Starting this season, a crossbow season will run concurrently with archery season in Wisconsin. Now all hunters are permitted to buy the license. In the past it was only available to hunters with disabilities or those over 65.
Last week Custom Archery & Outdoors had an open house that several of my friends and I attended. We got to to check out some of their latest inventory, demo techno hunt (my favorite), and get our bows tuned up for the upcoming season.
If you've been hunting on private property, you'll definitely need to make sure you have written permission from the owner this year. That includes if it's your immediate family that owns the land. While it may make things a little more complicated, it's designed to help protect livestock.
When you get good enough at archery, apparently you have to make things tougher. This guy, Matt, starts off at 100 yards and works his way up to 300 yards. A lot of us have never even tried shooting a 100 yards, and he makes it look easy.
A few months ago I began shooting archery for the first time. I went to Custom Archery and Outdoors and pretty much said, "I don't know anything, but I want to learn." Within about 8 weeks, I was consistently hitting the bulls eye and doing well at techno hunt.
Melissa Bachman grew up hunting with her family in Paynesville, MN. (By the way she is not related to Michelle Bachman.) Hunting became her passion and she soon was able to form a career around hunting, hosting her own show "Winchester Deadly Passion." The show features her hunting many different animals, and a tweeted photo of her standing over a killed lion started quite the outrage.
When we think of "tick season," we often think of spring or summer. However, the Wisconsin Department of Health is reminding hunters that tick bites and the illnesses that accompany them can happen in the fall too. Officials are urging hunters to use precautions before heading out into the woods.
Several people have been out getting their deer stands ready for the hunting season anticipating the 30 pointer. Here's a 5-star recipe from Taste of Home that may help in the incentive department. (Even if you get skunked, you can use a chuck roast and still have an awesome meal!)
September 7th was the date of the annual "Shoot For Fun" event that benefits the Courage Center. This year over $160,000 was raised for Courage Kenny - Northland's recreation and sports programming. Not only did it raise a lot of money, but it was a blast! Literally.
This is a one in a million shot. These photos came from far east Russia where they have been setting up wildlife cameras to monitor engendered Amur Tigers in the Lazoovskii State Nature Preserve. However, the camera caught something even more rare, an eagle attacking a deer.
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