Hello outdoors world!
For this segment of The Willes Way I was asked to check out and review the website GUNWATCHER. With the explosion of the firearms market in recent years, there has been a serious increase in the number of websites dedicated to firearms sales. Needless to say I did not have high expectations as I have looked at several while shopping for my latest deer rifle, and found most of them to be useless and I really did not like using them. I thought they had too much going on on most of the page making them kind of hard to spend a lot of time on. I have always been a more hands on buyer, so that did not help. Continue reading Jim Willes Reviews the GunWatcher Website
It is spring time across this wonderful country. It seems that deer hunting is so far away. But I got a way to make it feel that much closer. A lot of people I have met over the years, only deer hunt during hunting seasons. Not me! I deer hunt 365 days a year! But they only let me carry a weapon during the fall months. Continue reading 5 Deer Hunting Food Plot Myths De-Bunked
Hello again outdoors world! Thanks for stopping! For the past 20+ years of my life, I have made restaurants my career. I have worked as a head chef in a few high end restaurants and have gained a high respect for the foods I put in my body. There is nothing that echoes this sentiment more than the wild game I take from the field. From the rabbits, the turkeys, pheasants and deer, it all makes for some very spiritual meals. Now being a chef I have learned how to butcher my own prime cuts of meat, subsequently, from a young age have been processing all my own harvests. Continue reading 6 Reasons to Learn How to Butcher Your Own Game
As modern hunters in a high tech world, I am sure a lot of us have a hand held GPS units that we carry when venturing into the wilderness. The handheld GPS is arguably one of the most influential innovations in the hunting industry. It has single handedly change the way we hunt. With all the good things that this technological marvel has brought us, it has its drawn backs. Continue reading Product Review: Fuse Products Mossy Oak Portable GPS Case
Hello outdoors world!
Welcome for a special installment of “The Willes Way”.
Being mid January here in the brutal Northwood’s, I am sure most of us locked up inside our houses, sitting very close to our fireplaces (or heating vents for you city folk) just trying to stay warm. It has been an extra voracious winter here in Wisconsin, and most would think it crazy to want to venture outside for longer than it takes to get to your car, our worse case scenario, the mailbox. As I sit here writing this it is -20 wind chills! So what is it that makes it worth doing more? If you ask me lots of things will be getting me outdoors very soon. So I figured I would take this time to let you know of a few of the things that make Wisconsin, a sportsman’s paradise, even in the dead of winter. Continue reading An Outdoors Report from a Wisconsin Wild