Adopt a Wildlife Area
By: Mike Alaimo
The days are growing shorter and nature is in high gear preparing for winter. It is the time of year that gets my blood racing with thoughts of the next hunt. Hours of preparation, scouting and practice all come together to create the perfect hunt. As waterfowlers, there is no better experience on earth than seeing cupped wings pouring into the decoys. The marsh becomes our second home. Continue Reading
Just off the Frozen Tundra
Bay of Green Bay ice offers unique mid-winter opportunities for anglers
By Andy Mack
It’s time to break out the ice fishing gear and prepare for what should be a great ice fishing season!
While numerous inland lakes are already covered with a few inches of ice, my thoughts turn to ice fishing on the Bay of Green Bay. Part of my pre-season preparation includes deciding on what species to target and when. In recent times, whitefish have been all the rage on the bay. Especially in the northern parts of the bay. But other species like pike, walleye, perch and even smelt are available if you know where to look and when. Continue Reading
Hopefully your Monday goes smoother than this guy!
I found a way to get rid of ants on my backyard!
Posted by Adans Schmidt Batista on Saturday, October 19, 2019
Muck Woody Max
Public Land Deer Hunting
By: Jordan Marsh
It’s no secret that Wisconsin is a top tier and destination deer hunting state. Hunters from across the country venture to Wisconsin every fall to chase the elusive whitetails that fill the landscape. The Badger State has had plenty of Boone & Crocket and Pope & Young deer taken being that it’s one of the highest harvesting states of those records every season. The nine-day gun deer season is about as big of a tradition as the holidays. As the woods turn into blaze orange, businesses literally shut down, and the sight of seeing a hunter’s “trophy” in the back of the truck is just the daily norm. We are fortunate to live in a state with a good population of whitetails, but we are even more fortunate to have the opportunity to be able to access hundreds of thousands of acres of public land. Continue Reading
Sixgun Black Bear
The blasting bellow of the big .44 surprised me when my right index finger instinctively tightened on the trigger; the bear’s violent reaction and subsequent zero to 30 mph rush, while just a blur, clearly indicated I had connected. Straining to hear the tell-tale moan of a dying bear yielded only the cacophony of a yapping pack of distant coyotes. My black bear quest, which had been eight long years in the making, had boiled down to a few surreal seconds. Continue Reading
Today marks the date that 2,977 victims died from the attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City.
Of these 2,977 victims it included 412 emergency workers who responded to the attacks, 343 firefighters (including a chaplain and two paramedics) from the New York City Fire Department, 37 police officers of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police department, 23 police officers of the New York City Police Department and 8 emergency medical technicians and paramedics from private emergency medical services along with 1 patrolman from the New York Fire Patrol.
Please take a moment remember the brave men and women today. 🇺🇸