Sherri’s Corner – Snow Birds

Every October for as long as I can remember, a group of friends has made the 16 (give or take) hour drive from Iowa to come up here and hunt ducks.  The original crew of duck hunters came up over 50 years ago and this same crew is 4th generation members of that same group […]

Read More » | February 15, 2017 | Category: Blog | Comments: none

Sherri’s Corner – Live Trapping

The best time to catch pests such as raccoons and skunks is in the spring and fall before they have had their young  or before they become less active when it gets cold out.  I took advantage of some nice fall weather this year and caught a few raccoons and a couple skunks.  My favourite […]

Read More » | January 31, 2017 | Category: Blog, Sherri's Corner | Comments: none

Morgan’s Corner – Gary Hunt

Hunting is a place where I can actually sit in peace and quite and reflect on life. Its my time to be alone with God, and to really sit and pray, sometimes when hunting i turn my phone off. When you start to disconnect with the internet and Social media it really does wonders in […]

Read More » | January 27, 2017 | Category: Blog, Duck Hunting, Morgan's Corner | Comments: none

Morgan’s Corner – My first Buck

The moment you have been waiting for….your first buck. My experience wasn’t drastic or as suspenseful as some, it wasn’t countless hours spending in the off season setting food plots or trail cams, finding scrapes, and bedding areas. It was being at the right place at the right time. I remember the day perfectly, I […]

Read More » | January 21, 2017 | Category: Blog, Deer hunting, Morgan's Corner | Comments: none

Morgan’s Corner – The Early Bird

“But love of the wilderness is more than a hunger for what is always beyond reach; it is also an expression of loyalty to the earth which bore us and sustains us, the only home we shall ever know, the only paradise we ever need – if only we had eyes to see.”, Edward Abbey. […]

Read More » | January 17, 2017 | Category: Blog, Morgan's Corner | Comments: none

Sherri’s Corner – B&C Memories

Question:  Who defines what a “trophy” deer is?  Who has the right to tell you if your deer is big enough or tall enough or wide enough? Answer:  No one! My absolute biggest pet peeve when people post hunting pictures is the comments of “It’s not the biggest deer….”  “I only had 2 days to […]

Read More » | January 10, 2017 | Category: Blog, Sherri's Corner | Comments: none

Sherri’s Corner – Posing Porcupine

I decided to take a few minutes and tell the story of my most recent Queens of Camo Calendar picture, it’s me behind a very alive and well porcupine.   I received a few comments when  I first posted this picture to social media including: “What happened after the picture?” (with the accusation that I […]

Read More » | January 5, 2017 | Category: Blog | Comments: none

Sherri’s Corner – Shared Excitement

It’s been 6 years since my brother  James and I were lucky enough to draw a Saskatchewan moose tag (Sidenote:  we were skunked in 2010!)  The early season opened the first week in October when the weather was entirely too warm to be out hunting,  we went anyway.  The season shut down just in time for […]

Read More » | December 31, 2016 | Category: Blog | Comments: 1

Tayla’s Corner – How to do a Skull Dip

Thinking of how to mount your deer could be a difficult decision. Full shoulder mounts, as wonderful as they can be are very expensive. The cheaper route would be to go with a european mount and dipping the skull can add a decorative flare. The process is very easy and fun as well. All you […]

Read More » | December 29, 2016 | Category: Blog, Tayla's Corner | Comments: none

Steph’s Corner – First Deer Hunt

This was my first deer hunt, which was last year. It was the most fun hunting experience I’ve had! Usually I’m hunting upland birds, but this hunt was special. So why was this special? Well, first off, it was my first time using a crossbow. I absolutely loved learning to use it, and practicing! Every […]

Read More » | December 27, 2016 | Category: Blog, Deer hunting | Comments: none