The Team had high hopes of killing one of their target bucks in the early season, unfortunately things didn't pan out quiet as well as we hoped. This webisode we show you hunts from Greg Haak, Pat Raab, and Jason Lisowe. Pat and Greg get on the board with some doe kills and Jason has some great encounters on his new lease in Illinois. Thanks for watching and enjoy!
This season we’re changing things up a bit. We’re going to attempt to produce a semi-live hunting show available only at bmgoutdoors.com. The plan is to release a short video every other week that recaps the prior week’s hunts from our team members. In the mean time you can expect real-time updates from the field via our Facebook page so be sure to follow us on their. With that being said here’s a quick glimpse of what we’ve been up to over the summer months. Thanks for watching and see you in a couple weeks!
Heading into the 2011 Wisconsin Bow Season the BMGOutdoors Crew had high expectations. Food Plots were done, tree stands were hung, trail camera pictures were in and the bows were tuned. Despite all of this some hunters were more successful than others but everyone hung in there and hunted hard. Last week you watched the success and failures of team members Greg Haak, Pat Raab and Mark Mitchell. This week for SS.2 next we show you Jason Lisowe and Brandon Hirsch. If you like what you see be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on twitter to stay up to date.
Heading into the 2011 Wisconsin Deer Season the BMGOutdoors Crew had high hopes on several trophy bucks. A major reason these bucks were able to grow this large is due to constant monitoring and management of the buck to doe ratio. Webisode Eleven: Doe Quest is a highlight reel of some of the does the crew was able to capture on film throughout the archery, rifle and muzzleloader seasons. Enjoy some quality swamp donkey slaying!
This webisode, Team Member Mark Mitchell shows you the importance of staying on top of the fresh sign in your area. Take a quick lesson on how speed scouting can help you capitalize on that giant you've been after!
With the 2011 Wisconsin Archery season less then a week away, the BMGOutdoors Team has decided to share with you our most up to date "Hit List". These are the deer that the BMGOutdoors Team Members will be chasing over the next few months. The exciting thing is that we know there are bucks bigger than this out there, and yes we have proof! Be sure to check back with us throughout the season and follow along as we hit a few bucks from our list. Enjoy.
Most hunters spend the summer months preparing their food plots, improving their land and improving their marksmanship for the long grueling season. What about preparing your body?
Hunting despite what some may think, is a grueling hobby. I’m willing to bet a lot of people can’t walk a mile through a mucky marsh in waders hulling two dozen duck decoys, shells, and a shotgun! My Team Members and I are fairly fit individuals, having run cross country and track at the collegiate level, and there are days in the field when we find ourselves hunched over, hands on our knees, with the old ticker pumping! Here are some exercises we do to make sure we are ready for the season. I’ll keep them simple; things you can do with little or no equipment.
In this webisode BMGOutdoors Team Members Mark Mitchell and Jason Lisowe give you so tips on how you can prepare yourself when it's crunch time. Where we hunt we don't have Pope and Young deer behind every tree however we do have some nice deer on trail-camera this summer. When we get that one opportunity at that giant, we want to make it count. Follow us on our journey.
Like most hunters, we don't own thousands of acres, or have access to equipment. In this webisode we want to show you how everyday hard working hunters can plant a food-plot with basic tools available to most. For a more detailed description check out this Blog!
This is the first of many webisodes to come from the BMGOutdoors Crew. In this webisode Greg Haak, Mark Mitchell, and Jason Lisowe show you how important it is to get out and get to know the bucks on your property. Like most hunters, we don't own thousands of acres, we are average hard working Midwestern people hunting one hundred percent fair chase game, except for this webisode which takes place in a park in Fond Du Lac, WI. Enjoy and be sure to check back for more from BMGOutdoors.