Fall has really arrived and it's time to shift out of the wardrobe. Time for camo and time for warmth, and maybe some waterproofing, too.
We knew it would come but we're never quite ready for it. Maybe I will speak for myself, sorry.
Good morning! Some of you are out on stand this a.m. with bow and arrow looking for a deer and I'm sure some of you are out wandering around the woods trying to put a bead on a grouse. I hope your trip to the woods is safe and successful.
Being a part of the boat building process is very rewarding.
This is my second season running a Larson FX 2020T fishing boat and the first season for two of our other guides, Bruce Meinz and Nick Miltimore.
The other night I had a couple of hours that weren't earmarked so my son Mac and I hopped in a canoe and paddled around on a small area lake in search of giant bucket mouths.
A bucket mouth is another name for the largemouth bass.
Our bow fishing trip to the Illinois River was something else!
Ryan Dechaine, Kyle Peterson and myself road tripped over there last Wednesday, hunted/fished/filmed all day on Thursday and came home Friday.
August already? Hard to believe! It sure has felt more like September and I think the walleyes think so, too.
The fishing has really picked up and this always makes it way more fun to be on the water and our customers like it much better, too.