New Year?
So, you are thinking about getting a puppy? The first question you might ask yourself is, “Is this a good time of the year to get a puppy?” In my opinion, the answer is, “Yes.” Continue Reading
Weekly Morning Trail Mix 2-13
Sit down and get ready for this weeks weekly morning trail mix! Continue Reading
Sturgeon Spearing Mix 2-10
It is the day before our 2017 sturgeon spearing season opens! Check out our Sturgeon Spearing Mix to pump you up for an awesome weekend! Good Luck and be sure to head over to any of the seven weigh in stations to get your Badger Sportsman 100 LB club hat! Continue Reading