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Thankful Outdoors: Preparing for Insect Season

How to Prevent Ticks It’s been a week of finalizing gear for the start of the Wisconsin turkey season. Due to my work schedule and...

Thankful Outdoors: How to get Ready for Opening Day of Wisconsin Fishing

Wisconsin Fishing Opener Preparation Guide We are under 30 days from the Wisconsin fishing season opening day. I have been busy getting things ready for...

Thankful Outdoors: Five Tips to Improve Your Turkey Calling

Spring Turkey Series Part Four: Five Calling Techniques and Tips As we wrap up the Spring Turkey Series, you have been getting your gear ready,...

Thankful Outdoors – Spring Turkey Series Part Three: Calls and Decoy Strategies

Turkey Calls and Decoy Strategies Before getting into the spring turkey season series, here is how the shed hunting is going. The results so far...

Thankful Outdoors: Turkey Season Part 2 – Get Dialed in

OnFocus – In part one of the spring turkey series, we discussed dressing up your decoy to increase the draw to your decoy spread. This...

Thankful Outdoors: Turkey season Part 1 – Decoys

Part one in a four-part series talking all things turkey hunting OnFocus – Welcome to March; the first of the month marks the beginning of...

Thankful Outdoors: Feeding Our Little, Feathered Friends

Submitted to OnFocus – This week I would like to share with you the topic of birds. The joy of watching a bird feeder is...

Thankful Outdoors: Useful Tips for Successful Shed Hunting

OnFocus – It would appear that the cold spell is over, and the thermometer is going to start rising. With the upcoming warmer weather coming,...

Thankful Outdoors: How I Process My Own Venison

Indoor Adventures Processing My Own Venison Outdoor adventures have been put on freeze due to the extreme cold temperatures that have settled into the region....

Thankful Outdoors: Remembering Boone

Submitted to OnFocus – This week’s column was going to be about things that I have done with processing my venison; that topic will be...