Quality Water for Quality Deer Hunting

By: Zach Haas – Senior Aquatic Biologist & Director of Operations, Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource LLC Every year property owners, conservationists, and hunters are looking at how they can improve properties for wildlife. One of the most overlooked items these individuals miss are water sources. Why Water? All living things on this planet require…
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Home Runs & Big Bucks

1998 – What a year! I was a kid and specifically remember loving baseball. Not just the game but the comradery that came with America’s pastime. Often, in those days, I would watch it with my grandpap, I can still smell the Copenhagen Wintergreen as he yelled “that’s gone!!” after some player jacked another out…
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Why Hunting Small Properties, Can Make You Better!

As hunters, “bigger” always seems to be better. Over the years, I have found – that is not always the case. Recently, I have been able to gain access to several small properties for hunting whitetails, specifically with a bow. These properties have ranged from 5 to 15 acres, so relatively small in comparison to…
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ANATOMY OF A WHITETAIL

Summer is in the air! We as whitetail bowhunters are spending our days planning out our food plots, prepping mineral stations, figuring out our new stand locations, and hopefully starting to shoot the bows! As Bowhunters, we are seemingly never satisfied with our setups; always finding ourselves chasing the next fad or claiming we are…
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HABITAT vs. HUNTING

Recently, I was honored to be a guest on friends’ podcast (Habitat Podcast). As we meandered our way through a series of topics, we found ourselves (through my ramblings), comparing Habitat vs. Hunting, and how these are not always so closely related. I made the seemingly bold statement that they are, “polar opposite of one…
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