Go Deep For Hot Summertime King Action! 

Go Deep For Hot Summertime King Action!

By Capt. Lee Haasch

July mornings on Lake Michigan’s coast usually start a bit cooler, not this particular day. With a balmy 78 degrees at 3:45 am, it was going to be another warm one. Temperatures were predicted to hit 90 plus, with very little wind and lots of sunshine.  While this might be normal for central Wisconsin, Algoma is the place most folks go to escape the heat.  Another hot one…  The surface temps already have crept to the upper 60’s and warming deeper is the trend.  Continue Reading

Hook, Line and Sink Her

Hook, Line and Sink Her

It’s really, really cold outside. So warm up with these “fishing” photos and start thinking about summertime……

Fishing Babe

It’s cold out, so warm up with these ladies and start thinking summer.

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Recognize Heat Stress In Your Hunting Dog

Prevent Heat Stress in a Hunting Dog

Hunting Dog

How to Recognize Heat Stress in Your Hunting Dog
Photo courtesy of pheasantblog.org

There are plenty of hunting dog accessories on the market today for cold weather. Boots, leggings, vests and warmers are all used to keep your hunting buddy safe, but the cold is really the least of your dog’s worries. Continue Reading

Set Trail Cameras Without Busting Your Season

How to Set Summer Scouting Camera Sets

Velvet Buck Trail Camera

Scout better with these scouting camera tips

Deer season is fast approaching and if you haven’t already pinned down those bucks that you’re after, I’m sure that you’ve put out cameras for them. Trail or scouting cameras have made scouting easier and quicker than ever before, but they’ve also let hunters become lazy and can blow your season. Big bucks don’t tolerate pressure, so make sure that you set your cameras the right way so that you don’t bust your season. Continue Reading