People are always interested in how I got my start as a "professional" hunter, so on this week's Q&A Day I explain the steps I took to get where I'm at today.
A few days ago—April 27 to be exact—Federal Premium Ammunition proudly celebrated their 90th birthday. It's great to see an American company that continues to thrive.
It's Tip Tuesday on "My Take," and today I'm going over a few key points to remember when setting up your turkey decoy spread.
It’s an epic story of sibling infighting, bitter family disagreements, prolonged court hearings, incarceration, twists, turns and high-finance judgments—and it all pivoted around an unusually massive trophy deer.
It's a breathtaking bluff-country landscape with deep valleys, meandering creeks and contour farming. It's equally rich with good folks and longtime turkey-hunting tradition. It's southwest Wisconsin. It's where I find myself each spring in late April/early May, living in a tent camp and struggling to scratch out a stubborn longbeard.
In Hot News of the Week, I discuss new legislation that allows crossbows to be used by anyone during bow season in select states. Do you think this is a good idea? Plus, you'll get a preview of what's to come this week on "My Take."
In this episode of "Turkey Hunt Public Land," Shane Simpson brings us into an exciting hunt with American military veterans who take advantage of Wisconsin's "Learn to Hunt" program.
Nearly 2 years ago I planned a red stag hunt. Finally, the long awaited trip came this spring and I packed my bags for the North Island of New Zealand, a half-hour outside of Gisborne. The country is absolutely beautiful.
T.G.I.H! Thank God I'm Hunting! This week I head to Texas to help out with the nuisance hog population using a bow … and a handgun.
Sometimes a perfect shot results in a very unexpected result. As evidence, I offer this 20-second video that was posted earlier this week on YouTube by Corbin Green, who was hunting in northern Texas. The tom nearly completes a triple backflip ... crazy!