Be sure to check out Wild Indiana Magazine as they cover the Indianapolis Boat, Sport and Travel show this weekend. They will stream live video on facebook. Check It Out
South Texas Ghost Pie
by Ken McBroom
The name may seem odd unless you werewith meon a recent hog hunt in South Texas where I got the first shot on a boar that was tucked tight in some mesquite and cactus trying to escape the suns rays. The shot was true and my very first wild hog was drug from its hiding spot. It was a hog that was tough to locate and had become worthy of its own name. They called him The Ghost. READ MORE...
by Ken McBroom
So, deer season is over and you have settled in for the winter. A great time for lazing around watching football and maybe working a little overtime to keep the boss off your back when the turkeys are gobbling and the crappie are moving into shallow brush this spring. The coffee table is littered with Outdoor Life, Field & Stream and outdoor catalogs. This would be a great time to go squirrel hunting. READ MORE....
CLOVER FOOD PLOT
Do I Need Food Plots?
by Chance Vorderstrasse
Food plots are a great way to improve a small property, but first you need to decide if you even need food plots on your property. Food plots are the “in” thing to do when it comes to deer management and for good reason, but on small properties they may not always be necessary. To do this you not only need to look at your property, but your neighbor’s property as well. If you live in the Great Plains like I do, you know that food is everywhere and cover is the limiting factor. READ MORE...
Crankbaits for Crappie
In recent years I have come to enjoy a new way, for me at least, of chasing crappie. This way is crankbaits for crappie! In the fall, where I fish anyway, the shad begin running the shorelines in large schools providing slab crappie some great opportunities to fatten up for the winter.READ MORE...
It won't be long and we will be running those ridges for lovesick gobblers strutting their stuff.
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Trolling for Crappie
By Ken McBroom
I grew up fishing for crappie with a bobber, gold hook and a tuffy minnow. Brush piles in the spring and then throughout the summer with a little drifting which helped get those suspended crappie that were scattered throughout the lake. Recently, since relocating to the mid-west, READ MORE...
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