10 Tips for a Better Pheasant Farm Hunt

10 Tips for a Better Pheasant Farm Hunt

Hunting pheasants with family and friends on a crisp autumn day at one of Wisconsin’s many preserves can be an enjoyable experience. Beauty of the outdoors, exercise, great company and hopefully a wonderful pheasant dinner all create fantastic memories. As an owner of...
8 Simple Steps: A Plan To Fish More!

8 Simple Steps: A Plan To Fish More!

Soon after the water freezes on your favorite lake, a delusional form of dreaming begins.  Fueled by an onslaught of fishing related television shows, you convince yourself that walleyes can be had working that new stick bait in a bathtub. If you are like most...
Searching for Suspenders

Searching for Suspenders

It was a balmy mid-August afternoon about ten years ago, my old high school buddy Kirke Utecht and I were doing our usual weed line trolling on a Northern Wisconsin flowage. With the exception of a few small pike, we were having no success. As boredom and heat...
Do You Have the Tools for Catch and Release?

Do You Have the Tools for Catch and Release?

ATTENTION ALL MUSKIE FISHERMEN! Keep These Items Readily Available….. Large Rubber Coated Landing Net That Allows the Fish to Remain in the Water While Unhooking Bolt Cutter and Spare Hooks Large Needle Nose Pliers Jaw Spreader Camera Proper Release Methods Keep...
Working with Your Four-Legged Friends

Working with Your Four-Legged Friends

Success starts for your four-legged friend with a regimented summer. To expect a dog to step out on the prairie or marsh without an issue sets them up for failure. The best-trained dog is worked on months before the season opens. Obedience is key with your hunting...