Wisconsin. A state steeped in outdoors heritage and tradition. Generations of hunters and fishermen have taken to the woods and the waters of this great state for many generations, but you would be hard pressed to find a tradition in the outdoors older than the Sturgeon spearing season on the Lake Winnebago chain.
Lake Winnebago is home to the largest self reproducing population of lake sturgeon in the world. These giants of the lake live for well over 100 years and reach sizes of over 200 pounds! Continue reading Dinosaur Hunting on Lake Winnebago
While there really is no such thing as 100% safe ice, there are things you can do to be “safer” while out on the ice. Many factors go into the volatile making of lake and river ice. And just as many factors can cause it to become unsafe in the flash of an instant. Heading out early or going late in the season can prove deadly and just isn’t worth the 3 crappies you might catch.
Whether you’re ice fishing, ice skating, snowmobiling or hiking, stay safe this winter while out on the ice with these 6 tips.
Continue reading Tips for Identifying Safe Ice
The Day I Wished I Carried A Gun…and my five biggest take aways from this experience.
It all started innocently enough. In early December I was in Indiana for work, it was a Wednesday night and I was sitting in my hotel room surfing the tv channels. My stomach started growling so I thought I would walk over to one of the nearby restaurants. Continue reading The Day I Wished I Carried A Gun…
“#HuntFishTravel Top 10 Podcast Episodes – learn how to kill big deer, catch more fish and enjoy life to its fullest”.
Over the last five years I’ve learned a great deal from the extraordinary guests I’ve interviewed. While all the the episodes I’ve produced have great value, there are some that are the perfect storm of information.
Based on listener habits, in no particular order, I’ve compiled a list of the top ten podcast episodes. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel Top 10 Free Hunting Podcast Episodes
MADISON, Wis. (December 22, 2016) – Wisconsin’s northwoods hold a few advantages when it comes to cross-country skiing. First, winter has staying power here. The snows come early and often don’t know when to quit – of course, for winter warriors, that’s one of our more endearing qualities. Secondly, the vast majority of the state’s northwoods is protected land, including county, state and national forests, leaving hundreds of thousands of acres pristine and perfect for exploring. Continue reading Cross-Country Skiing Wisconsin’s Northwoods – Six Spots For Frozen Fun