Brandon Wikman's  Field Journal
Bio:

Brandon is an accomplished outdoor writer and outdoor personality. He writes for several local, state and national outdoor magazines and stresses his stories with a young hunters perspective, while co-hosting the nationally acclaimed television show on the Outdoor Channel called, The Next Generation.

When hunting season is over, Brandon sharpens his turkey calling skills by competing in Turkey Calling Competitions. He is a 3-time Iowa Intermediate Champ, and has finished third or better in each of the seven events held around Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa.

Brandon is a full-time student at the University of Eau Claire Wisconsin. He is studying Advertising and Public Relations.

During the summer, in between making appearances, Wikman has developed a unique camp for kids, called “Wik’s World Outdoors Camp.” This kid-friendly school initializes the key components of what it takes to be a teenage hunter and demonstrates the ethics, morals and, most of all, fun that the outdoors has to offer. From learning the basics of scouting for whitetail to shooting a bow, Wikman’s camp is in a “generation” of its own!



Make the Most of Summer -06/07/2013
Summer seems to strike a golden chord with savvy archers awaiting the opener. It is a time when we prep ourselves mentally and physically for the dawning of a new season that lies only months ahead. O ...
5-Steps to Plant Food Plots -05/02/2013
The art of planting food plots for wildlife has become an integral part of today’s outdoor enthusiast. Hunters from across the country find passion in providing a buffet of protein and carbohydrate ri ...
Game Nutrition Plan -05/01/2013
As velvet covered antlers begin sprouting like fresh wildflowers across the country, there’s no better time than now to begin assisting the health of your whitetail herd through rich nutrient based di ...
Whitetail Eating Etiquette -04/09/2013
Whitetail deer are notorious for all out feasting – especially if you consider that they consume about 5 to 8 pounds of food for every 100 pounds of body weight, per day. I think it is crucial that ev ...
Mid-Morning Turkey Tip -04/02/2013
Flocks of turkey enthusiasts have always been taught to wake with the moon and hunt until slightly after sunrise. This has been the staple idea for years on end for most bird hunting communities. Howe ...
Food Plot Basics -04/01/2013
Wildlife food plots are a key part of building bigger and healthier animals. Whether you are planting chicory, alfalfa, clover, or perhaps turnips, you must know that a plant must have an assortment o ...
Mother Nature’s Medicine -02/26/2013
Some people find escape and diversion from everyday life in material items. They discover a single flare of content with simple tangible goods, but soon realize that their fate is left in shreds of mo ...
Trail Camera And Shed Hunting -02/25/2013
The month of February is a great month to begin shed hunting for those prized antlers we’ve been chasing for months. As many hunters begin pulling there trail cameras down for the season – mine are st ...
‘Shedding’ Light -01/23/2013
Gathering ordinary items has never been a serious fad of his. Collecting rare coins, ancient stamps and varieties of old books doesn’t compare to the allure that motivates him to seek the priceless an ...
Cold Weather Gear -01/10/2013
By the looks across the Midwest; snow, ice, and nasty cold weather looms. It is finally officially, late season. Like it or not it’s chilly, bitter, and almost mind numbing. As a hunter, you need to k ...
Whitetail Winter Wonderland -01/02/2013
Bone-busting air has escaped the arctic of northern Canada and choked the upper Midwest with a frosty blanket of ice. Much of the northern part of the country is sporting negative temperatures with bl ...
Outfitter Spotlight – Buffalo County, Wisconsin & SE Minnesota’s Schuhter’s Outpost -09/12/2012
In today’s outfitter swindling of get-rich-quick mentality coupled with amplifying quantity versus quality has forged a weld on the wallet of several thousand hard-working hunters in search for a legi ...
Using Your Property’s Terrain To Kill Big Bucks -07/24/2012
As we continue to unravel the mystical world of whitetail, we learn more about whitetail travel routes and how the general characteristics of a property parlay in their seasonal routines. Funnels ar ...
Trail Cameras & Scent -07/13/2012
The simple shutter of a trail camera documenting the perplexing life of a deer is truly extraordinary. Gaining any edge of insight against the opposition will amplify your success, but you must realiz ...
Whitetail Waterholes Work -07/02/2012
You’ve got your food plots planted, trail cameras snapping away, and early season scouting tactics tackled. Now what? The popularity of whitetail waterholes has boosted the success of antler crazed ...
Whitetail Eating Etiquette -06/22/2012
Whitetail deer are notorious for all out feasting – especially if you consider that they consume about 5 to 8 pounds of food for every 100 pounds of body weight, per day. I think it is crucial that ev ...
Perfecting Your Bowhunting Practice -06/07/2012
Practice doesn’t make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect. Improving your archery skills to a higher level takes time, effort, and focus. The summer is a perfect time to break out your bow, set ou ...
Trail Camera Uses -05/31/2012
It is no surprise that trail cameras are a wildly popular way to scout and capture candid snapshots of animals in the forest and field. In fact, some outdoor junkies simply swear by them. Trail camera ...
A Camera’s Killer Sense -05/10/2012
Trail-camera pictures clutter my computer’s desktop and congest my electronic photo library. Thousands of whitetail pictures filed into hundreds of archived folders, which are then saved to several su ...
A Fresh Start -05/03/2012
As the season thaws with spring’s reviving warmth, winter has become a simple memory. We are left with frozen fragments of fond memories clung to our heart and soul. A compilation of brilliant past ti ...

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