Toadfish Can Cooler Review
What is it?
The Toadfish Can Cooler is a can cooler not like the rest. It is a fully stainless steel can cooler that suctions to any smooth surface. It doesn’t matter if you are at home, in the woods or on the water, the Toadfish Can Cooler will keep your drink cold and secure.
Keeping it simple for early fall crappies on Wisconsin River reservoirs
by Joel Ballweg
Late August through early October is a great time to target crappies and other panfish on Wisconsin River reservoirs such as Petenwell, Castle Rock and Lake Wisconsin. The truth is it doesn’t matter whether you are targeting only crappie with the techniques I am about to describe, because you are going to catch other fish as well. That’s the way it is and always has been for me. Continue Reading
5 Off-Season Woodworking Projects for Beginners!
Are you looking to build something during the off-season? We’ve compiled a list of 5 of the best woodworking projects for beginners, these projects are straightforward to make and are also useful! These are great beginner options because they don’t require you to have a decked-out workshop or years of woodworking experience. All you need are tools found around the house and some dedication. Keep reading to discover 5 Off-Season Woodworking Projects for Beginners! Continue Reading
What is Dry Fly Fishing
Simply put, dry fly fishing is a technique where a fly fisherman uses an artificial fly, floating on the water surface to catch trout. The technique was originally called Dapping and consisted of laying a small fly on top of the water to catch the rising fish. Continue Reading
The True Meaning Of Hunting- The 500,000 Friends You Haven’t Met
By: Tyler Lomibao
As the old saying goes, “It’s that time of year again!” This weekend marks one of the biggest holidays of the year. No, it’s not a Hallmark holiday. It’s opening weekend of Wisconsin’s gun deer season! I will join you all as 1 of the roughly 500,000 hunters that will watch the Saturday sun rise dressed in blaze orange. Continue Reading
Seek out cabbage beds and rock bars to find the fall musky you’ve been waiting for all season
By Kyle Sorensen
The brisk morning air hits my face as I make my way down to the dock, a freshly brewed cup of coffee in one hand, and a sandwich for a late morning snack in the other. I reach the dock to see the daylight slowly beginning to fill the sky. Continue Reading