When the first snow falls upon the North Country, it becomes the most magical time of the year as the fall colors give way to the brilliant white of the day and the deep dark of the night.
Superior snows are heavy at night. You can expect upwards of twenty feet per year falling from the sky, covering the forest like a white blanket, scintillating in the sun by morning. Each year this once lush forest transforms into the Great White North, making Authentic Boar Hunting Adventure one to not miss this magical season.
Spot & Stalk is a fun way to seek out the Beast of the Forest. The early mornings typically hold silent powder piled and drifted along the trails. This is ideal for sneaking through the forest unheard so you can spot movement, the key to unraveling the right trail that will lead you to the Beast. This is the way Hunter Miles Sandy perused his Genuine Boar during his winter Authentic Boar Hunting Adventure.
Miles was in search of Genuine Boar. He came over from Australia to Bear Mountain, joined with him his friend Ken Kempa, to find their Beast. They experienced first hand the winter Hunt the North Country has to offer.
Shooting lanes in the winter at Bear Mountain are special. Unlike other seasons, the Beast leaves behind fresh tracks in the snow for you to follow through the maze of the Ceder Forest.
Working back out to the edge of the hardwoods allows you to become invisible to the Beast. They see movement but have a challenging time distinguishing you from the tall Ceders.This is a great time to practice spot and stalk techniques and become one with the trees.
Though whitetails are fun and popular to hunt in the North Country, Hunters, like Miles, came for bigger, better game than this buck.
The winters here by the Great Lake Superior can be harsh. Degrees dropping below 0 with wind chill, but you will stay warm when you are on the prowl. Dressed properly, once you spot your prey, the adrenaline starts pumping and your blood begins to boil as all you can think about is perusing Your Genuine Boar of Bear Mountain.
Like whitetail deer, Bull Elk are native to Michigan, thriving even in the snow and cold. It is amazing how they can slip silently through the forest with such massive antlers, yet another amazing creature you will be sure to see on your Adventure in the Great Northern Woods.
Finally, after following the fresh tracks the Boars left behind for you, you have found the Beasts straight ahead, still cutting through the maze of the Forest.
The sneak is just the beginning. Once you’ve found your boars, picking out the Biggest, Baddest Beast is when the real fun begins.
Because the sun leaves us quickly this time of year, the darkening of the forest can call for fast action. Once the sky is lit up with the pinks and oranges of the winter’s sun, you know your time is running low. You must peruse your boar. Your time is Now.
Now that you have chosen your Boar, You have become the Hunter, taking your Beast to the ground of the white powder.
There is no time for Squirreling around… Your hunt isn’t over yet.
Hunting at Bear Mountain allows you to stay a little longer at the edge of darkness and you may become known as a Master Beast Slayer. It is time to take just one more.
And the Biggest Beast of them all is down. All hail the Beast Slayer!
It’s now time to leave the dark forest behind and enter the warmth and comfort of Bear Mountain Lodge. Here in the Bad Bears Den, glasses are lifted high in salute and stories are told of the great adventures of man vs. beast.
Don’t let life pass you by. Live this story and come stay as my personal guest at Bear Mountain Lodge and I’ll help you plan your Authentic Boar Hunting Adventure.
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