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    Contributed by jen on 12/28/12 1254 reads
    Moose Hunting
    I was embarking on my third moose hunt with high expectations. Why not I thought, after all I have hunted moose twice before and shot two bulls. You can't knock a 100% success rate. To understand and appreciate this hunt I must share some history with you so you can appreciate my emotional roller coaster highs and lows. This moose hunt I was returning to Lukinto Lake Lodge. I have a history with Lukinto Lake Lodge and I will get into that a little later.
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  • Wyoming Bull Elk Again!

    Contributed by jen on Dec 28,2012 - 10:06 am 1172 reads
    Elk Hunting
    Why am I smiling so much you ask? No other reason than the planets simply aligned together for me in 2012. I am not referring to the Mayan calendar ending and the prediction of the world ending on December 21, 2012. Obviously you are reading this so you know that didn't happen. My long shot to draw a Wyoming archery only elk tag had just as much chance of happened as the world ending on December 21. I did not have the minimum 3 preference points so I knew I would not draw in the standard drawing. To keep people interested that don't have enough preference points they have a second drawing. In this unit that meant 3 tags. Normally I don't even enter the drawing unless I have the 3 preference points. I just buy the preference point. I don't know why I did this year.
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  • 2012 Lukinto Lake Lodge - Bull Moose, Run for your Life!

    Contributed by jen on Dec 28,2012 - 04:49 am 1254 reads
    Moose Hunting
    I was embarking on my third moose hunt with high expectations. Why not I thought, after all I have hunted moose twice before and shot two bulls. You can't knock a 100% success rate. To understand and appreciate this hunt I must share some history with you so you can appreciate my emotional roller coaster highs and lows. This moose hunt I was returning to Lukinto Lake Lodge. I have a history with Lukinto Lake Lodge and I will get into that a little later.
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  • One Of Those Days

    Contributed by jen on Oct 10,2012 - 03:14 pm 1165 reads
    Whitetail Hunting

    Written By: Mike Trentham

    Ever have one of those days where you just should have stayed in bed? Well, a good Friend that I hunt with did. This is his story as told to me a few years back. I still laugh every time I think about the story.

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  • Trail Cameras & Scent

    Contributed by jen on Aug 13,2012 - 12:58 am 1635 reads
    Sense of Scents
    The simple shutter of a trail camera documenting the perplexing life of a deer is truly extraordinary. Gaining any edge of insight against the opposition will amplify your success, but you must realize that there's a very fine line between pinpointing a buck and him pinpointing you.
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  • Wisconsin Bear Lottery - How To's

    Contributed by jen on May 30,2012 - 03:14 pm 1627 reads
    Bear Hunting
    Written by Jon Nystrom

    In Wisconsin we wait so long to get a bear tag I think we get giddy with excitement and forget that there is plenty of information out there to help us be successful. After all, the bear harvest rate for 2011 was 46%. Take into consideration odds of drawing a tag overall (not broken down by Zone) was 8.7% (9,005 tags versus 103,853 applicants).
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  • A Camera‚Äôs Killer Sense

    Contributed by jen on May 22,2012 - 07:11 am 1347 reads
    Whitetail Hunting
    Written by Brandon Wikman

    Trail-camera pictures clutter my computer's desktop and congest my electronic photo library. Thousands of whitetail pictures filed into hundreds of archived folders, which are then saved to several sub-folders. I've managed to sort through the good-bad-and-ugly to find some of my very favorite images of 2011.
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  • Bears - All Eleven Of Them

    Contributed by jen on May 21,2012 - 09:30 pm 1306 reads
    Bear Hunting
    Written by Jon Nystrom

    Back in the day when I first contacted Northern Wisconsin bear hunting guide Bill Schutte about a bear hunt I didn't know what I was getting into. I wasn't a very good hunter and was more interested in a good party or meeting girls. Just the same when the opportunity came up to bear hunt I couldn't turn it down.
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  • Perfect Practice: Elevating Your Archery Hunting Skill Set

    Contributed by jen on Apr 27,2012 - 07:43 am 1466 reads
    Tuning & Shooting Techniques
    Written by Brandon Wikman

    We all know that practice makes perfect but taking your archery skills to a higher level takes perfect practice.

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  • Unexpected Bull Interrupt's Snack

    Contributed by jen on Apr 11,2012 - 03:45 pm 2405 reads
    Elk Hunting
    Written by Jon Nystrom

    Sitting half way down the mountain side in the pouring rain I struggled to position myself under my ripped poncho. Trickles of water like all nature, adheres to gravity in finding its way to my coveted dry spots. My hunting partner John Keel was not much better off.
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  • Bird by Bow

    Contributed by jen on Apr 11,2012 - 01:49 pm 1741 reads
    Turkey Hunting
    Written by Brandon Wikman

    Avid feather collectors from across the country are buckling the locks to their shotgun case and shoving it back into their closet. Many hunters are looking for the ultimate bowhunting challenge - bird by bow.
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  • Evolving Your Habitat

    Contributed by jen on Mar 30,2012 - 04:03 am 1751 reads
    Food Plots
    Written by Brandon Wikman

    Wildlife food plots are a key part of building bigger and healthier animals. Whether you are planting chicory, alfalfa, clover, or perhaps turnips, you must know that a plant must have an assortment of resources to reach its maximum growth peak.
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  • Turkey Cautions

    Contributed by jen on Mar 25,2012 - 12:52 pm 1459 reads
    Turkey Hunting
    Written by Brandon Wikman

    Although the wild turkey has a noggin the size of a small walnut - the wily bird continues to puzzle even the most veteran of hunters. The feathered chickens of the forest are wired with astute cleverness and a twist of uncanny habits. Here are a couple ways to put the odds in your favor this spring.

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  • The Curse Has Ended

    Contributed by jen on Feb 24,2012 - 06:30 am 1885 reads
    Whitetail Hunting
    Written by Jon Nystrom

    I have been pursuing whitetail since I was 16 years old. That was the age my mother would allow me to accompany Dad to hunting camp. I remember my first night in camp. I was returning from a sporting event and was being dropped off at the Dairy Queen in Solon Springs, Wisconsin. It was late at night but when I arrived my Dad came out of his slumbering sleep in the truck. Of course I was wound up tighter than a drum. It was my first deer hunt with Dad, my Uncles and Cousins. I ate spaghetti late that night, to much in fact that I got sick. It was just my adrenaline taking control of me. I was the new kid in camp and I made a very funny first impression heaving in the snow.
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  • Two White Flowered Peas Better Than One

    Contributed by jen on May 27,2011 - 04:14 am 4633 reads
    Food Plots
    Written by Ed Haag

    New Buckshot Pea blend offers an agronomic-based response to excessive pre-season deer grazing while extending the longevity of the food plot. The two questions most asked by those who grew white flower peas in their food plots last year was as follows: How do I keep the deer from devouring all my plants before opening day? And where can I get my hands on more of that crazy new deer candy?

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  • Take Charge! Process Your Own Game Meat - Maverick 5501 Meat Grinder Giveaway

    Contributed by jen on May 20,2011 - 11:18 am 4625 reads, 2 comments
    Recipes, meat care and cooking tips
    Written by Jon Nystrom

    Using an outside service to process your wild game can be hard on your wallet. You have considered processing wild game on your own, but had your concerns. Lack of equipment and personal expense seem like obvious obstacles to a DIY approach. However, eating the same old steak day after day can get old. In my search for meat variety I took a serious look at how to process my own game, how much it costs and amount of effort it takes.
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