• The wit and wisdom of Red Green. • Win a TV pheasant hunt with country star Kristy Lee Cook. • Previews of the Icebreaker 5 Sports Show and the Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo.
• Dan reports on last weekend's Madison Fishing Expo. • Jeff gets in a couple more days of ice fishing.
Results for POLL s509 Should the Youth Hunt, Learn to Hunt and Mentored Hunt be consolidated into one New Hunter Opportunity with one set of rules? YES 33% | NO 50% | MAYBE 8% | UNDECIDED 0% | OTHER 8% IMPRESSIONS: 407 | RESPONSES: 12 | COMMENTS: 3
Background: Wisconsin bowhunters registered more than 41,000 bucks last season. That's the fourth highest total on record and just about half the total number of bucks taken by gun hunters last year. Bowhunters continue to score on bucks, even when gun hunters struggle. Read the complete story...
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country recording artist and host of Goin' Country on the Versus Network, talks about her new hunting show and tells listeners how they can win a chance to hunt with her on TV at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show.
of Dodgeville, Wisconsin, shares a preview of his seminar on how to use trail cameras in scouting for deer, to be presented at the Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo in Madison, April 9-11.
director of Icebreaker 5, talks about this free sports show at Channel Cat's in Fremont, Wisconsin March 12-14.
Looking for ice fishing contests? Find them all online.
Mar. 5: Red Cedar Chapter of Pheasants Forever 20th anniversary banquet, Dunn County Fish and Game. Lots of nice guns and a multitude of other prizes. Banquet and others Online Info:Contact: Jim Lewis 715-688-9101
Mar. 5-7: Southeast Wisconsin Fishing & Hunting Expo, Olympia Resort, Oconomowoc. Online Info:
Mar. 10: Larry Smith seminar Green Bay Walleyes, Walleyes Unlimited meeting, 7:00 p.m., Root River Lanes, 7220 W. Rawson Ave., Franklin, WI. Guest fee: $5. Online info:
Mar. 10-14: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show, State Fair Park. Dan Small will present seminars on decoying, rattling and calling trophy whitetails (Sat. Mar. 13, 1 p.m.) and Spring Turkey Hunting Myths & Methods (Sun., Mar. 14, 1 p.m.). Red Green Look-Alike Contest daily in the Family Adventure Pavilion. Online Info:
Mar. 11: Racine County Chapter of Pheasants Forever banquet, 5:00 p.m. South Hills Country Club, Franksville, WI. Online info:Contact: Jerry Uick, 262-886-9308
Mar. 12-13: Wisconsin Chapter of Safari Club International Hunter's Expo. Wyndham Milwaukee Airport Hotel. Free and open to the public. Live auction 1:00 p.m. Sat. Seminars 11: a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sat. Online Info: Contact: 262-437-0097
Mar. 12-14: Icebreaker V, Channel Cats/Fremont Event Center, Fremont, WI. Free sports show and seminars featuring: Daryl Christensen, Steve Worrall, Axl Ehrke, Tony Puccio, Mike Gofron, Chase Parsons and more. Online info:Contact: Joel Kunz, 920-250-0842
Mar. 19: New Berlin Chapter Wisconsin Waterfowl Association 21st annual banquet, 5:00 p.m., Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield Hotel, 375 South Moorland Rd., Brookfield. Online info: Contact: 262-786-1100
Mar. 20: Sonar and GPS Training Class, Okauchee Fishing Club, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Knights of Columbus Hall, 1800 S. 92nd St., West Allis, WI. Online info:Contact: Glen Furst, 262-613-9222
Mar. 20: Wild Game Feast, Kenosha Bible Church, 5405 67th St., Kenosha, 2:00-8:00 p.m. Seminars by Dan Small (steelhead fishing & turkey hunting), Jim Tostrud (Lake Geneva, local fishing hotspots), Tracy Breen (big game hunting). Keynote by Tracy Breen: Big Game On a Budget. Dog training, fly-fishing demos, taxidermy display, raffles, silent auction, door prizes. Tickets on sale until Mar. 13: adults - $10, kids 4-11 - $5. Online Info:Contact: Kenosha Bible Church office, 262-652-4507
March 20: Sportsmen's Banquet, Hartland Faith Baptist Church, 780 Tenney Ave., Hartland, 4-6 p.m. Gary Anderson keynote speaker on turkey calling, knife sharpening by the Sharp Brothers. Door prizes include rifles and a Mathews Mission bow. No charge, but pre-registration is requested.Online Info:
Mar. 26-28: Wisconsin Big Buck Classic, Chula Vista Resort, Wisconsin Dells. Online info:Contact: Tina Itson, email@example.com, 866-382-4852 x5924
Mar. 27: 10th Annual Watertown Area Outdoor Expo & Wild Game Feed, Calvary Baptist Church, 792 Milford St., Watertown, WI. 12-7 p.m. Seminars on sausage making, taxidermy, fly tying, turkey & duck calling, trapping, reloading & more. Online Info:Contact: Mary Sielaff, 920-988-4315
Wisconsin Deer Management Information Meetings Scheduled
MADISON – Anyone interested in deer in Wisconsin will have a chance to get the most up to date deer management unit information in a series of deer management unit public information meetings across the state in March. Topics will include: the importance of a healthy, sustainable deer herd; increasing hunter participation; and new deer research initiatives. Local wildlife biologists will be on hand at each meeting to provide information and answer questions.
“These meetings are intended to inform hunters and others about Wisconsin deer management, and how it is applied in the local management units where they hunt, live or recreate,” said Keith Warnke, big game ecologist for the Department of Natural Resources. “These meetings will have formal presentations by local DNR wildlife biologists, followed by a question and answer period. Some meetings may also have an open house format, allowing folks to stop in anytime over a two hour period before the presentation.”
All meetings will open with a 15-minute video hosted by Scott Craven of the University of Wisconsin who leads an informal round table discussion on emerging harvest patterns, unit-specific management, hunter surveys and a CWD update. Attendees will also learn about preliminary deer population estimates, possible deer hunting season structures for 2010, and unit level CWD status and historical perspectives of deer management. Some new DNR communications tools will be announced and attendees will learn more about how they can be involved in deer management projects.