This week on Cutting the Distance, Remi waxes about hunting over water and what he considers when picking his spot.
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Hunting is a highly regulated activity in the USA. Wildlife is managed at the state level, with state game agencies, supported by license sales, deciding who gets to hunt what, where and how.
These rules and regulations can and do change annually and are published in a booklet and online. Each state’s regs are different and it is the hunter’s responsibility to get a hold of a copy and study and know the laws inside and out. The information below...
Hunting wild turkeys is both maddening and addictive. Once you’ve got the turkey hunting bug, you’ll happily suffer through day after day of matching wits with giant, paranoid birds that often seem impossible to kill. Due to the inherent challenges of pursuing wild turkeys, hunters have come up with a lot of ways to fool them. During both spring and fall seasons, turkey hunting styles can range from quiet and stealthy to loud and aggressive. Some...
When Greg Miller first hunted whitetails with his dad and fellow Millers in November 1964, they entered northern Wisconsin’s big woods each dawn with more hope than strategy and more motivation than planning.
Wearing a red coat and carrying a Model 94 in .32 Special, Miller shared his clan’s intense excitement for deer season. They considered that nine-day season the “big leagues” of Wisconsin hunting. Looking back, though, Miller concedes they...