Warm Weather Shuts Down Hunt

Warm weather has really shut us down here in northeast WI. Highs this week will be
in the 70s, with lows in the 50s. Not good for seeing big deer on their feet. That
being said, however, I saw my first bonafide “shooter” of the year on Saturday. He
was in a bachelor group with two yearling bucks, which was quite odd. I only saw him
for a minute at about 80 yards out. If I had to guess I’d say he was a 3-1/2 year
old 10 pointer, but that was through brush and thicker cover. Still enough to get
me excited. About 20 minutes later, I spied a “first” for me here in this part of
WI … a black bear. Actually had to do a double-take on that, because I have never
seen a bear while bow-hunting. The bear was about the size of a black Lab, which my
buddy says indicates it was probably a yearling. It was merely walking through the
woods eating acorns, from what I can only assume. A trophy sighting in my book, no

No big buck photos to share this morning, although we have heard of a 160-class buck
being taken this weekend not far from Iola. Will post the pic as soon as I get it.
–Dan Schmidt

One thought on “Warm Weather Shuts Down Hunt

  1. suppressed@unknown.org

    It is recrd high here in the the south i ve been hunting in MS. I got 8 pictures of an 10 pointer and an pointer in one day and then pictures of them in the same spot for 3 days. This morning i went hunting and the big one snuck up on me nd winded me. It was about 10 yards away and it winded me. It ran abbout 50 yards and stopped looked at me fo about 5 min. I dont know exactly what to do becasue i think it may hve truned it noturnal?Posted by: JDS

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