2,509 acre Recreational/Timber Property only $2,192/acre

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Ruger’s Tricked-Out 10/22 Video Contest 7-15-2016

Ruger’s Tricked-Out 10/22 Video Contest   Have you “tricked out” your Ruger® 10/22®? Enter the Ruger® 10/22® Video Contest today and show the world what you have done to transform your 10/22® into a “tricked out” model! Start by recording a brief video showing your “tricked out” 10/22® rifle. Describe what you did to customize your 10/22® and explain the value that each new part provides. Be sure to present information in a way that allows viewers to both appreciate your work and replicate your specific 10/22® configuration. Next, post the video to your Facebook®, YouTube® or Vimeo® account. Finally, … Continue reading Ruger’s Tricked-Out 10/22 Video Contest 7-15-2016

State to Close Mazomanie Beach Public Access Effective Immediately 2-28-2016

NEWS RELEASE Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources 101 S Webster, P.O. Box 7921, Madison, WI  53707 Phone:  608-267-2773    TDD:  711 dnr.wi.gov    www.wisconsin.gov     DATE:   March 8, 2016   CONTACT:  Brian Hefty, 608-275-3214 http://dnr.wi.gov/news/releases/article/?id=3881   SUBJECT:  State to close Mazomanie Beach public access effective immediately   Draft master plan calls for improvements to attract broader use of area MADISON – Mazomanie Beach, or Mazo Beach as it is widely known, located in the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway about 6 miles southwest of Sauk City on the south side of the Wisconsin River, will be closed to public use beginning immediately, … Continue reading State to Close Mazomanie Beach Public Access Effective Immediately 2-28-2016

News from Kirkpatrick Wildlife Photography 2-1-2016

Extreme  Exposures  Dispatches from Kirkpatrick Wildlife Photography    Vol. 5   No. 1 January 2016 Visit Our Website   Bye-Bye 2015   2015 was a year of new and improved photo challenges and opportunities. The year brought the mating alligators I photographed in the spring, the first time I have ever seen ‘gators loving it up in the wild. 2015 offered beautiful terns with whom I shared the sunrise in Quebec, the friendly hoary marmot perched atop a mountain in British Columbia, and of course, the majestic white-tailed deer that haunt the woodlands of the Magnolia State.  I invite you … Continue reading News from Kirkpatrick Wildlife Photography 2-1-2016

Angler Builds Cannon to Launch Bait 300 Yards, Great White Attacks Research Drone, “Hail Mary” Hunts 12-16-2015

Monday, December 14, 2015       Video: Angler Builds Cannon to Launch Bait 300 Yards OutdoorHub ReportersStruggling to get some extra distance out of your cast? Maybe a pneumatic cannon can help. This wild contraption called the Blaster Bait Caster uses compressed air to launch bait much further than is typically possible with a rod alone. The creators claim that the device can shoot a frozen piece… More » Video: Great White Shark Attacks Research Drone OutdoorHub ReportersIt looks like humans aren’t the only ones concerned with drone intrusions. A team from the Oceanographic Systems Lab at the Woods Hole Oceanographic … Continue reading Angler Builds Cannon to Launch Bait 300 Yards, Great White Attacks Research Drone, “Hail Mary” Hunts 12-16-2015

Barg Family Donates 80 Acres in Adams County for Public Recreation 12-13-2015

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources 101 S Webster, P.O. Box 7921, Madison, WI  53707 Phone:  608-267-2773    TDD:  711 dnr.wi.gov    www.wisconsin.gov   DATE:   December 9, 2015 CONTACT:  Doug Haag, deputy director DNR Division of Lands, 608-266-2136 SUBJECT:  Barg family donates 80 acres in Adams County for public recreation http://dnr.wi.gov/news/releases/article/?id=3797 MADISON – The public will have additional land available for outdoor recreation in Adams County thanks to the donation of 80 acres [PDF] to the Department of Natural Resources that the state Natural Resources Board accepted at its December meeting in Madison. James T. Barg donated the 80.21-acre parcel located in the … Continue reading Barg Family Donates 80 Acres in Adams County for Public Recreation 12-13-2015

Madison Audubon Adds 96 Acres to Faville Sanctuary 11-20-2015 12-11-2015

Birds and other wildlife will find more refuge with the addition of 96 acres to Madison Audubon Society’s Faville Grove Sanctuary north of Lake Mills. The recently purchased land at Faville Grove Sanctuary includes an isolated wetland with open water and floating bog, as well as oak woods, savanna and cropland. Over the next several years, Madison Audubon volunteers, staff and interns will control invasive species in the woodlands and wetland and will restore the cropland to a diverse array of prairie plants. The restoration work will improve and expand habitat for native grassland birds, waterfowl, animals and insects, and … Continue reading Madison Audubon Adds 96 Acres to Faville Sanctuary 11-20-2015 12-11-2015

Ice Baits for Bass, Foul-hook Stink Stunk, New Baits News 10-9-2015

Today’s Top 5  Ice-fishin’ baits for bass.   That’s right — why not? You think the dropshot was invented for bassin’? Nope. Couple cool thangs: #1: That’s the Rapala Jigging Rap, which Jacob Wheeler actually fished in the last Bassmaster Classic. Brandon Palaniuk has fished it in derbies too, and here’s the kicker: Tackle Warehouse carries it. Why do you think that is? It’s a huge “secret” in MN and WI — time for bassers in other states to get in on it. #2: Ran across this Crank Weight t’other day, could lead to some cool spoon/roadrunner alternatives: Foul-hook stink: … Continue reading Ice Baits for Bass, Foul-hook Stink Stunk, New Baits News 10-9-2015

Sportsmen’s Alliance Joins Wild Harvest Initiative 9-4-2015 9-14-2015

  Sportsmen’s Alliance Joins Wild Harvest InitiativeThe Sportsmen’s Alliance has joined forces with Conservation Visions, Inc. on a groundbreaking new scientific project to quantify the annual wild protein harvest from hunting and fishing in the US and Canada.“For the Sportsmen’s Alliance, protecting hunting and fishing includes contributing to research that highlights the roles of hunting and fishing in food security.  Seldom is it acknowledged that the activities of hunting and fishing produce local, organic, injection-free protein, in addition to all the human health benefits of being active outdoors” said President and CEO of Sportsmen’s Alliance, Nick Pinizzotto. “We pride ourselves … Continue reading Sportsmen’s Alliance Joins Wild Harvest Initiative 9-4-2015 9-14-2015