Thursday, February 29th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Thursday, February 29th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967


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What type of hunting are you in the mood for?

Experiment with all different types of hunting before you place judgment on hunting as a whole. A variety is important, especially when introducing someone new to the sport. My hunting adventures started in 2010 and

New Catch and Release Bass Season

Sometimes a person has to consider if the “means to an end” can justify “the end.” It can be a dangerous scenario. A bill is being considered right now authored by Rep. Joel Kleefisch of

Pheasant Hunting

Wisconsin pheasant hunters, for the most part, are finding out just what two to three tough winters can do to wild pheasant populations. While carryover of state-released birds, or birds raised by landowners, have made

Grouse Populations

Now that the dogs’ noses have found the scent and the hunters’ guns have been fired, this is a time to assess Wisconsin’s ruffed grouse population as best we can. Hunting conditions have been ideal

Bear Rousting: some wins, some wait-till-laters

Bear season started Sept. 7 and, guess what, I drew a kill tag this season for Zone A, where I’ve been able to get out for three days so far with Jeff Roth and Roger

Fall promises fish and game at the top of Wisconsin

It did not seem like summer hung around too long this year, right? Again, another year where it blew right past us here at the top of Wisconsin on beautiful Lake Superior. But, alas, there

Hunting Prep Time is Fun Time

I now refer to autumn as hunting season rather than fall. To think, it has only been a year and a half since I first started shooting my compound bow. Within the past couple of

Walleye locations in the early fall

During late summer and early fall patterns, walleyes can be deep, shallow or anywhere in between. If I’ve tried to convey one message to other anglers the past few years about fall walleye fishing, it’s

More hunter access to private lands

Hunters can look forward to some new public lands this fall, thanks to the new Voluntary Public Access (VPA) program. This program will open more land for hunters, fishermen, trappers and wildlife enthusiasts, beginning in

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