This Midwestern state holds many waterfowl species. Post here and read others views on Wisconsin duck hunting. From the mighty Mississippi river to the west to the great lake of Michigan on the east, WI has many different types of hunting available to hunters.
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As much as I really don't enjoy turkey hunting (except for listening to them on the roost), what else is there to talk about this time of year. If i had the cash I would go on a spring bear hunt in Canada every year instead... until then, I guess I 'll keep hunting gobble-gobbles...
I hunt an island on the WI River and not only was the weather for $hit the first and second seasons (my dad had first, I had second), but the island was under water as well. Water came down in the 4th season, and a pair of two year olds moved back and started roosting again. Wish I had taken my dad, we woulda had a double.
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Honestly never had a chance to get out this year. To many wedding and other bs along with work.
Been shootin a few carp tho.
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Had 3 with at least 12" beards at about 70 yards but didnt feel like pushing it. Fun to do in the off season.
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I've been a terrible mod. Just don't visit the Wisconsin forum like I should just due to lack of traffic.
We had a decent season. Shot five birds. My Daughter (10) shot her first bird during the youth season. Might be her last for a while? She said it was boring? OK? I guess we need more action than she had which was visual sightings of turkeys at all times? Oh well, maybe she'll be back?
I shot a nice tom on the opener between rain storms with the bow.
I shot another tom during my second season (E) with a bow in a known strutting zone.
I shot a double with a buddy on the last season (F). Only one guy to take pictures, and that was my buddy, so he took a picture with me displaying both birds.
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