Proven fencing tactics that work to help keep food plots from being decimated
By Steve Jordan
Many well maintained and well fertilized food plots get overgrazed, destroyed, and all greens are eaten right down to the soil. This can be disappointing, especially if you planned on hunting over a nice green field in the fall.
First of all, overgrazing is a good problem to have because it means you have a medium to high deer density. Some of the hunters in northern Wisconsin have such low deer densities that their food plots almost go untouched. Which problem would you like to have? Continue Reading
Albino Buck Shot in Missouri
This 10 point albino buck was shot and killed in Missouri.
Albino deer are a rarity and many people love to see them and seek them out in states across the country. In my home state of Wisconsin, it is illegal to kill an albino deer, but many states allow it. This particular buck was from Missouri, where it is legal to kill an albino deer. The albino buck pictured above was famous among locals and many hunters passed on killing the deer, until this fall. Jerry Kinnaman took the Great White Buck this past November and it’s a true trophy. Continue Reading
OnX Mapping Update!
A must read article from Bowhunting.com that helps out anyone looking into OnX Maps! Continue Reading
A Bowhunting Year
People measure years in different ways. Most Americans’ year begins on Jan. 1 and ends Dec. 31. This is known as a calendar year, abbreviated as CY. Others, like the military and legislatures, order time from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30. The federal government calls this its fiscal year, or FY. Continue Reading
A camo that is redefining safety and invisibility for the hunter.
DEER CAMP CONTEST WINNER
Congratulations to Christine Lapacek from Twin Lakes, WI!
You have won a year subscription to Badger Sportsman Magazine as well as a set of Motorola Talkabout T605 H20 Walkie Talkies! Continue Reading
Passing it On
By: Todd Larson
Holding a bow in my hand has always felt right. Natural. Maybe it’s something that was passed down in my DNA or maybe it was something as simple as my father putting a bow in my hand and walking with me in the woods behind the family cabin looking for deer. Or maybe after all of that, it was the time we spent together sharing a common interest called hunting. I also think that maybe as time went on and the men got older, it wasn’t so much about the harvest but the stories told and the memories made. In my case, that’s how it all started. Continue Reading
Mathews NO CAM HTR Review
The revolutionary Mathews NO CAM HTR is a bow with no cams and is one of the smoothest drawing bows ever shot.
Mathews released their newest addition to their lineup earlier this month and I was incredibly excited to try it out. The Mathews NO CAM HTR is part of the 2015 lineup of bows from Mathews Inc. and features their latest NO CAM ST Technology. This bow is one of the smoothest drawing, quietest bows that I’ve ever shot and it was very stable at the draw. See more the Mathews NO CAM HTR Review below. Continue Reading
Trophy Ridge Whisker Biscuit Rest Review
Hunters and sportsman have been arguing for years about which products are best and what gives you the biggest advantage. From broad-heads to bows, outdoorsman have a tough time agreeing on what is the best equipment to use. Another problem that hunters have is going to “the next big thing”. Whether it’s the newest gadget or gear, many of us have a hard time passing it up. Continue Reading