You don’t see them much anymore, but there was a time when single shot guns were part of just about every young boy’s life. When I was growing up in the 1960s, it seemed every hunter started with a single shot shotgun. I know I did and most of my buddies in those years did too. Single shot shotguns were an economical way to introduce young boys to shooting and hunting. Also, there was the belief if you only had one shot you would learn to make it count, so starting with a single shot would eventually make you a better shooter. When I was growing up, single shot shotguns were popular and you could find them all over. When I was 14, I started cutting grass for some of the neighbors. A large lawn, taking the better part of an afternoon, would get me $5. I saved that money for my first shotgun. Obviously, the cash flow for a young teenage grass cutter wasn’t great, so I knew the best I was going to afford was a single shot. 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
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
Fishing Emerging Lily Pads for Early Season Bass
By: Glenn Walker
For many anglers once the calendar hits May, one thing is on their mind when they are in search of catching bass and that is vegetation, specifically the new lily pads that grow in many lakes and rivers. Continue Reading
Is Your Vehicle Stuck In A Rut? Or Ready For The Rut?
Deer Season: So, here you are. Gear is packed, the rut is on, and your heart is in your throat in anticipation of that MONSTER BUCK you have had on your trail cam for weeks. All systems are a go. You get on the road, all is going along just perfect. You got up early, had your coffee and donut and the adrenaline continues to flow. That all changes in the blink of an eye. Continue Reading
By: Pat Kalmerton
There are five species of wild turkey targeted throughout the United States, and many hunters will tell you that turkey hunting adventures are some of the most heart-pumping, breathtaking moments in their memory banks. If you were on top of your game and remembered to submit your Wisconsin Spring Turkey Application by the deadline (December 10) and were lucky enough to draw a permit in your desired zone (there are seven zones), you should be looking at a fantastic spring in 2015. Continue Reading
High Country Elk
For Your Next Out of State Adventure!
“Hang on a second and let me do a cow call before we clear the trees,” I suggested as the four of us neared the large park we agreed to check before we broke off into pairs for the days hunt. The call had no sooner than left the tube when the first bull sounded off less than 200 yards away! Continue Reading
Article From Deer and Deer Hunting
This article from Deer and Deer Hunting shows us that muzzleloading has revolutionized into the modern era!
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