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 happened to our gathering spirit

I recently read an unpublished story written by an Alaska man. He and his friend had gone on a moose hunt last autumn, being dropped in the bush by a pilot. They had their camping,

Science vs Rumors

A recent news release from the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection brings to the forefront the value of having science involved in rare animal sightings. Hearsay, rumors, hoaxes and flash sightings have made

Just Enjoy the Hunt

The 2011 Wisconsin Deer Hunting Regulations pamphlet is not so much about what we can or cannot do, or should and should not do, but who is sending the message. Wisconsin has a fine staff

Ready to expand my fishing horizons

I have fished for bass, bluegills, perch, crappies, and smallmouth bass. I have never been taught how to catch a walleye, muskie, or northern pike. Can I fish for them from shore in southeastern Wisconsin,

Fall turkey hunting is a season to be celebrated

Turkey hunting used to be easy, or at least we thought so based on the numbers of birds registered and gobbler responses in the fields and forests. Not so much now, at least that’s what

Probing the Northland for Signs of Fish Activity

It’s Tuesday, May 31 and I think summer just might finally be here. I apologize if I sound a little skeptical, but there is good reason to fear that we still have some frost warnings

Are lichens the silver bullet against CWD?

It was reported several weeks ago that one or more of the organisms in lichens are able to produce a substance that can degrade prion proteins, the molecules responsible for causing fatal brain diseases in

Skunked by Turkeys on Friday the 13th

I was lucky to have two great teachers take me on my first turkey hunt – Kelly Alexander, of Chaseburg, and Jesse Wojtkiewicz, of Rochester, Minn. They film for an outdoor TV show as a

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