Want to plant a SUPER perennial crop?

Want to plant a SUPER perennial crop?

By: Steve Jordan

Many hunters don’t have time to mess around with annual plants each and every year.  They are pinched for time between work, weather and family commitments.  Continue Reading

“CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT”

CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT

Written by:  Max Muzynoski

It’s Friday, November 27, 2015 of the Wisconsin gun deer season. Not many hunters out and even fewer gunshots heard. I’ve hunted with gun and bow for 46 years now. I clearly remember that deer season meant “nine” days, not just opening weekend and maybe a day or two during the week, but nine days.  It’s tradition! Hunters sure don’t hunt like they did years ago. I give my dad credit for all his guidance in teaching me how to hunt at a young age. I believe in never giving up.  You have to put in the time and effort to be successful; learning hunting skills that only come with experience. The thrill of the hunt has never left me. Continue Reading

Lone Wolf Alpha Tech F1 Tree Stand

Lone Wolf Alpha Tech F1 Tree Stand

Lone Wolf Alpha Tech F1 Tree Stand

Lone Wolf Alpha Tech F1 Tree Stand is the newest hang on stand from Lone Wolf and is affordably priced

Lone wolf has been the choice of many hard core whitetail deer hunters for years, but many people have not been able to get into these lightweight, portable stands due to the higher cost. This year, Lone Wolf has come out with a new stand, the Lone Wolf Alph Tech F1 Tree Stand that is much different than the tree stands of the past 20 years. Continue Reading

#ShedRally 2014- World’s Largest Shed Hunt

#ShedRally 2014 World’s Largest Shed Hunt

Shed Rally 2014

#ShedRally 2014 is the World’s Largest Shed Hunt and will be on March 1, 2014.

Get ready to do some walking on March 1st, 2014 and make sure that your eyes are sharp because the people over at Whitetail Properties have dubbed the first Saturday in March “Shed Rally.” Continue Reading

Low Harvest Rate of Yearling Bucks this Past Year

Lowest Harvest Rate of Yearling Bucks Ever in the U.S.

Lowest Harvest Rate of Yearling Bucks Ever

2012-2013 was the year that had the Lowest Harvest Rate of Yearling Bucks Ever

People like to shoot big bucks, but it’s really only been until recently that many hunters have started passing up any sort of antler and waiting for a bigger one. Luckily for those of us who like to let the little ones grow, more people are doing so. Continue Reading