Beware of scurrilous scammers who are attempting to profit by offering to sell what they purport to be lists of SCI exhibitors and members. Continue reading Scammers Offer Fake Lists Of SCI Members, Exhibitors
Following more than 22 years of elk management and reintroduction efforts, 2018 marked Wisconsin’s first managed elk hunt in state history.
Not only are a few lucky hunters enjoying this unique experience, but they are finding success, too. “As expected, hunter success has been high, and they are getting some big, mature bulls,” said Kevin Wallenfang, deer and elk ecologist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Continue reading Hunter Success High During Early Portion Of First-Ever Managed Elk Hunt In Wisconsin
Do you want to get better at sporting clays so you won’t be so embarrassed when attending a charity shoot? Do you want to get better at wingshooting because the last dove hunt you went on it took you seven boxes to harvest 15 doves? Well, everybody wants to get better and getting better means becoming more consistent and able to self-correct. Continue reading The Evolution Of Focus
Okay, I admit it. I enjoy a pint of stout. Good old Guinness really is my favorite and, perhaps behind shamrocks and leprechauns, is Ireland’s most recognized product. These days I don’t indulge very often…sometimes life lessons are painful. I’ve learned that dark beer is one of my triggers for gout. I’m careful, but when James Nolan and his team picked us up at the Dublin airport, a couple of stops seemed almost mandatory. Continue reading Guinness Lessons