Archive for October 2011

Don't Leave The Kids Behind!

Don't Leave The Kids Behind!
The future of our sport and tradition lies within our youth. As sportsmen/women we take for granted our “privileges” of being able to fish, hunt, and enjoy the outdoors. I don’t have to talk about everything that threatens our sports, but I would like to offer up a suggestion on how to keep our privileges... Read more »

Live Bait isn't For Sissies!

Live Bait isn't For Sissies!
Unless you have been stuck indoors for the last few weeks you have seen and felt the obvious signs that fall is upon us.   The stores are loaded with Halloween candy and costumes and the neighbor down the road has those obnoxious decorations up again this year.  Also you have exchanged your short sleeve shirt... Read more »

Clam Keeps You Warm Out on the Ice

Clam Keeps You Warm Out on the Ice
I don’t know if anybody noticed, but it was darn cold out this morning. That could only lead to one thing, ice season! Yea I know I am a bit early, but last year we were out on the ice at the end of November so don’t think we are totally out of the woods.... Read more »
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Frost on the Windsheild and Sunrise over Lake Geneva

Frost on the Windsheild and Sunrise over Lake Geneva
Five days in a row of work can only add up to one thing. That one thing, of course, is the weekend. What did you expect it to be? More work? Not this weekend. It’s fall and the water temps are cooling down and that means one thing to me. It means that the fish... Read more »

Mercer, Muskies, and Manly Work

Mercer, Muskies, and Manly Work
Well its back to reality! Back from the North woods of Mercer Wisconsin and time to buckle down and get my other work done. It was an enjoyable trip with some great people. We were able to get all the necessary work done around the cabin as well as winterize the cabin for the upcoming... Read more »

All Work And No Play? Never!

All Work And No Play? Never!
Well, it’s day two of a three-day weekend spent up in the Northwoods of Mercer Wisconsin. This is a working trip, a trip to cut wood, rake leaves, and get the cabin ready for its winter sleep. The trip is a guy’s bonding trip. A time to drink beer and smoke cigars. Oh yea, and... Read more »
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Clam Outdoors Invites Customers To "Escape with Us" Through Family Of Brands

Clam Outdoors Invites Customers To "Escape with Us" Through Family Of Brands
Some great news from Clam Outdoors. They have come on strong this year to introduce a new company profile to offer the angler and outdoorsman more and better product.   From Clam Outdoors: Medina, Minn. (August 30, 2011) – For many outdoor enthusiasts, “Clam” means ice fishing. But with the launch of the new Clam... Read more »

It's Time To Winterize

It's Time To Winterize
It’s Fall and soon many people exchange their fishing rods for their bows or guns. Hunting season is starting and many sportsmen switch their interest to the pursuit of a different game. When this comes about, often their fishing equipment comes second on their list of items to care for. It is time to winterize... Read more »

What is Your Definition Of a Successful Outdoorsman?

What is Your Definition Of a Successful Outdoorsman?
To some being a successful outdoorsman means knowing all the possible hunting and fishing secrets. You may be expecting me to write on topics like, secret spots, hot baits, best hunting times and locations, and any other tips and secrets that I could share. While those topics are often written about and desired, I am... Read more »
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Who Would Have Thought? My Wife is A Vegetarian!

Yup that’s right!  My wife and I are complete opposites.  Who would have guessed?  I hunt, I fish, I wear leather.  My wife, well, she accepts me for me. I thought I would let you in on a little secret. Eight years ago at the end of this month, I stood in front of God... Read more »