Kids For Fishing Spring is late in Upper Wisconsin as it’s the second week of June already, but the Bluegills are finally in and have started the beds for the spawning season. So grab the family, fly rods, and the dog and watch the smiles as you experience the best action of the year for […]
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Spring has come late this year in Upper Wisconsin as we are now in the second week of June and the Bluegills are just starting to make the beds and spawn. In a typical year the Bluegills would be just finishing up and moving back to deep water. Bluegills On The Beds The weather has […]
What are Ramps? Ramps (Allium tricoccum) also known as Wild Leeks, Wild Onions, and in some places Ramsons are very popular in the Wild Edibles. Another nickname given to it because of its garlic-sweet onion taste is “Little Stinkers”. The Plant is best known as a wild onion and is Native throughout the United States. […]
It’s been a hard Winter and Spring has been wet and cold, but it seems to be a good recipe for a great Mushroom picking. It’s May 13th and even though we just got a few inches of snow last Monday it was time to take a walk into the woods and boy I was […]
The Tom’s hormones are at their peak and the Hens are playing hard to get, but even these incredible birds can not resist the Ritual Dance & Courting Struts when Nature calls. The Morning Hunt It’s was 5:45 am on Saturday morning when I sat down on the front porch to savor the moment of […]