Handling a Dog in the Pheasant Field
By: Jesse Dieckman
How many of us have heard someone at a distance yelling at their dog? The loud commands that they might be yelling range from; NO! Come! Here! Sit! Get over here NOW! A two worded dog’s name combines into one, for example, John Wayne is now JohnWayne. This experience is one that all hunters with dogs or being on a hunt with dogs have likely had happen at some point in time. Or, maybe we were the one doing the yelling! Continue Reading
A camo that is redefining safety and invisibility for the hunter.
Summer Food Plot Tips!
Check out Badger Sportsman Magazine giving you the best in food plot tips! Click the photo for video!
QuietKat FatKat Hunting Electric Bike Review
Getting to a far away stand location or backcountry hunt has never been easier than it is with the QuietKat FatKat Hunting bike.
The QuietKat FatKat is a powerful electric bike that is specifically designed for the purpose of hunting. There are two almost identical versions of the FatKat, the 1000W model and the 750W model. The only difference between the two versions is the size of the motor (1000W vs 750W), the brakes (Hydraulic disc brakes on the 1000W, Mechanical disc brakes on the 750W) and the suspension fork on the 1000W which is not integrated on the 750W model.
Six Keys to a Successful Springtime Turkey Hunting
Spring turkey hunting can be frustrating and hard but these tips to success will help.
The season’s upon us!
It’s that special time of the year when gobblers are sounding off, hens are traveling in packs, and hunters clad head to toe in camouflage, moving into the woods with their old shotgun or high-performance compound bow in hopes of bagging a wily old tom. Continue Reading
Turkey Tip Of The Day!
It’s almost time to wake up early, put in the time, and listen to those sweet gobbles the light up the morning! Hunter Flanders gives a great tip on keeping your decoy set close! Click the photo below for the video! #badgersportsman Continue Reading
8 Bowhunting Tips That Will Make You A Better Deer Hunter
These tips will help make you a better bow hunter
Are you ready to try your hand at deer hunting with a bow? In my opinion, this is one of the most challenging, yet personally rewarding experiences that any hunter can have. Catching a whitetail from close range is a testament to your patience, stealth and skill. It takes a truly committed hunter to master the art of archery and once you do, there will be absolutely nothing you can’t do. This is a primal, perfect way of landing your prey and it will make you more adept in all other forms of hunting. Following are a few tips to help you. Continue Reading
Introducing our outdoor legacy
By: Jack Tucker
A first impression, like regretful acts and angry words spoken, cannot be taken back or changed. It cannot be amended, colorized in a better light, or softened to make it easier to be absorbed. It is what it is which is, even more true for our very young children compared to the older ones who have a little bit of life’s experience to temper an initial blast of something new to their senses. Young children, although unaware of this, rely on their parents for guidance on how to react to something new and if that first chance to shape an attitude is missed, then the opportunity can be lost forever; there is only one ‘first time.’ Continue Reading