Waterfowl hunters dream of mornings like this when you’re all set up and shooting time hits and the birds just flock to your decoys. This snow goose hunt shows exactly what you want to happen in the first few minutes of shooting light. Continue Reading →
Shane from Kansas who you may remember from a previous shed antler photo sent in another great picture of a monster shed antler. His daughter is pictured with this giant Kansas shed antler that scored 99 inches on just this antler. Continue Reading →
Kyle found this big dead, Wisconsin buck while shed hunting in the central part of the state.
For his first year of major shed hunting, this guy is having a hell of a time. Kyle went out on Friday with his friend and managed to find two dead heads, one scoring almost 40 inches and five nice antlers. He found several more on an earlier trip that you may remember from this article.Continue Reading →
This was the only shed antler that I was able to find while walking in Northern Wisconsin.
This past weekend I got the chance to go look for shed antlers with my brother and one of my friends up in Northern Wisconsin. This country has some steep ridges, tons of hardwoods and many valleys and ravines. It can be tough walking, but you never know when you’re going to stumble across a big shed antler. Continue Reading →
See the 3 Best Baits for Spring Crappie Fishing so that you can hammer giant slabs this year.
Spring crappie fishing can produce some of the biggest slabs of the season. With all of the different baits and plastics out there though, it can be tough to decide what the best one to use is. Sometimes, the best idea is to keep it simple, so we’ve help outline three of the best baits for spring crappie fishing that will suit all of your needs. Continue Reading →
Most of us choose to use a hook and line when fishing for big game fish with teeth, but this guy from the Netherlands chose a different method. With a dead bait fish, this man was able to coerce a big Northern Pike to attack and narrowly saving his hand. Check out the full video. Continue Reading →
This old buck has a large growth on his face. The deer is estimated to be about seven years old.
We all like to see some old bucks on our hunting grounds, but sometimes they aren’t as pretty as the strong and healthy 4 and 5 year olds that you’re hunting. These trail camera photos were sent in by a reader who had this buck, estimated to be about 7 years old, on camera with a large growth on his face. The buck has been seen the last few years and has never really blown up antler-wise, but would be a trophy none-the-less. Continue Reading →