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
OnX Mapping Update!
A must read article from Bowhunting.com that helps out anyone looking into OnX Maps! Continue Reading
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A Deer Camp Runs Through It
By: Chad Cason
It is Thanksgiving Morning, in the middle of Wisconsin’s nine-day gun deer season, and I am sitting in a two-seater tree stand with my twelve year-old son, Zach. It is four degrees above zero. It is snowing and there is a stiff twenty mile per hour wind blowing out of the northeast. Factoring in the wind chill, the temperature is minus…………well, too freaking cold to be sitting in a tree stand. Still, there is no place I would rather be right now. Continue Reading
First Trail Camera Pull of the Year
The First Trail camera pull of the year lets you know hunting season is getting closer
This may be a little late for most of you across the country, and maybe even outside of it, but is there anything better than that first trail camera pull of the year? We all work so hard to make sure that we’ve done our scouting, hanging tree-stands, planting food plots and more all to await hunting season. For me, in Wisconsin, Bow hunting for white-tails begins on September 14 and I put my cameras out the first week in July. I anticipate this time greatly and get very excited for that first camera pull. Continue Reading