Public Land Offers Ample Opportunity For Trophy Deer
By: Pat Kalmerton
The phrase “there is nowhere to hunt” is nonsense – yet it rings out all over the United States from hunters of all ages and genders. Investing time to research and discover public areas to pursue hunting adventures yields pleasant surprises! There are acres of opportunities that lie behind open gates. Continue Reading
Beginners Guide to Smoking Wild Meat
New technology of pellet grills make smoking wild game less of a headache
By PJ Cashman
As intimidating getting into hunting or fishing can be for new sportsmen, it is also one of the most exciting parts about the outdoors. Any outdoorsman can tell you about the first deer they shot, their first Western hunt, or first big water fishing trip – and keeping that excitement alive with new experiences is one of the greatest aspects of enjoying the outdoors. Continue Reading
How to Set up an AR-15 for Hunting?
THE PROPER SETUP FOR A HUNTING AR-15
AR-15 rifles have been growing in popularity for other purposes besides home defense and recreational shooting for a while, but one of the questions asked often is how can i set up an AR-15 for hunting? Continue Reading
Wetland Pro Snake Boot
Looking for your next pair of boots? Don’t miss out on the 100% waterproof and 100% snake proof boots from Muck Boot Company!
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.
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
By: Blake Tollefson
Each and every spring, crappies seem to occupy the minds of nearly every fisherman in the Midwest. Springtime crappies pile into the shallows with intentions of creating the future generations. These mass schools of fish are followed closely by schools of fishermen with intentions of obtaining a few meals of fish.
SLOW TOPWATER for COLD FRONT MUSKIES
What is more fun than catching a muskie? How about getting them on topwater! Surface baits are an incredibly effective tool to get cold front muskies in both the summer and fall to eat. The key is to fish them slow – easier said than done. If you don’t own a flaptail, you are missing out! COME FISH WITH US! www.madisonangling.com
GOING DEEP FOR SUMMERTIME KINGS
By: Capt. Lee Haasch
In my 40 years fishing Lake Michigan I’ve learned that weather plays big part in fishing. Not really a news flash now is it? I’ve also come to accept that there is nothing we can do about the weather, and grumbling really never made a difference in boxing more salmon. Watching trends and weather patterns, well let’s say only makes you ALMOST like a TV weatherman, only it doesn’t pay as well and really doesn’t help in filling the fish cooler either. Continue Reading
Get the Net
By: Kyle Sorensen
“Get the net!” It’s a phrase in which we have all yelled once or twice in our life. When we, or someone else in the boat hooks into a fish, we want to boat it, plain and simple. The fishing net is one piece of equipment that can make or break an experience. Continue Reading