President’s Message

February 8, 2017 WBHA Members, First I would like to thank all the members that made the WBHA annual spring convention a huge success. This would not happen without you and all the hard work helping sell Annual raffle tickets, plus the financial support and all the donations to the Membership and SOS Auction. Again […]

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Caslin’s Quest: The tail of her first bear

My first experience with Bear hunting took place 5 years earlier when my mom drew a Bear tag and hunted with dogs. I remember it being fun and exciting, but most of all I remember petting all the dogs after they got mom her bear. Now 5 years later mom drew another Bear tag and donated it to me because Wisconsin just past the 10 year old mentors hunting program. I was all ready to use my Crossbow, I have a heart condition that makes it so that I cannot take any recoil because a gun that kicks hard could hurt me real bad or worse. I had been practicing with my Crossbow since I got it for Christmas.

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Mike’s Bear

My son, Mike, recently participated in a disabled youth bear hunt provided by the United Special Sportsmen Alliance. Mike is 15 years old, 4 ft 7 inches tall, 64 lbs, and has both physical and learning disabilities. His hunt started Sept. 11, 2008. We left after school to go to bear camp north of Tomahawk, […]

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Learn to hunt

This past August, my son Anthony Schemenauer, who was 11 at the time, was chosen to be one of the hunters in the WI Learn to Hunt. Anthony’s mentor was Larry Paulson of Cornell. Anthony had the pleasure of getting up every morning to help bait the bear in a few different spots.

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