Lake Winnebago System 2016 Sturgeon Spearing Results
2016 Lake Winnebago sturgeon spearing results are in for another Wisconsin spearing season.
The 2016 Lake Winnebago system sturgeon spearing results are in now that the season was over and it went down to the wire. This year’s season went the full 16 days, which has not happened very often in recent years. The total harvest was 703 fish, 396 of these being from Lake Winnebago and 307 from the upriver lakes. Continue Reading →
147 Pound Sturgeon Speared on Lake Poygan in Wisconsin
Daniel Bloesl speared this 77 inch, 147.9 pound female sturgeon on Lake Poygan in Wisconsin.
The tradition of sturgeon spearing is here on Lake Winnebago and the Winnebago system in the Fox Valley in Wisconsin. So far, the spearing has been somewhat slow, but some good news came yesterday to one spear fishermen. Daniel Bloesl speared the biggest fish that’s been taken in the past two years on Lake Poygan. Continue Reading →
Finding big shed antlers can be as simple as being in the right place at the right time, and these tips will help get you there.
Do you like to find shed antlers? Do you want to find more? If so, then you’ve come to the right place. Right now is the time to get out and start finding the antlers that bucks have cast and we’ve put together some tips on how you can add more to your pack this year. Continue Reading →
The weather is cold but winter is slowly coming to a close. Use these last few weeks to get out on the ice and call in some predators before it’s too late! Be sure to send in your hunting and fishing photos!
Using a Coyote Howl to Call in Late Season Coyotes
Late season coyotes can be call shy and hard to hunt but an aggressive howl can bring them in running.
Coyote hunting is one of the most exciting hunts that you can do and now is the time of year to get going! Right now, coyotes are very vocal and you can capitalize on this to get more in range of your rifle. With the coyote breeding season coming, calling in a coyote is well within your grasp, so get out there and do it with these tips. Continue Reading →
Shed hunting season has arrived and we can’t wait to get out and find some. Shed hunting is a ton of fun, but what makes it even better is the fact that you can take your best bud out to help you find more, your dog. While it’s certainly a lot of work to train a dog to hunt shed antlers, the rewards can be huge, so here is a great resource to help. Continue Reading →