February 10-12, 2017 Photos, a video and information on the 2017 HuntFishTravel Sturgeon Spearing outing you’re invited to, as well as the highlights from 2016. The quest is for dinosaurs older than my grandparents on Lake Winnebago….the hunt for prehistoric behemoths that prowl the waters less than fifty miles from my home. These creatures fascinate … Continue reading Join Me For A Weekend of Sturgeon Spearing in 2017
“”HuntFishTravel 130 – Sturgeon Spearing through the Ice in Wisconsin” (Psst! Support the show by sharing this episode to facebook/twitter – thank you!!) In this episode Carrie is joined by Lee Schneider of Boot-Trac Adventures. They chat about sturgeon spearing scouting, cutting in, how to navigate the roads on the lake and they share their … Continue reading #HuntFishTravel 130 – Sturgeon Spearing through the Ice in Wisconsin
The Winnebago System Sturgeon Spearing Season kicks off tomorrow and anglers are giddy in anticipation of the ultimate cold weather hunt. Wisconsin Sturgeon Spearing is a tradition handed down or attracting new spearers dating back eighty years.
Spending several days with a group of buddies, getting up at the crack of dawn and heading out into the frigid Wisconsin temps to try to kill a really big animal….could be an interchangeable description for either Deer Camp or Sturgeon Camp.
Before we get into the Women on Winnebago event itself, let me give you a little history of Lake Winnebago sturgeon Many moons ago when Wisconsin was first settled, the settlers that took up residence around Lake Winnebago were either farmers or fishermen. The fishermen took advantage of the bounty that still to this day, … Continue reading A History of the Wisconsin Lake Sturgeon